Stir some in your cold brew, or get a little more creative with these affogato, scone, French toast and cocktail recipes.
This citrusy, heady drink is warmth and palm-tree romance in a glass, not to mention a little lime slice of Cuban history.
Not only did the country’s most esteemed drinks historian, a Brooklyn native, write us a thoroughly researched history of the Brooklyn Cocktail, he also furnished not one but eight historical recipes for variations of the theme.
As the Greenpoint based tea atelier shows us, the beauty of tea-spiked cocktails is they are as versatile as their ingredients when it comes to melding with the seasons.
We’ve been gnawing on apples since October, but we’ll cheer ourselves up with something as golden as the sun: candied citrus peel, courtesy of those sweet girls at Liddabit.
Today’s holiday is of national scope, but make no doubt about its city of origin. Here are three egg creams you can make at home in honor of this New York soda fountain staple.
It’s juice season. Keeping it seasonal, we can’t resist the following carrot-inspired take on the Bloody Mary from the Good Eggs NYC winter cookbook.
This simple beverage from Maison Troisgros can work wonders against the February blues.
The new year seems to be coming in like a lion, which is all the more reason to greet it with an aromatic, warm and somewhat stiff drink.
We could name several favorite drinks from Maison Premiere (especially the absinthe), but are particularly taken with their “Maltese Falcon.” To get a shot of the action along with the recipe, we reached out to their bar to show us how.
Let us attest that the following recipes, along with many others in the Edible Brooklyn Cookbook, are the remedy for any cold winter evening — or any stifling summer day, for that matter.
Forget tonic water and orange juice. Alex Abbott Boyd, founder of Cocktail Crate, has created a line of mixers made of whole, fresh, local and organic ingredients that make serving cocktails much more fun.