This icy Father’s Day Cocktail is a riff off a classic cocktail- the Sazerac– a staple from one of America’s cultural hot beds, New Orleans. I’m adding extra chill because this father’s day, I’m playing it cool (like dad used to be).
I think of this as “The Urban Farmer’s Salad” because it’s what he makes for dinner when I’m still staring at my computer. It’s one part “clean out the fridge” and one part homemade bleu cheese dressing. It’s one part responsible and one part pure comfort.
After 75 years at your table, Dietz & Watson is inviting you to their table. They’re partnering with the nation’s top culinary talent to create ten curated, local dining experiences across the country, and Pittsburgh is one of the stops! Chef Justin Severino will be serving up a meal much like this one, and you can join.
Before firing up the burgers and dogs this weekend, drizzle pineapple, peaches and nectarines with coconut oil and grill to sweet, caramelized perfection. Pair the grilled fruit with the cake of your choice, garnish with sprigs of fresh mint, and serve with a dollop of your favorite organic ice cream.
I may have trouble navigating my work/life balance, a destination as illusive as the Bermuda Triangle, but that’s where happy hour comes in I suppose. This floral spirit is dedicated to Alexander von Humboldt, a true explorer who navigated Latin America in the early 1800s.