Sometimes a great drink starts with discovering a new ingredient. That was the case with Cointreau Noir and the Chocolate Orange. In this video, we also discuss what makes a real maraschino … Continue reading How to Make the Chocolate Orange
There are certainly times where it’s appropriate to talk about God’s plan. This isn’t one of them.
No, you don’t know how I feel, and that’s okay.
I grew up in the midst of a denominational split, and as I look back at church history and the Bible, these splits appear to be the rule rather than the exception. Maybe we can start looking at them in a new light…
“I bet we can make something with this.” Jessi and I shop at a variety of grocery stores, but a recent favorite has been the highly economical Aldi. On top … Continue reading The Wassailpolitan
I’ve lamented the post-WWII Vodka Boom before, but we actually owe much of the current classic cocktail resurgence to one vodka cocktail.
What a long, strange year it’s been– sometimes awful, frequently beautiful, always surprising. Much of the country regraded 2017 with apprehension, and politically and culturally, it’s been a rocky year for … Continue reading A Look Back at 2017
Looking around the world sometimes, peace seems scarce. When we turn on the news or log onto any social media platform, we’re greeted with the numbing aggression of an outrage-fueled … Continue reading Peace
This post contains spoilers for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” In particular, one twist has frustrated the fanbase, but as a lifelong Star Wars fan myself, I think it’s a beautiful return to form.
If you’ve explored this blog before, you know I’m more than a little fascinated by words– what words mean in different contexts, why we choose certain words over others, etc.–, … Continue reading Joy