Looking for a classier alternative to green pints? If you're celebrating the holiday together, try mixing up a shamrock kir, a spiked green iced tea or a boozy Guinness milkshake.
Less expensive than a slice of bakery layer cake and a heck of a lot easier to make at home, the cupcake continues to maintain a strong foothold in our dessert repertoire, with alcohol-laced cupcake recipes popping up all over our favorite foodie sites.
It's that time of year when holiday cheer abounds, and more often than not it's in the form of food and drink. While we know the word "healthy" is relative when it comes to booze, there are several ways to make occasional imbibing decidedly guilt-free.
What drink should you order on your first date? We decided to leave this one up to the professionals and get some firsthand advice from a couple of bartenders who have seen it all.
Compared to most dating coaches, I have relatively few rules. However, of the rules that I do have in my book, Spin Your Web: How to Brand Yourself for Successful Online Dating, there is one that’s key to follow if you have any hope of your first date turning into something long term. Set a drinking limit BEFORE you head out on a date. It’s easy to feel a connection with someone after a few gin and tonics, but you also have to have a connection in the sobering light of day if you really want a successful relationship.
With the holidays upon us and it being a time when we get together with family and friends, I wanted to give you a way in which you can easily make other people's lives work and your own in the process. It is something that you might want to begin now and continue on a long-term basis, and that is to become a matchmaker.
Are gay and lesbian eating and drinking habits all that different from those of straight people? A marketing company called Target 10 has created an infographic depicting the eating, drinking and nightlife preferences of gays and lesbians, contrasting them with those of straight folks. Ready for some thought-provoking factoids?
Fall is here — it's getting chillier every day, at least here in New York — so why not warm things up with some hot cocktails? Whether you're planning on entertaining a date, a group of friends or just yourself, these cocktail recipes are perfect for these crisp autumn days.
Continued from episode 2 Some one touched my shoulder saying; are you coming for lunch? That touch on my shoulder sent waves through my heart thinking Becky standing on my back and asking to go for lunch. I answered yes in a very enthusiastic way but all this was drown away when I saw it was not Becky on the back.
With May just around the corner, we are dusting off our silk gloves and delicate hats in preparation for the Kentucky Derby. If you are like us and will not have the pleasure of watching the races live this year, fear not. There are plenty of ways to bring the rowdy Derby fun to your dating life.
Devotees of the Shamrock Shake from the Golden Arches will be thrilled since the St. Patty’s Day season is nigh. Word has it that these bright green, mint flavored shakes, which first appeared at McDonald’s in 1970 to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, decades later have amassed a cult-like following of "think green shakers" sharing their adoration for the Shamrock Shake.
Feb. 21 is Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras, traditionally the time to have one big ole party before the 40 days of Lent. If you're planning to celebrate, we have some tips on how to party in style, including a few cocktail recipes culled from around the web.
Whether it's Christmas and you're under the mistletoe or the clock is striking midnight on New Year's Eve, he'll want to kiss you if you mix up one of these recipes we just discovered.