The holiday season is amongst us. Now is the time for family, food, and adding that special touch to everything that you do. From setting the table, to home décor, the holidays give you a chance to add that extra hint of warmth and cheer. Check out these simple touches that you can add to your holiday dining table this season.
Cocktail culture in San Antonio continues the sustained shake and stir that was kick-started at Bohanan’s by debut consultant, the late Sasha Petraske. Veterans of that venture have gone on to manage and own new establishments, and they have been joined in city-wide expansion by long-time bar operators and freshly minted entrepreneurs alike.
AUTUMN APPLE CIDER
The true essence of autumn can be found in a mug full of apple cider. The spices, the warmth and the familiarity will remind you of the changing season.
1 gallon Apple Cider (preferably Filtered, But Not Necessary)
½ cups Brown Sugar
2 teaspoons Allspice, Whole
3 teaspoons Cloves, Whole
4 sticks Cinnamon
2 dashes Nutmeg
1 whole Orange, Cut In Half
Jeremy and Anne of Bakery Lorraine met while working for Thomas Keller at Bouchon Bakery in the Napa Valley, California and have been baking together ever since. They honed their skills in different kitchens around the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to San Antonio in the summer of 2010.
TASTY AUTUMN EATS
Autumn means the start of a new season, meaning new colors, smells and food. We can take all of these aspects and incorporate them into comforting and warm flavors that autumn seems to subliminally bring out in every dish. Try out these delicate and tasty autumn inspired recipes to start off this fall.
Echale returns to Pearl Amphitheater on Sunday, September 6 with 2014 Houston Press Music Award winners The Suffers, a 10-piece Gulf Coast Soul band led by lead singer Kam Franklin, fresh off their acclaimed David Letterman performance. Franklin and her band put together torchy ballads sure to satisfy.