I love a good sangria, especially on a warm evening with good food and great friends. Sangria makes an ordinary meal festive.
Sangria is typically made with wine, possibly
Ingredients 1 tablespoon sprinkles 3 ounces chilled grape juice 3 ounces chilled sparking apple cider Directions Rim a cocktail glass with sprinkles by wetting a paper towel with water and rubbing it along the top of the glass. Then swirl the wet part of the glass in the sprinkles that you have piled on a […]
121 years ago this March, the first American hotel to boast electricity throughout the building and bathrooms in most guestrooms opened. It was the Waldorf Hotel in New York City, the creation of millionaire William Waldorf Astor. The Waldorf was
I had a rough go of it the other day. I attended a business dinner at a lovely restaurant and despite the continual reassurances from the chef that I would be served only gluten free recipes, I got glutenized. Unfortunately this is one of the risks we face when eating food from any place other than our own safe kitchens.
My symptoms are very much like a hang-over (or so I have heard) which is a really cruel trick as not one single drop of the exquisite wine served with dinner passed my lips. I woke up with a monster headache, feeling tired and achy and my stomach was queasy. So I did my usual in these instances, I