margaritas

“There’s no shame in frozen cocktails.” Damn right there isn't.
Hey y'all. I think we all deserve an extra special treat for making it through the week. I'm at the point in my life where the weekdays are work days. And by work days I mean my husband goes to work and I stay home with all our little ones and play referee all day.
Knowing how to make margaritas is a very important skill in life. These are such easy drinks to make. They are so refreshing, especially when made with real fruit!
24 Best Mother's Day Freebies, Discounts and Deals Celebrating Cinco de Mayo doesn't mean you have to break the bank. Whether
Who doesn't love a good margarita? Whether it's poolside with pals, paired with a Mexican meal or late night in a bar, there's never a bad reason to reach for the citrusy cocktail.
Shouldn't the most popular cocktail ordered by the pitcher-full have its' own day? Of course! Celebrate Margarita Day by mixing up a tasty pitcher-full -or two-of these delicious cocktails and you'll see why we dedicate a day to the margarita. Although I drink them all year round and muddle in whatever is in season, from strawberries to mango, sage and mint, and if I just have a lime, so be it.
When you split it apart on the surface, cocktail doesn't sound like anything befitting of this column. When you dig deeper, however, cocktail, like most words, has a savory, if unconfirmed, evolution. It's also the only drink that has it's own hour of the day. You don't invite people out for "Beer Hour" or "Milk Hour."
Juarez, Mexico use to be pretty raunchy. When we began going at 17 or 18 years old, the main strip (Juarez Avenue) was made up of bar after bar; it was a 3 lane, one-way street lined on both sides with flashing neon signs and rhythmic beating from speakers pointed out to the street.
Expectations are high for this weekend's Super Bowl Party. Want to make sure you don't disappoint? Serve one of these delicious
Being an event planner for many years I became a sucker for the signature cocktail, that's why I'm always coming up with
Summer's here and it is hot out there, people. One of our favorite ways to beat the heat is with a boozy, frozen drink (duh!). We're all about the wine slushies, frozen daiquiris, spiked shakes, and of course, margaritas.
In my opinion there are three things that make for a good party: signature drinks, great food and beautiful decorations! Add a few of these tips below to this weekend's gathering and you're guaranteed to have the party everyone can't stop talking about.
I'm no stranger to a happy hour menu and my go-to drink is definitely a margarita!
So instead, the next time you're making frozen margaritas, which should probably be very soon, you should use a trick my
A margarita bears more resemblance to boozy limeade than to something more polarizing. What's not to like?
Maria Teresa Lara and Ruben Aceves introduced me to the object of my newest desire -- the small-batch Double Barrel Reposado Tequila.
There's no better excuse for a big mess of nachos and heavy drinking than Cinco de Mayo.
Whether you're celebrating Cinco de Mayo or just the end of the workweek, fill your glass with one of the finest margaritas north of the border.
We never need much of a reason for a fiesta.