From this… …to this: Yep, this New York City gal is heading to the City of Angels, Tinseltown, La-La-Land, Hollyweird (there sure are a lot of nicknames for LA!). I may be switching out my home-base from the Big Apple (now that’s a solid nickname) to Los Angeles, I aim to be bi-coastal. While I’ve decided to let […]
Posts Tagged ‘Bit By a Fox’
This is my sober face. Awwww, remember that tawdry, pulp mag pic from my very first blog post?? No? Well, you may not be alone! Since more eyes are on this blog than ever before, I figured, in honor of Throwback Thursday, I’d re-post that original manifesto-of-sorts; the very first call to foxy cocktail enthusiasts […]
The readers have spoken…and clearly they’re Bit By a Fox! We won, you guys! We WOOOOONNN! Bit By a Fox blog has won Readers’ Choice Best Cocktail Blog for Saveur Magazine’s Fifth Annual Best Food Blog Awards 2014!!! This was obviously a group effort and I cannot thank you all enough – for voting, trying to vote […]
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.
With the passing of the Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution 80 years ago today, December 5th, 1933, Prohibition ended, and the country got DOWN. It’s hard to believe that the prohibition of alcohol lasted as long as it did: from 1920-1933 – 13 years! Of course, we all know what a failure the […]
Save the Date…to get Bit By a Fox! Enjoy some summer cocktails & crunchy, salty things while helping me celebrate the official launch of Bit By a Fox, blog, events and cocktail design. Goodie bags! RSVP in the comments here, the Bit By a Fox Facebook page or to email@example.com Let’s get bit together!
Bit By a Fox! Isn’t it a delightful expression? Made all the more appealing, I happen to think, to know that it is an English tavern phrase dating back to the 16th century, meaning tipsy, a wee intoxicated, slightly inebriated, a tad squiffy…or as my mother likes to say, a little lit! Fox-drunk or foxed were also terms that […]