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Grilled Tomato and Toasted Chili Cocktail

Serious Eats Heather Meldrom 1 comment

Smoky, but not overpowering, fresh tomatoes and lime juice keep this chili-spiced cocktail bright and refreshing. It's perfect for brunch on a hot summer day. More

3 Easy Tequila Pitcher Drinks for Cinco De Mayo

Drinks Heather Meldrom 4 comments

Margaritas are undoubtedly already on your Cinco de Mayo menu, so we thought we would offer up a few other refreshing tequila-based drinks to try. All of these cocktails can be easily mixed in a big batch. More

Bitter Salty Perro

Serious Eats Heather Meldrom 4 comments

A riff on a Salty Dog, this cocktail is excellent with a 100% agave blanco tequila—or try a joven mezcal. More

Tequila and Campari with Tangerine

Serious Eats Heather Meldrom 1 comment

Tequila works surprisingly well with the bitter flavors of Campari in this easy pitcher cocktail. Añejo tequila complements the bright, sunny tangerine juice in the mix. More

Your Labor Day Weekend Drinking Guide

Drinks Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

This Labor Day, whether you're barbecuing or camping out, relaxing in the yard or entertaining a bunch of friends, you'll probably be thirsty. Consider this your one-stop shopping for drinks ideas (and recipes!) to get you through the holiday weekend. More

Drinking in Season: Raspberry and Rum Iced Tea

Drinks Kelly Carámbula Post a comment

My grilling skills may be a little rusty, but I can certainly bring a pitcher full of tasty summer drinks to the party. More

How to Make Pitcher Drinks Tastier, Less Diluted

Drinks Paul Clarke 15 comments

Pitcher drinks have a lot of appeal during the warmer months, but many recipes suffer from an excess of ingredients, or grow watery and insipid quickly. In today's Washington Post, Jason Wilson touches on a couple of points that can ensure pitcher-drink success. For example, the smaller the ice pieces, the more rapidly they'll dilute the drink generally speaking. Some dilution is desired, of course, but it's a fine line between "just right" and "too much." More

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