A Salty Lassi is a great alternative to the alcoholic beverages during the summer and you can flavor it with any spice you want.
Choosing an organic/biodynamic wine can be daunting due to the multitude of labeling permutations in the eco-conscious arena.
The spices used in this drink give an irresistible flavour and fragrance, but also also add warmth to the apple juice.
After a week of these vibrant green drinks for breakfast, Carly DeFilippo can attest that they’re energy in a cup.
Bill Walsh samples Starbucks Indivisble to find a decent coffee from a mass producer.
Bill Walsh finds a great coffee experience at Rustica Bakery in his travels in the Twin Cities.
Rich creamy Avocado Shake served with chocolate syrup dripped on the side of the glass.
Bourbon and cherries love each other, and citrus juice and a bit of fizz make this more summery than its Manhattan kin.
White wines and summer go together beautifully. There’s nothing like a chilled glass of the stuff on a hot day.
Welcome to the first installment of the new Honest Cooking column, Fresh Press with The Crush. A wine column for pros and amateurs alike.
A refreshing summer drink with the added bonus of powerful health benefits.
Although served in an English tea-cup, Nikki Vivian shares her perfected version of Moroccan Mint Tea.
These classic cheese and wine pairings are popular because they really complement one another perfectly.
A refreshing watermelon cucumber drink for those hot hot hot summer days.
If it’s really time to only drink refreshing chilled wines, let’s go all the way with it. Let’s make some wine popsicles.
SAIA, a modern Southeast Asian restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, serves up two patriot-styled 4th of July cocktails.
The Makers Mark Margarita Rita-Rita is named after Rita Cote, owner of the Tanque Verde Ranch in Tucson, AZ.
Snooth.com with six outstanding and generally affordable French wines that deliver remarkable value by being the best of their class.
Gregory Dal Piaz from Snooth with a list of 7 unusual wines that match perfectly with all kinds of pork.
Bourbon, lemonade, ginger, and mint – a perfect drink to sip on a lazy summer evening.
Bill Walsh finds a good coffee in One Village Coffee’s Rwanda Gatare Station Bourbon.
As the weather warms up, Patty Price finds herself turning to the blender to whip up a fresh cooling smoothie for breakfast.
Kathy Bechtel explores the wines of Cantina Tramin on the Sudtirol Wine Road in Italy.
Cherry pie gets an update with the fruit’s sour counterpart, perfected for summer with a cold wheat ale.
What are his tips for anyone who wants to break into the world of craft beer? Jackie Dodd sits down with the king of Los Angeles Craft Beer.
The lovelies over at Snooth came up with a great mini guide to delicious Italian white wines you need to try.
Although Italian and French wines often play the main role, Portuguese wines are not be outdone in terms of quality, variety and taste.
Our friends over at Snooth have compiled a list of 8 wines that are great for summer dining and picnics.
Sure you could just drink coffee, but you can also use it to add flavor when grilling. Here’s Mike Crimmin’s caffeinated London Broil recipe.
To see if there’s any merit to reusable k-cups, Bill takes the Ekobrew for a spin.
Our friends over at Snooth takes us on a trip through Portugal to get us excited about discovering the country’s great vinous treasures.
As the temperature is rising, you’ll need to reserve one hand for a sweet cup of this homemade ice cream, and the other for a brisk brew.
In the Middle-East and Mediterranean, yogurt is a staple as an ingredient in cooling drinks.
A wonderfully refreshing summer drink that can be served both virgin, and with a slight kick.
Bill makes a pleasant visit to Chicago coffee roaster and cafe Asado Coffee.
And as we begin to celebrate summer with grills and backyards and whatnots, why not prepare yourself with a refreshing summery cocktail?
Although some beer purist maintain that mixing a beer with anything other than a cold glass is sheer blasphemy, the trend is catching on.
Gregory Dal Piaz from our friends over at Snooth.com with a list of 8 must-try wines from Chile.
Tamara Novacoviç with a great and refreshing way to start your day.
As the temperatures rise; a refreshing drink is the way to chill. Mix the sweetness of berries, tanginess of lemon with freshness of mint to create the perfect cooler.
Coupling favorites in the world of citrus, the Meyer lemon and the Clementine. For a smoother Citric Experience.
Sweetened, dried currants are blanketed with a flaky pastry in this traditional family recipe, paired with its perfect carbonated counterpart.
Celebrate the British May bank holiday weekend by serving a refreshing Pimm’s No. 1 Cup Cocktail.
Our coffe tester Bill Walsh runs into Bull Run Roasting Co in Minneapolis.
This is a divine blend of omega 3’s, antioxidants, fiber from flax seeds and raw, pure cacao powder.
This flavored milk is a combination of nutritious seven grains, vitamins and protein packed nuts.
Kathy Bechtel takes us on a wine tour of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region in Italy.
Stable yourself for a moving coffee experience at San Fransisco’s Stable Café.
Some might call drinking a Singapore Sling at the Raffles Hotel is “touristy”. Marissa Sertich calls it “festive”.
Bill banks on Alaska Coffee Roasting Co. – a Fairbanks original and finds it splendid.
A classic taken to a whole new dimension of deliciousness for the springtime holidays.
With times a changing, Indians are looking for wines that go well with Indian food. Rinku Bhattacharya with a tip.
Refreshing instant Iced Coffee. For lazy-bones. No grinding or soaking required.
Tiger Beer was the first locally brewed beer in Singapore. To this day, it still rules the night.
Mandy Baca interviews Jonathan Cristaldi from the wine website The Noble Rot.
Bill comes across a tasty Costa Rican coffee from Rev Coffee Roasters.
Bill finds a nice respite for coffee at the Flying Squirrel Bakery Café in Alaska’s quaint village of Talkeetna.
Suzie Castello with an Irish inspired Brazilian bread. Or is it the other way around?
Tamara Novacoviç on how to make that favorful and delicious adult coffee.