Discover and save creative ideas
    Explore these ideas and more!

    "Goddamn 206-ers" Jim German and Claire Johnston of Waitsburg, WA's infamous Jimgermanbar on Art, Cocktails, Cuisine, and Small Town Politics.

    Best small towns for foodies

    Big cities and monuments may get more attention, but small towns are the heart and soul of the Capital Region. Stroll charming downtown districts, relax in luxury, uncover interesting history and r…

    Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail © Martha Stewart

    Lavender Bitters: started my first batch this morning. Recipe at boozecouncil.org. Check back in six weeks for the result.

    Raspberry Herb cocktail (Martha Stewart)

    Champagne Cocktail from Sweet Paul Recipe for one drink 3 oz of champagne 1/3 oz of cognac 2 dashes of Angostura bitters 1 sugar cube 1.) Soak sugar cube in champagne flute with angostura bitters 2.) Add champagne and cognac 3.) Garnish with a sprig of currents

    painkiller

    Horse's Neck Cocktail. 2 ounces bourbon ginger ale 2 dashes Angostura Bitters Peel an entire lemon in one spiral strand and hang the peel over the rim of a high ball glass. Pour in the bourbon. Fill the rest of the glass with ginger ale and add the bitters. I also like to use this recipe plus Pimms for a nice summer Pimms jug.

    The Black Mission Fig Bitters pairs beautifully with scotch it’s no surprise that we’re seeing it used in scotch cocktails, from Highland’s “Blackbird” to this hot ticket from Saveur called “The Scottish Dream”. It’s inspired by Speed Rack gang leader Lynnete Marrero‘s creation “The Flannen Isle Lua”; see her original recipe below.

    Saffron Mediterranean Kitchen: Mediterranean inspired restaurant in downtown Walla Walla Washington

    Recipe: Old-Fashioned. INGREDIENTS: 1 sugar cube, 3 dashes Angostura bitters, 1 tablespoon club soda, 2 ounces bourbon, 1 thin strip of lemon peel. In a rocks glass, combine the sugar cube, bitters and club soda. Muddle to a paste. Stir in the bourbon. Add ice and garnish with a two-inch strip of lemon peel. (Find more recipes in our Classic Cocktails Recipes slideshow. Find more recipes in our Invent Your Own Cocktail Party Recipes slideshow. From Invent Your Own Cocktail Party; Published Fe...

    mixology

    Recipe: Fig and Bourbon Cocktail Ingredients 1 1/2 Ounces Bourbon 3/4 Ounce Cointreau 3/4 Ounce Brown Sugar Fig Simple Syrup (recipe below) 1 Teaspoon Orange Blossom Honey 4-6 Drops Dark Chocolate Bitters

    White Moustache Tours Are All Over The Map - Voracious

    The Four Best Things About Walla Walla - Voracious

    Jebena Café Does a Service to Ethiopian Food - Voracious

    Jimgermanbar

    Seattle News and Events | FareStart’s New Home in Amazon’s Old Headquarters Means

    Washington Wine's Salt of the Earth: Rick Small of Woodward Canyon - Voracious

    Savatdee Goi Goong