This is a simple twist on the classic mojito cocktail, but instead of rum, I used Vodka. Because I like mojitos on the sour side, I added extra lime juice compared to what a classic mojito recipe calls for (about a 1/4 cup more). This drink also calls for freshly made mint inf ...more
It's just what the doctor ordered: the perfect hangover cure. A time-proven, age old trick, commonly referred to as the "Hair of the Dog", asserts that downing more alcohol the morning after is scientifically proven to ease a painful hangover—well, for the short term, at least ...more
gotoguyenterprises teaches you how to make a glue bound paperback book. You will print you book on a4 paper, two pages per side, on each side. That means you will have the four pages in total on a sheet of a4 paper. Fold the paper in the middle and make stacks of the pages. Yo ...more
Don’t pass up on this festive favorite because of the calories; just mix yourself a lighter version mojito. You will need: 4 fresh mint leaves 4 lime wedges 1 1/2 low-calorie rum some club soda a Collins glass a muddler or a spoon crushed ice 1 sugar substitute Did you know? ...more
Vodka, cucumber, mint, lime, soda water and sugar combine to make a really refreshing summer cocktail. Take a tour of the Oyster Bar in Nelson, New Zealand, and pick up a great drink recipe from their resident bartender. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how ...more
Coconut liqueur, simple syrup, lime, and mint make up the coconut mojito martini cocktail. Follow along with bartender Rosa as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this tropical specialty drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the ...more
Here's the master mixer at work again preparing an incredible variation to the classic mojito mix by adding one of his favorite ingredients, lychee fruit. Learn how Manuel makes this beautiful cocktail with tips for this drink to work in a party situation. You will need mint, ...more
Anthony Caporale bar instructor extraordinarie is here in another "Art of the Drink" episode. This week he is showing how to make a Mexican Mojito. The twist from a regular mojito? Replace the rum with tequila!
Here's a brilliant summer drink idea that tastes great virgin--or not so virgin. Tanja puts together virgin ginger mojitos. Watch this food how-to video for tips on getting a recipe for ANYTHING, especially virgin ginger mojitos, in this case. Don't you love virgin ginger moj ...more
We're looking at readily made Mojito mix recipes for a standard Simple Mojito and the sweeter Mango Mojito using the 10 Cane Mojito Rum Kit and the Roses's Mojito Mix. If you're sick of basic cocktails, expand your knowledge. Watch this mixed drink recipe video to learn how t ...more
Milana from Tap Tap in South Beach, Florida, demonstrates making a cane sugar mojito. After explaining the history of mojitos, she pours 1½ ounces of rum into a large glass that has already been filled with ice. Then, she puts fresh mint and raw sugar in a large mortar. She u ...more
Here's an expert guide for making a mojito. You'll need lime, brown sugar, crushed ice, mint, white rum, and soda water. Watch this video specialty drink-mixing tutorial and learn how to make a lovely Cuban mojito cocktail.
Learn how to make a Spicy Mojito. This cool drink can be great during the summer. Use lime, chile pepper, and crushed ice and so much more to make a great drink. Make a Spicy Mojito. Click through to watch this video on discovery.com
Mixologist Eben Freeman, of Tailor restaurant in New York City, demonstrates how to prepare a variation on the classic Cuban cocktail, the mojito. There is a little technique to the mojito, in preventing the carbonation from being lost or the taste of the mint becoming bitter ...more
Cosmos and martinis are forever excellent go-to cocktails when you're out sipping at the bar, but sometimes it's nice to spice things up and try something a little more...stimulating. Watch this video to learn how to mix an absinthe mojito. The Mojito was invented in Cuba in ...more
Scouring over the Internet for a Mojito recipe for your next get together? Well look no further! Here is a two minute tutorial on how to make a proper Mojito. Ingredients you will need: rum, limes, sugar, crushed ice, soda water or lemonade, and a handful of fresh mint leaves. ...more
Cook a summer meal with Mike and the guys from Still Remains. This is a spinoff from the Cuban mojito but with real pineapple juice.
