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Sunday Suppers: Easter Brunch

We thought about going out to a fancy brunch since so many restaurants in town have Easter specials, but we called for reservations to late. Instead of eating brunch on the mezzanine we’ll be eating on the patio. Now what … Continue reading

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Bourbon Iced Teas

We always have unsweet iced tea in the refrigerator. In the summer months we can’t seem to keep enough brewed. If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you may also know that we generally have bourbon on hand. Often … Continue reading

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Spring Sipping Favorites

To us spring means strawberries and light drinks, sparkling and otherwise. Here are some of our favorites: Cucumber Coolers Strawberry Mezcaritas Grapefruit Spritzers Strawberry Mojitos Pimm’s Cup

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Sunday Suppers: Shaking Off Winter

Is your grill still covered in snow? Then maybe bookmark this one for later. Spring is in full swing down here. Don’t be jealous. By mid-April we’ll probably need to turn our AC. Artichoke Bowls Grilled Truffled Fingerling Potatoes Salmon … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: The Luck of the Irish

Because once a year we’re all part Irish, here are some great dishes to bring out your inner leprechaun. Potato Scones Baked Eggs with Black Pudding Hash Corned Beef and Cabbage Soda Bread Beef and Guinness Pie Colcannon Apple Barley … Continue reading

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Here’s to Your Health

Wondering what to drink on Saint Patrick’s Day? We’ve got some ideas. Irish Cappuccino Lucky Milkshakes Peppermint Patricks

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Homemade Irish Cream

Once again homemade is so much better than anything on the market to buy. If you make this now it will be ready for a certain Irish holiday. This recipe makes roughly 2.75 liters so have a few empty glass … Continue reading

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