I'm looking for an easy, delicious cherry or cherry-blossom themed cocktail that doesn't require a ton of expensive or hard-to-find ingredients. Any suggestions?
I've recently had two pizza stones crack on me, even though I follow the instructions of keeping them under 500 degrees. Does anyone have a recommendation for a great pizza/baking stone that can withstand 475 degree temps and the occasional bread loaf mist of water?
I'm part of a rotating "heavy appetizer/cocktails" party in my building. Can someone explain what a heavy appetizer is as opposed to a regular appetizer? Any suggestions for good ones?
I'm having a cocktail party for about 18 people, and I'm trying to do it on a budget. I'm having wine and beer, and I need ideas for good/cheap foods to serve besides the basic/not creative chips 'n dip.
My friends make fun of me for eating all the chocolate off of Reece's peanut butter cups, or putting an obscene amount of olive brine in my martinis... Anyone else care to share their weird food habits?
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