This is Connecticut author John E. Finn’s favorite omelet (and it’s dessert!). He says he likes it more than he likes his wife, his kids, and almost as much as he likes his dog. We hope he’s kidding! Fun fact: this boozy omelet is one of the oldest of dessert omelets, simple to make and spectacular to serve.
Here’s our party mood bath, a bowl of good cheer based on the original 1790 “Fish House Punch” recipe regularly served in Philadelphia and, who knows, a possible explanation for the brilliance of the U.S. Constitution. Careful, this Joyful Party Punch, created by our cocktail contributor Anthony DeSerio, goes down easily. We suggest this one’s […]
Our cocktail contributor Anthony DeSerio knocked us out on the show by whipping up a mouth-watering Old Fashioned, combining an aged rum with black walnut bitters, served on ice. Feel free to use whatever rum you have on hand, though Anthony, who is an ambassador for Patron, used his sponsor’s Pyrat XO Reserve aged rum. […]
From Faith: I know and fully appreciate how lucky I am—that I can call up our frequent contributor, Connecticut bartender Anthony DeSerio, and request that he make whatever’s floating around in my imagination. This time, boozy, fruit-based popsicles came to mind as an entertaining way to enjoy a cocktail with your friends; we think this could […]
Named after the west end neighborhood in Waterbury, Conn., this drink, from the Highland Brass Company, was voted Best Craft Cocktail in the 5th annual Martini Competition by Anthony DeSerio. DeSerio knows his stuff. He’s President of the United States Bartenders Guild, Connecticut Chapter.
The Gold Winner of the 5th annual Martini Competition went to Infinity Hall.