Summer's coming, and we're getting ready. Here's our list of how we'll be spending our summer days!
This crab salad stuffed avocado with citrus vinaigrette is the perfect summer dish.
The Kentucky Derby is one of the shortest sporting events--and also one of the most exciting! Just because the event itself isn't long, doesn't mean you can't celebrate all day! Here are our tips for having the perfect Derby Day soiree.
The signature cocktail of the Kentucky Derby is light, refreshing, and pretty as a picture when served in the traditional silver mint julep cup. We use our silver julep cups for fresh cut flowers on our desk when it's not quite cocktail time.
Never made a Mint Julep before? The Capital Hotel Bar & Grill lets you in on the classic recipe:
(courtesy Capital Hotel Bar & Grill)
- mint sprigs
- 1 ounce simple syrup
- 2 ounces bourbon
- crushed ice
Middle two mint sprigs in 1 ounce simple syrup. Add 2 ounces bourbon. Pour over crushed ice into julep cup. Garnish with fresh mint.
The start of summer means the start of ice cream season. We like to celebrate with a scoop of Bourbon Pecan Ice Cream from Little Rock's own Loblolly Creamery (thanks to Steve Shuler of Little Rock Foodcast for the photo). We can't get enough of the flavor, so we drizzle Stonewall Kitchen Bourbon Pecan Caramel Sauce over it... so indulgent and so good!
You can only get away with wearing a big hat at the Kentucky Derby, so make sure you indulge!
Impress all your friends by throwing around such words as burgoo and knowing the difference between win, place, and show. Here's a guide to help!
Take me out to the ballgame with this pretzel recipe!
I love nothing more than to take what fruits & veggies are in season locally & use them in the kitchen. Of course, when the first crop of Arkansas blackberries showed up at the Bernice Garden Farmers' Market a few weeks ago, I just had to take advantage of the opportunity.