pimm's cup

Use Celery Bitters To Make An Herbaceous Gimlet Or Pimm's Cup

The liquid essence is more fun than the stalk
Jun 26, 2014 2:00 pm

Celery is a notoriously boring vegetable. Yet, when its savory, herbaceous essence is captured in the form of a popular cocktail ingredient — bitters — the once dull veggie has the power to enhance and transform a variety of drinks to great effect. Get some cool ideas about how to use this amazing additive here.

If Ernest Hemingway Had Been A Cupcake Man, This Would Be The Cupcake For Him

Check out this absinthe and champagne pastry
Aug 20, 2013 2:00 pm

We all know that Ernest Hemingway loved to drink. Inspired by the American author’s creation of Death in the Afternoon, a cocktail with Champagne and Absinthe, NYC’s Prohibition Bakery is selling a limited edition cupcake. The treat features champagne cake with champagne filling, absinthe frosting and a champagne cube on top with a touch of lemon. Read on.

7 Ways To Pimp Your Pimm's Cup

A summer cocktail with few rules, many riffs
Jun 19, 2013 12:02 pm

Pimm's Cup is the kind of drink that causes your bar companions to look over, a little piqued or downright dying inside they they didn’t order one, too. In this era of cocktail snobbery, classic recipes are guarded as solemnly as nuke codes. But this drink is different. Variations on its nearly 200-year-old formula are embraced. Read on.

The Pimm's Royale Recipe

Spring in a glass, but more decadent
Apr 6, 2012 3:01 pm

As spring starts to bloom, we're reminded that soon socializing won't need to be relegated to cozy candlelit bars. With the prospect of barbecues and large backyard parties, drinking naturally leans toward being as uncomplicated and refreshing as possible—which is the main reason to consider a time-tested Brit favorite, the Pimm's fruit cup.

Last Night's Party: One Kings Lane in NYC

Designers and fashionistas partied at The Standard
Apr 14, 2011 11:00 am

Food Republic's style editor Brett Fahlgren has been traveling the country for years hosting and attending events. He's eaten his share of passed hors d'oeuvres and sampled every kind of specialty cocktail you could imagine. Now on Food Republic, he'll regularly report on the details of last night's party.

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