Find the recipe HERE! What exactly is pisco, you ask? You’ve definitely heard of it. You might have even tried it. Probably in the form of a Pisco Sour. And you probably know that it comes from Latin America. But, what is it made from? Is the flavor like tequila? Or is it neutral like vodka? […]
March 2014 archive
It’s TRUE! Spring has officially arrived just in time to rescue all of us from what has seemed like a never-ending Game of Thrones winter of pain. You know what that means?? Spring Cocktail Fever! I don’t know about you, but I am full-on cocktail crushing all over town. Take last night’s Cocktail Crush at The […]
It’s St. Patrick’s Day today. Are you covered in shamrocks, chomping on a green bagel yet? Here, in New York, it is very much a thing. From the parade down 5th Ave (which has lost some notable sponsorship this year), to the swarms of four-leaf-clover-clad revelers that pack the pubs, “liven” up the streets and manage […]
Start your weekend out right: Listen to this, make this, and do whatever that lady in the fly, plaid, yellow jumpsuit of joy is doing because it looks like a good time. Pro tip – Try to do all of these things at the same time. You’re welcome!!!
You only have until tomorrow to nominate Bit By a Fox as your favorite cocktail blog for Saveur Magazine’s Best Food Blog Awards 2014. Just click HERE and post a link to BBaF and tell them how much you LOOOOVE us.
Did you know that the Spanish word for daisy is margarita? It’s true! Maybe you already knew this and are better at languages than me (probably), but I studied French in highschool, and I’m still working on my English, so finding this out a few years ago was a revelation for me! It is no […]
New York City was glorious this past weekend. The light: magic. The air: fragrant. The soundtrack: chirping birds and wind chimes. The sun shone DIRECTLY into my soul. It was heavenly. It felt like an angry, dirty, sludgy Instagram filter had been lifted from the entire city and that winter could possibly be on its […]
You guys! We are on the verge of a glorious weekend, rife with possibilities, and I’m afraid I’m suffering from a bad case of Boringitus with a side of superduperlaziness. It may be this Polar Vortex that just won’t quit (holy mother of god, make it stop), or just the typical winter hibernation that sets […]