To make your own Golden Mojito at home, you will need the following: a tall glass, mint leaves, lemon wedges, sugar syrup, Brugal Anejo, ginger ale, a straw, and ice. To begin, place 10 mint leaves in the tall glass. Add a half of a shot of sugar syrup and 2 lemon wedges. Add ...more
Mint, lime, sugar, sweet and sour, soda water, Sprite and tequila make up the el Guapo tequila mojito cocktail. Follow along with bartender Jay as he gives step by step directions for how to mix up this refreshing specialty drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and ...more
Pineapple, lemon, mint, simple syrup, and Malibu pineapple rum make up the sweet pineapple mojito cocktail. Follow along with bartender Claudia as she gives step by step directions for how to mix up this drink. Watch this video beverage making tutorial and learn how to mix the ...more
12 mint leaves, half of a lime, half part sugar, ice, white rum, and club soda are all you need to make a mojito cocktail. This video drink recipe from Bacardi, shows the steps to making this classic Cuban alcoholic drink popularized by Ernest Hemingway. Mix up a mojito, and s ...more
Milana from Tap Tap in South Beach, Florida, demonstrates making a raspberry mojito. After explaining the history of the Haitian drink, she starts the drink with fresh raw mint and raw sugar. Placing those ingredients in a rather large mortar, she uses a pestle to crush the mi ...more
In this video from RadioLynxContent we learn how to make a cucumber mojito, which is a local special in Whistler, Canada. For this you use fresh mint and a couple of slices of cucumber. Place in a glass and press down on the mint leaves and cucumber while they're in the glass. ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a pineapple mango mojito recipe. The ingredients required for this recipe are: fresh muddled mint, rum, raw sugar, lime garnish, pineapple juice and mango juice. Begin by putting some fresh mint into a bowl and muddle it with s ...more
Chef Dennis Pitchford demonstrates his method for making this classic cocktail, which originated in Cuba. He calls it his In the black-berry mojito. He starts by putting half of a dozen mint leaves and five or six blackberries in a glass; then he adds some simple syrup and cru ...more
In this clip, Bobby shows you how to make a completely delicious drink for the summer time. Bobby tackles the classic mojito and shows you how to make it like a real Cuban would. So, mix it up and enjoy the summertime with this refreshing cocktail.
Playboy Playmate of the Year 2007 Sara Jean Underwood shows us how to make one of the most popular drink of recent years, the Mojito. Be warned! She makes this Cuban cocktail with a strange twist - tequila instead of rum!
To make non-alcoholic white 'mojito' you need some Rose petals, 1/2 oz of 'Sureau' Syrup,(Elder flower cordial), 1/2 oz of Lemon Juice, 1 1/2 of Soda water and 2 teaspoon of crystal sugar. Now carefully the mix the white rose petals, sugar and lemon juice in a glass (without d ...more
Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make a Mojito with Cruzan. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need mint, ...more
Simon Adams from H20 and Videojug demonstrates how to make a Mojito cocktail. A zesty, minty, lemon-filled explosion - make your taste buds dance with this refreshing thirst-quencher! A popular drink amongst cocktail lovers. To make it, put the sugar in the highball glass. Tea ...more
Check out this video to learn how to make a blueberry mojito. Experience a new video cookbook with delicious summertime recipes, perfect for your picnic basket or backyard BBQ table.
Very similar to the drink of the Kentucky Derby, the Mint Julep. This is a refreshing Cuban cocktail.
Contribute to your holiday gatherings with a fun refreshment! This cocktail is fun and easy to make. Put a handful of ice into a tall tumbler glass. Add a spoonful of sugar, sprig of mint, spoonful of sweetened canned cranberries. Use a muddler to mash the cranberries, sugar, ...more
The blueberry mojito is a fruity twist on the Cuban classic. Here are the instructions: 1. Add the mint leaves, sugar, 5 blueberries, and lime juice to a glass and muddle. 2. Pour in the rum and club soda. 3. To serve, garnish with extra blueberries and a lime wedge. Watch thi ...more
If you want to start the party out right, you have to impress the crowd with your awesome bartending skills. While lighting cocktails on fire is a nice way to warm up the crowd, it's been done by thousands of bartenders across the globe. Plus, if you're not careful, you could ...more
Like many others, I like a good cocktail every now and then, and I've always been impressed when my cocktail enthusiast friends would come up with a new drink or even just remember how to concoct a Clover Club (FYI, it's made with gin, raspberry syrup, lemon, and egg white). T ...more
During my time living in dorm rooms and small apartments, I would find myself in need of many different appliances—a food processor for making hummus, a blender for vegetable smoothies, or even a mortar and pestle for muddling mojito-bound mint leaves. Luckily, there was one t ...more
