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‘Tis the season to Clink Clink! And we have just the thing to wet that fabulous whistle. Make it for 2 or 20! Merry everything. Blackberry Bourbon Martini serves 2 {comfortably} 2 ounces bourbon 2 ounces cranberry juice 1 ounce blackberry syrup* 1 TBS. Lemon Juice splash of Ginger Ale *Blackberry Syrup 1 cup Sugar… Read more »

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‘Tis the month for holiday cheer. Impromptu happy hours, sledding extravaganzas, snowmen building, snowball fights, children’s carols. And eggnog. Lots of eggnog. So download our free digi calendars + seize the mistletoe! For some of our most magical moments lie ahead. {Even those that aren’t on the calendar yet.} It’s never too late to gather friends… Read more »

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It may be that the best part of any holiday is the traditions, be they big or small. In all the craziness of the fall-to-winter holiday season (hello October through December parties, treats, shopping + pumpkin-spice lattes), it’s traditions with loved ones that help keep me grounded. One of my favorite Thanksgiving traditions is the… Read more »

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We’ve been counting down the days, and there’s just one day left! What we love about this year’s uniquely combined holiday is that it blends giving thanks, gratitude + great food. Both Thanksgiving and Hanukkah are about gathering our families around us and taking stock of the past year, what we’ve been through and where… Read more »

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Tired of that tired pumpkin pie? Zip it up + get the gang involved! They’ll have a great time and you’ll feel good about giving everyone just what they want. Grandpa still gets his traditional flavors and the kiddos are squealing with delight as they layering on the marshmallows + ginger snaps. It’s lots of… Read more »

Posted by & filed under Thanksgiving, Thanksgivukkah.

Holidays collide this year, with the first night of Hanukkah falling on Thanksgiving—a once-in-our-lifetime event dubbed Thanksgivukkah, with a Twitter handle to make it legit. Recipe mashups abound—cranberries on latkes, anyone?—and turkeys are spinning dreidels on commemorative t-shirts. There are lots of ways to make the annual feast even more festive. But when the menu… Read more »