We love a Negroni in our house…I mean, I call my husband Mr. Negroni. So we have all the fixings (gin, Campari, and Punt e Mes) in our house to make a Negroni. But for all our friends who want to make them, but don’t want to commit to buying three separate bottles, there’s a […]

rhubarb soda

Over the weekend we went to Baltimore, and were introduced to a rhubarb soda from a company called Dry. Our friends who turned us on to it are in the restaurant world (they own Woodberry Kitchen, Shoe-Fly, and Artifact–if you’re anywhere near Baltimore you should seek these out), so they know about such things. We […]


I love anything that brings an experience from far away or super fancy, into my own refrigerator or pantry. So even if I thought I wasn’t a Bellini drinker (peach puree with prosecco, invented by Giuseppi Cipriani at Harry’s Bar in Venice), when I spotted these Cipriani Bellinis in a can, I knew I had […]


In their ethnic food section, they sell Mexican Coke! Mexican Coke is made with sugarcane, not high fructose corn syrup, and it’s always in a heavy recycled glass bottle. Plus, we think it’s so much better tasting. And I guess we’re not alone–there’s even a site called Where To Find Mexican Coke.

echigo beer

My husband just called me from his favorite Japanese restaurant in LA, Shima, and couldn’t contain his excitement to tell me that the beer we love there, Echigo, is actually rice beer, and is gluten-free. I think one of the things that’s the worst about being gluten-free is not being able to drink beer. Then, […]


We bought these cans of Gordon’s Gin & Tonic when we were in England, and wish we could have brought back a case of them. They were totally perfect—great taste—nothing seemed compromised at all. Actually, hotels should have these in their mini-bars, don’t you think?!  

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