Thyme for Drinks
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A sweet-and-sour #mocktail inspired by the thirteenth-century Syrian cookbook Scents & Flavors, plus recipes for delicious apricot & date mezze that are sweet, healthy, easy to make and travel well. Lemon, pomegranate, orange blossom water, saffron, apple cider vinegar and quince make for a subtle delicious non-alcoholic option for the holidays. You can also add a shot of whiskey if you like, of course (I usually do, although one friend said the non-alcoholic version is actually better because y
Presenting the El Niño Sour, because it feels like Christmas in Cairo this year: 1/2 part each honey syrup & rye, 1 part grapefruit juice, dash each white & regular balsamic. Muddle w/arugula and mint, serve w/crushed ice #cocktails #recipe #thymefordrinks
#cocktail #recipe Mint Lemon Julep: 2 parts whiskey, 1 lemon juice, 1 mint simple syrup, 1 water. Dashes orange flower water and bitters. Fun fact: the English word julep comes from the Arabic (and before that, Persian) word for rosewater - hence the flower water in this Middle East meets mid-South recipe.