Craft Cocktail Recipe: #040713 Scotch with Blood Orange & Luxardo

On April 7, 2013, in Craft Cocktail Recipes, by satnightfoodies

Saturday Night Foodies #040713 Blood Orange, Luxardo Cherries & Scotch with Sherry Cask Finish INGREDIENTS: 3oz Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Sherry Cask Finish 3oz Orange Juice (We used blood oranges!) 1oz Luxardo Syrup (Real thing is best but will work with real Grenadine) Orange Peel (We used our blood oranges for this as well) PREPARATION: […]

Craft Cocktail Recipe: #030213 Scotch, Meyer Lemons & Ginger

On March 6, 2013, in Cocktails, Craft Cocktail Recipes, by satnightfoodies

This drink was created by Kim (@Mrs_SNFoodies) from the ground up. She is usually involved in every drink recipe that we publish but she took this one to a whole new level of perfection. I probably tasted about nine different variations as she experimented with different spirits. I really think that the final ingredients selected […]

Craft Cocktail Recipe: #030313 Asombroso Tequila, Blackberry & Meyer Lemon

On March 3, 2013, in Craft Cocktail Recipes, by satnightfoodies

One of my favorite things to do is look around the kitchen at the fresh ingredients available to me and think, “what would make a great cocktail?”. Doesn’t everyone think that way? This cocktail was inspired by blackberries, basil from our garden and Meyer lemons from Frieda’s Produce. I did not want to overwhelm the […]

Craft Cocktail Recipe: #022313 Sumo Tangerine & Corn Whiskey (Moonshine)

On February 23, 2013, in Craft Cocktail Recipes, by satnightfoodies

We recently were introduced to the glorious Sumo Tangerine, a baseball sized, easy to peel juicy ball of sweet goodness. Thank you Jason Quinn (Chef/Owner PlayGround DTSA). We ran out picked some up and I just had to make a cocktail. After doing a little research on different drink combinations I finally thought of this: […]

Craft Cocktail Recipe: #020213 Blood Orange (Moscow) Mule

On February 2, 2013, in Cocktails, by satnightfoodies

I am still on the blood orange kick. As long as they are fresh, I just have the need to use them. Moscow Mule is a very easy drink to make. Three ingredients with a little stir over ice and you are done. We added our own twist, just because we can! Adding the blood […]

Craft Cocktail Recipe: #101412 Apple Cider and Aged Bourbon

On October 14, 2012, in Cocktails, Craft Cocktail Recipes, by satnightfoodies

After some more testing with unpasteurized fresh pressed apple cider from Julian, California Kim knocked this one out of the park. If you missed #101212 make sure you check that one out if you want to try something with Gin. Now back to #101412, the smell itself will grab you, and make sure you use […]

Craft Cocktail Recipe: #101212 Apple Cider and St. George Gin

On October 13, 2012, in Craft Cocktail Recipes, by satnightfoodies

Fall is a great time of year if you are into fresh pressed apple cider. Craft cocktails with apple cider are some of our favorites. From our latest invention from the test kitchen we came up with 101212. It was the best of this test session and we just had to share the recipe with […]

Craft Cocktail Recipe: #082111 Cosmo Caliente a Saturday Night Foodies Original

On August 21, 2011, in Cocktails, Craft Cocktail Recipes, by satnightfoodies

Nothing like having friends over to the house to get Kim working hard to create new drinks. This is one of my new favorites, the Saturday Night Foodies Cosmo Caliente! Close to a traditional Cosmopolitan but with some backend heat to get the party going. Here is the recipe: 4oz Premium Vodka 2oz Cranberry Juice […]

Test Kitchen – Crepes, with a Little Flare!

On April 26, 2010, in Savory, by satnightfoodies

Back into the test kitchen. This time it was all about the crepe. These are fun to make once you get the batter down! We started with a traditional savory batter then added some flare from there. This was a small batch and we learned a lot about making the crepe itself. It is amazing […]

Test Kitchen – The Perfect Panini

On April 18, 2010, in Test Kitchen, by satnightfoodies

One thing that people may not know about me is I have actually worked in a kitchen. When I was younger I worked my way from dishwasher to sous chef and then to manage my own kitchen. The only problem was that I was too young and burnt out after years of 60+ hour weeks. […]