Life has been busy lately. I started my last semester of college a month ago and time is flying by. Still, I’ve managed to make some time for friends and fun. My roommate and I hosted a back-to-school party a few weeks ago and I, of course, made cocktails for our guests. The weather has been so temperamental and the day of the party brought a sticky, unpleasant heat. Why doesn’t DC understand that it’s September?!
This drink, which I call the Tea-quila Twist, was the perfect way to cool down.
Since my 21st birthday, making cocktails has been one of my favorite hobbies. Usually I stick with classic cocktails, but occasionally I invent my own. This weekend I picked up a bottle of Cruzan Key Lime Rum on my walk home, invited some friends over, and my “Loconut” (a crazy good combination of lime and coconut) cocktail was born.
Sandwiches: they’re a staple in the American culinary repertoire. These handheld meals – whether we’re talking about the classics, like peanut butter and jelly, or something more innovative, like New York City’s newest obsession, the ramen burger – are beloved.
As a college student, I often turn to sandwiches as an easy midday meal. In this blog post, I’m going to talk about two of my favorites: a spiced fruit-and-cheese baguette and a twist on grilled cheese.