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This is the perfect cocktail for patio sipping in the springtime. The fresh cucumber, lime and cilantro combine to make the Cucumber Smash unique and refreshing while the jalapeno-infused agave nectar balances out the flavors with a sweet and spicy kick.

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A Florentine Count, Camillo Negroni, spent time as a cowboy in the old west and as a gambler in New York. When he returned to Florence, he had the bartender at the Bar Casoni mix this now classic cocktail for him.

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There's nothing more comforting and delicious than a slice of apple pie, and this is the ultimate apple pie recipe

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Mimosas and bloody Marys are always wonderful to serve alongside a leisurely weekend brunch, but if you really want to impress your guests, this sparkling cocktail is the perfect choice. It’s perfectly balanced – not too sweet and not too tart – and the sparkling wine makes it effervescent and refreshing.

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This cocktail is one of scotch’s few classics. It was named after the movie Blood and Sand which starred Rudolph Valentino and was produced in 1922.

Cap City Fine Diner has some of the best carrot cake around. Our 24K Carrot Cake is super decadent - with with pineapple, golden raisins and walnuts with white chocolate cream cheese icing.

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This cocktail was invented in New York just before Prohibition. The name comes from the sky blue hue imparted by the crème de violette.

Guests rave about our Jalapeño Corn Spoon Bread at The Pearl. Now you can make it at home!

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This recipe is a wonderful example of how soup can be elegant and exciting, but still perfect for when you're craving something comforting to warm you up.

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The Banana Spring Rolls at Molly Woo's are always a hit. With this recipe, you can make them at home.

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Sources credit the gimlet to Sir Thomas O. Gimlette, a British naval surgeon. Dr. Gimlette observed that limes, containing vitamin C, offered significant protection against scurvy. In combining lime juice with gin, he sought an attractive way to encourage sailors to imbibe lime juice as an anti-scorbutic. If you liked the classic you are sure to enjoy our twist on an old favorite!

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Cold weather calls for braised meats and good beer, so I thought I'd share this recipe from The Pearl on this blustery January day.

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One of our most popular cocktails is our Cucumber Gimlet. Here's the recipe!

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Start with our classic deviled egg recipe and spice it up with one of our unique twists – or add one of your own!

The Moscow Mule is a great classic cocktail featuring vodka, fresh lime, ginger beer and fresh ginger.

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