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Seven Drinks I’ve Made that You Probably Have No Interest in Trying

I consider myself a novice mixologist. Of course, by “novice”, I mean “terrible”, and by “mixologist”, I mean “person to make your next drink”. This is because of my sense of adventure and complete disregard for recipes. For all the bad, hurtful things you can say about my creations, though, I’ve never made one I didn’t finish myself. So for your reading pleasure, here are seven of my worst: 1. Beer ‘n Wine – Great as a corner store. Terrible as a drink. And just in case you’re giving me the benefit of the doubt, you shouldn’t. This was no Black Velvet (A take on the Black and Tan that replaces the pale ale with champagne). We’re talking one part light beer, one part red wine, two parts grossest vom I’ve ever had. 2. Whiskey Monster – Ooh! This sounds like a fun drink, or at least creatively named! A… Read More »

Boozy Thanksgiving Turkey

By , November 24, 2009 in cooking, Vodka

Thanksgiving is just about upon us. With it comes lots of time with family and with that comes lots of reasons to drink. If you agree with me on this, then here is the thanksgiving turkey for us. O’Casey’s Tavern in New York serves a vodka infuse, vodka basted turkey with vodka gravy with a side of, you guessed it, vodka with a straw. The 80 proof bird goes for $29.95 and that includes a cab ride to anywhere in Manhattan. thanksgiving turkey vodka