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The Harlow from The Spotted Pig

  Having brunch? Want something far, far beyond a mimosa? Read on. In the West Village on 11th Street, just past Hudson, there is The Spotted Pig, the extraordinary restaurant from April Bloomfield. If you can dine there, it is a must. If you cannot, then pick up a copy of A Girl and Her…

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Frozen Peach Margaritas: Ways to Drink a Peach

How best to drink a peach? White or yellow, a Bellini is a noble way to devour every flavor molecule. At another extreme, there is Peach Agua Fresca, which was blogged here just a few days ago. The agua fresca, alcohol aside, is equally refreshing. And, on yet another dimension — because it is does…

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Brian’s Faux Colada

  Do you remember your first Pina Colada? Your second? The third? If they were consumed all on the same night, then somewhere between two and three you may have become a tad fuzzy. The standard pina colada recipe has two problems. First, it’s booze heavy. The ratio of pineapple juice to rum to cream…

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The Side Truck Cocktail from Pitt Cue Co: The Cookbook

  When I blogged a general overview of Pitt Cue Co: The Cookbook, I did mention this cocktail. It’s accompanied by a full page picture with two hands holding a very big glass. I took that to be a warning: this drink is full flavored, full bodied and perhaps best consumed on a day when…

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