Tag Archive | tequila

A Fiesta In A Pitcher

It’s hot. It’s always hot during August in the Phabulous Phoenix metro area. The A/C is cranking and your guests are on their way. The brisket is falling apart tender, the potato supreme casserole is bubbling, the coleslaw, caesar salad, chips and dip are ready. The beer is on ice. Sangria is made and in the […]

Ode to Tequila

There once was an hombre from Jalisco. Who grew blue agave because he liked to. They were roasted and distilled, Until his taste buds were thrilled. Then he passed out until he came to. – Gluttony Boy A shot straight from the freezer! Sippin’ time…

So Much Food and Drink, So Little Time

Every so often, someone has a party. There are many occasions for celebration, but on this night it was an open house potluck hosted by friends that had built their dream home. We arrived bearing green chili and cheese enchiladas, that my wife had made, and a chilled bitch of a wine, but I was […]

Old World Collides With New

The influences of the old world and the new are many. A treatise on such a vast topic would be a long an arduous endeavor. However, if the focus is narrowed, the results can be pleasant and at times sublime. Take fruit for example, and citrus fruit in particular. The lime originates from the Himalayan […]