Once again, you've found yourself inviting comrades, companions, and compatriots over for beverages on a Friday evening whim... but alas, your alcohol cabinet is looking rather meager, and your skills are lacking. No worries—just utilize these 10 tricks and spice up your at-ho ...more
Cocktail rims are an easy way to add extra fun and pizzazz to your favorite drink; Most cocktail rims only take a few minutes to put together, and are a great way to add a burst of flavor to compliment what you're drinking. The best part is that you can save money and get a m ...more
Everyone has the same five spirits in their bar: vodka, rum, whiskey, tequila, and gin. They're all great, but every so often the mood strikes to try a cocktail with a little something different. We'd like you to meet three spirits from South America that would make a welcome ...more
Luxiare is at it again with another clever, beautifully shot How-To. This time Luxiare demonstrates how to make the perfect packed lunch: a bento box arranged with faux sushi sandwich rolls, banana-peanut butter-chocolate sandwiches, cobb salad wrapped into bite size dumpling ...more
The freezer section at your local grocery store may have plenty of popsicle flavors, but they're mostly going to be the same old fruit-flavored varities you've been shoving in your mouths for years. None of those will truly get your tastebuds rolling like some creative homemad ...more
Summer means watermelon. Juicy, pink-fleshed, and ever-so-tasty, this pepo is a seasonal sensation. But while cost effective, purchasing a whole, large watermelon can lead to melon monotony and maybe even a rotting rind in the fridge. To keep that from ever happening, here are ...more
In these Salsa dance lessons on video, learn some steps in the Miami style of Salsa dancing. Learning these advanced salsa dance steps—the mojito, las manos complicadas, the yuka, and the noventa—will help you get around on the dance floor a little more, as well as add a littl ...more
You know what a mojito needs? Raspberries! To make this drink, you will need: 5-6 mint leaves (plus a sprig for garnish), 3/4 ounces grenadine, 1 ounce fresh lime juice, 2 ounces raspberry vodka, a bar muddler and a cocktail shaker. Make a delicious Raspberry Summer Crush cock ...more
Expert mixologists Soulshakers show you how to make a Homemade Pimms cocktail at home. This drink has cucumber and mint, to make it an excellent and refreshing summer drink. I think it's a better use of mint than a Mojito. You need ginger beer, lime soda and vodka. Mix a Homem ...more
If you think that "pawpaw" is just an affectionate name for your grandfather or a cute way of talking about your cat's feet, you're missing out on one of the most interesting fruits out there. The pawpaw is that rare tropical fruit that is actually indigenous to the United St ...more
Sangria... the elixir of summer. When properly prepared, there are few things more refreshing and magical. If you're looking for a way to mix things up and "get out of the bottle," try one of these lovely libations before the warm weather ends: peach-mango sangria, pineapple-b ...more
Secret Ingredient host Mark Law and Denver chef Jean Philippe Failyau of Osteria Marco take the mint out of the mojito and add it to a fresh summertime salad of cherry tomatoes, fennel, red onion, cucumber and mint, served over seared halibut. Follow along in this cooking how- ...more
We all have a general idea of what a pin-up looks like: Big, buxom hips, wild curves that render men speechless, finger curled hair, and the iconic red lips with cat eyes combo. Bread out of the mold by creating a pin-up look that's equally glamorous and sexy but with a slight ...more
Completing the holy trilogy of Cuban drinks (including the mojito and the Cuba Libre), the daiquiri has become a bit bastardized because of ready made mixes. Mixologist Angus Winchester shows the recipe for the original straight up version of the daiquiri. You will need lime j ...more
With the recent popularity of the mojito, Rob "Riki Tiki" Roy bring you a Brazilian variation, the Caipirinha. You will need lime, Cachaca Brazilian sugar cane liquor, and sugar. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a Caipirinha cocktail.
Fresh herbs are a surefire way to enhance a dish, but buying them at the store each time you need them is costly. Luckily, growing your own herbs is a lot easier than it seems: You can even using cuttings from the herbs you already buy to start your own little herb garden. An ...more
The balanced and refreshing taste of a cocktail should always entice you into another sip. You'll know you're drinking something of quality when no specific ingredient, including booze, dominates its taste. A great cocktail can even mirror a great meal by exhibiting flavors li ...more
This is a refreshing spring update on your classic hamburger slider. Instead of using a ground beef patty, I am using shrimp tempura. This recipe calls for fresh truffles, but fresh truffles are hard to come by so feel free to use truffle oil (it is much more affordable and wh ...more
My Cuisinart ice cream maker was a wedding gift; it wasn't something on my list, but I jumped up and down with delight when I unwrapped it. I never would've purchased this appliance on my own because it didn't seem practical, yet I loved the idea of making homemade ice cream. ...more