Sangria just calls out for experimentation, and there’s no reason to feel tethered to a ho-hum mix of wine and fruit. In this fruity- but-bitter rendition, Dorothy Elizabeth of Straylight in New York brings out the juicy flavors of Sauvignon Blanc by adding fresh grapefruit juice and citrusy Aperol, bracing Campari, and rich Italian vermouth.
When it comes to one of the more ubiquitous portmanteaus in cocktails— frosé, aka frozen rosé—summertime is the right time to break out the blender.
We learned a ton from Amy Stewart, author of The Drunken Botanist, when she was a guest on The Food Schmooze®. Listen to the show now to discover the origins of some of your favorite spirits. Negroni fans will love the variation called the Ciao Bella (courtesy of Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, a division […]
All you need are popsicle molds or ice cube trays for this winning recipe, inspired by our pals at the Food Network magazine. But I’ve added a little something because I adore the Italian liquer, Campari, widely available here, paired with grapefruit juice; I order that combination before dinner all summer long. — FM Photo: […]
If you like Campari, it’s featured in this cocktail along with Cointreau, fresh lemon juice, gin and sparkling wine. The bubbles lift the mix to make it a fun drink to serve at brunch. Its creator is Ted Kilgore.
Here’s a refreshing glass of summer in Italy, the perfect sparkler to make your guests hungry for food. All you need is the widely available Italian liquer, Aperol, and a blood orange.