9 Apple Recipes to Try This Fall

9 apple recipes to try this fall

Harvest season is here once again for apples. The tried and true staple is ready for all sorts of applications… apple butter, apple sauce, apple pizza. Yes, that’s right, apple pizza. We’ve gathered 9 apple recipes to try this fall to give you a wide variety of options. Here you will find some of our […]

Day of the Dead – Cupcakes and Cocktails

arroz con leche cupcake recipe

Add a little life to your Day of the Dead celebration with a cocktail party. We have everything you need to put you on the right track with two new recipes – Arroz con Leche Cupcakes and Tequila Sunrise Mimosas. Not only are they pretty, but super tasty, too. The cupcakes are moist and delicious […]

Next Morning Cocktail: Gazpacho Bloody Mary

gazpacho bloody mary recipe

Ah, yes… the morning after.You’ve had a lovely evening and perhaps a bit of al fresco dining to include a bright, delicious gazpacho… and maybe a few (or a few too many) drinks. Hopefully, you’ve saved some gazpacho for the morning after brunch. Gazpacho is the perfect base for a lively bloody mary. The fresh […]

New Year’s Eve Cocktail: Ginger Pear Champagne

ginger pear chamagne cocktail recipe

Ah, 2015… that was a good year. As this chapter comes to a close, we prepare to celebrate all it entailed, and all that is to come in the New Year. Raising a glass is requisite, and it usually involves champagne. This year bring a little flavor to your bubbly with a champagne cocktail. This Ginger […]

Guest Post: NYE Pajama Party Bar Cart

New Years Eve pajama party bar cart

I am pleased to welcome Miesha Jones to Today’s Nest today for a guest post. Miesha is an event planner in the DFW area. From birthday parties to casino nights, she knows how to throw a party with chic, simple elegance. Learn more about her on her site, Love Jones Design. I met Miesha for […]

Cherries Jubilee Cocktail

cherries jubilee cocktail recipe

As a food photographer and food and drink enthusiast, I believe fresh is best. However, I cannot deny that there are some things I keep in the freezer to use long after their season is over. Cherries is one of those things. National Cherries Jubilee Day is coming up later this week and I wanted […]

Cocktail of the Month: Melon Ball

melon ball cocktail recipe

With its roots deeply seated in the Studio 54 scene of the late 70s, the melon ball has established its place among our cocktail culture. This powerful drink boasts the fruity fragrance of melon and pineapple but packs a punch. The ingredients are readily accessible and the drink is simple to make. While often built […]

Cocktail of the Month: Apple Mojito

The mojito is pure refreshment. I remember my first encounter with the mojito, thinking it was too good to be true.  Mint, lime, and sparkling water bring a freshness that can’t be beat. When made properly the rum is only slightly noticed, making it a dangerous concoction for afternoons on the patio.  In an effort to […]

Cocktail of the Month: Ginger Shandy

ginger shandy recipe

Spring has sprung, and with it comes the opportunity for outdoor entertaining. Finding the right, and somewhat tame, drink to serve is a key element to an afternoon gathering or perfect brunch. The shandy offers light refreshment with just a hint of ‘spirited’ kick. The shandy is generally made of beer mixed with a soft […]

Cocktail of the Month: Sazerac

sazerac cocktail

Tasty cocktail. weird name.The Sazerac cocktail is a delightful and aromatic drink that packs a punch. While it is primarily made with rye whiskey, that wasn’t always the case. In the early days, the sazerac was made with brandy or cognac. The cognac of choice at the time in New Orleans was Sazerac de Forge […]