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Macerated Cherries

To help create the perfect Manhattan cocktail utilizing fresh cherries all year round with less sweetness than the average maraschino cherry. Pitted Cherries with as much juice as possible Bourbon or Whiskey of choice Optional: vanilla, cinnamon, sweetener 1. Fill 1/4  of jar or heat seal bag with cherries and as much juice as possible. [...]

Macerated Cherries

Classic Manhattan Cocktail

Classic cocktails are coming back with a twist. As interest in libations grows creativity behind the bar has excelled to create these new bar chefs. Utilizing infusions, macerations, and unique flavor combinations classics are being resurrected in mainstream, home and even speakeasy style bars. This classic can evolve at many levels depending on the level [...]

Classic Manhattan Cocktail

Mango Guanabana Smoothie

Tropical smoothies can help use keep our new year's resolutions to eat more fruits and try new things. Mango has been a fan favorite tropical fruit for time to come but some unique fruits fresh and pureed continue to reach into the market. Guanabana also known as Soursop is a tart fruit in nature full [...]

Mango Guanabana Smoothie

Celeriac Soup

Root vegetables are abundant in cold months and provide a great since of warmth, satiety and comfort. This soup blends crisp celeriac also known as celery root with creamy potatoes for a hearty root soup. Ingredients: 2 1/2 lbs of celery root (celeriac) peeled and cut into 1 inch chunks. 1 medium onion 1 inch [...]

Celeriac Soup

Smile for the Camera!

Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook are an active part of the consumers lifestyle. Cameras are everywhere and documenting everything. Each guest is now their own food photographer and blogger. This can result in great publicity if each plate is perfect but if a guest feels their food is taking to long or lacking their favorite flavor you [...]

Smile for the Camera!

Orange White Balsamic Dressing

1/2 cup of white balsamic vinegar 1 cup of EVOO 2 tbsp of Orange juice 1 tbsp of Dijon mustard 1 tsp oregano 1tsp thyme 1 tsp of minced garlic Whisk to combine. The Dijon mustard helps to keep the dressing semi emulsified but should still be shaken before use.

Orange White Balsamic Dressing