In honor of St. Patrick's Day, Boston's beloved Irish pub, The Black Rose, has decided to share their secret to making the perfect homemade Guinness beef stew. This time-tested recipe has been a favorite among customers since opening of their doors in 1976 and has all the rich flavors of a traditional Irish stew updated with a delicious Guinness twist.
Companies like The Drop Wine exclusively specialize in canned wine. Founder and CEO Alexis Beechen suggests celebrating May 25 by making your own rosè Jell-O shots. These variations on a college staple are (slightly) more adult. Because who doesn't love a cool throwback?
This tart yet extremely refreshing cocktail is infused with aloe vera juice, silver tequila and bubbly BON V!V Clementine Hibiscus, perfect for your next Self Care Sunday. Now, close your eyes, sip, enter zen.Recipe courtesy of BON V!V.
Fall is one of my favorite seasons because everything starts to smell like the holidays and festive food and cocktail recipes start popping up everywhere. I recently attended Barefoot wine's "Fall for Rosé" preview, which showcased not only their rosé but also a handful of deliciously crafted Barefoot Rosé cocktails — rosé with vodka, with rum, and with brandy, all spirits that mix so well with the crisp, fruity, bright wine. My tummy does a happy dance when brands come up with tasty, simple recipes that are creative, outside the box, and big on flavor.One of my new favorites for a few reasons is Barefoot's Fall Rosé Sangria Punch. It's a mix of rosé , dark rum, maple syrup, fresh fruits, and juices. The addition of the dark rum to the wine adds a bold richness that takes the depth of flavor to another level.I also like that it's a punch, which means it's time to dust off those gorgeous punch bowls that get tucked away during the year in the bottom cupboard. In a way, a punch bowl is like a crock pot. You throw all the ingredients in and let everything combine for a bit. There's no hassle and it serves a bunch of people.If you are new to rosé, let me point out a few things. Just because it’s pink doesn’t mean it’s a girlie drink. And before anyone asks, the answer is: No, rosè is not a mix of your favorite red and white wines. The process is a bit more complicated, and yes, rosé is wine.I hope you guys enjoy the recipe as much as I do. Cheers!