at-home food & beverage inspiration suggestions
Fellow foodies, take a look at what our writer, Daisy Cabrera, has put together for you! Consider this your at-home food & beverage inspiration.
How to throw a virtual cocktail party: It's time to put some "social" into your social distancing. Thanks to the wonders of technology, we can still honor the ritual, even while adhering to social distancing rules. So get ready to raise a glass—we're bringing you everything you need to throw the most spectacular virtual cocktail party of 2020.
Mix it up: 10 great Instagram pages for at-home cocktails. Cocktail culture has never been more relevant during this time of quarantine. If you’re stuck making the same uninspired gin and tonic, consider expanding your tipples repertoire by following these mixmasters for inspiration.
Easy cocktail recipes for all your virtual happy hours. Now more than ever, most of us probably need a drink to get us through the hard times. Here are a few cocktail recipes that you can show off during your next virtual happy hour.
These THREE ingredient (or less!) cocktails will be a hit for your next virtual happy hour. Now that you've eased into the practice of virtual cocktail parties/happy hour via Zoom or FaceTime to connect with those you can't share libations with in person, it's time to take your mixology skills to the next level.
Virtual happy hour is all the rage right now, so add some Caribbean flair to your online drinks with these tropical cocktail recipes. These signature drinks from some of our favorite Caribbean and Florida Keys resorts will make you feel like you’re on the beach – not your sofa.
Hosting a virtual dinner party has been a great way to maintain “social” life while practicing smart social distancing. As with any good dinner, or party, that should include a nice cocktail or three. Rather than sip the same old gin and club soda and call it a day, why not mix things up (pun intended!) and treat yourself to a cocktail you’ve never had before?
The best virtual cooking classes to take during self-isolation. Chefs like Massimo Bottura and Christina Tosi have taken their talents to the interwebs, answering cooking questions, doing demos and even giving you tours of their homes ― all for free.
These chefs are hosting free online cooking classes right now. While we’re all dreaming of the next time we’ll have a meal out, peeking into someone else’s home kitchen can at least give you a moment of culinary escape. Luckily, chefs around the world, from the amateur to the Michelin star-caliber, have opened up their kitchens to give us a glimpse of what they’re cooking—with online cooking classes for those of us who could really use them.
Bon appétit! Here are 12 free online cooking classes you can take right now. Learning to cook at home has many perks: it saves you money on dining out, it's relaxing, and you get to eat the (sometimes literal) fruits of your labor.
12 chef-taught online classes to help you cook, and the best part is they're completely free—and, yes, you can show up in your pajamas. Cooking in self-isolation hardly means cooking alone. Here are just some of the folks inviting us into their kitchens online.
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