Aside from the fact that I’ll drink just about anything from a copper cup sheerly for the cuteness factor, I’ve really been into moscow mules lately. I guess it’s not really that cool anymore now that everyone is loving them, but what can I say? To bring a little different flair to the current trend, we made a four ingredient version that you can whip up on the fly for our rooftop party with Smirnoff.
Oh, and did I mention these copper cups were only $9 instead of the usual $20 each? Winning! Click through to see the full recipe for the Smirnoff original moscow mule recipe…
Okay so technically we have to fake fall weather when in Houston, but I went ahead and combined two of my fall favorites with this pumpkin chai latte recipe for those of you that are lucky enough to experience cool weather and changing leaves. Please tell me that fall is your favorite season, too! I need to live vicariously through some of you until late November when Texas decides not to be stuck at 80 plus degrees forever.
You can find the full recipe for these lattes over on Julep, and be sure to let me know what you think! I’m hoping that the pumpkin puree wasn’t too much, but really is there even such a thing as that?
photos by Jared Smith
I’ve concocted quite a few ice cream shot recipes in the history of Sugar & Cloth, but I’ve yet to bust out any Halloween inspired ones. Valentine’s day? Got you covered. Christmas? Love it so much I made two, this one and this one. A just because ice cream cake shot? Most definitely. And now.. a ghouls guts ice cream cake shot recipe just for Halloween.
Luckily ghosts have a tendency to fall in line with my all white color scheme here on the blog, so I just went with it…
recipe and photos by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics
We’ve still got a few weeks left until the official last day of summer, and I don’t know about you, but I’m determined to make these next few weeks as summery and fun as possible! It helps that here in San Francisco, summer has only just begun and the days are heating up!
To celebrate, I’m whipping up these sweet mochi cakes, that have a dense, chewy texture that reminds me of my childhood eating mochi ice cream. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you better get your tush to the closest Asian grocery store and try some! Meanwhile… you can work on these scrumptious little mochi cakes…