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In my front yard are two old, thorny Meyer lemon trees. I do nothing special for these trees, just let them have water and

This is the time of year for hot drinks such as buttered rum. Here's one from the 18th century that fits right in. The

Everyone loves reading and drinking, right? Or maybe it's drinking and reading. So these great books about cocktails would be perfect presents for just

An arranged marriage between vodka and tomato juice, infinitely customizable with an assortment of stalk-like accoutrements, the Bloody Mary is thought to have been

The local food movement, already a difficult undertaking in Alaska, has moved from solids to liquids. An abundance of breweries, a meadery and even

Blame it on the cheap, tinny fruit cocktail that my elementary school cafeteria doled out, but until recently, I was a holdout on peaches.