Simple Crepes

Aba (dad) we want crepes, is a phrase i hear a few times a week. Crepes sound fancy and seem hard to make but they are not! And even though it is ...

Hemingway in Kochi

Hemingway is believed to have discovered this daiquiri when he was in Havana. He once said, “Don’t bother with churches, government buildings or ci...

Silan & Za'atar Roasted Chicken

When you make chicken every week you need to think of some new flavor combinations or else you get some funny faces from your family members! I lo...

Soixante Quinze Cocktail

This version of the classic French 75 cocktail (Soixante Quinze is French for seventy-five), uses simple syrup infused with our Mishmish N.33 blen...

Lemon in the Coconut

Unlike Harry Nilsson, who “put a lime in the coconut”, I've chosen lemon, and hope you'll “drank ‘em bot’ up” in this tropical rum punch.

Cranberry Agrodolce

Agrodolce is Italian for sweet and sour. This recipe uses fresh cranberries and apple cider vinegar infused with Luberon N4 for a new take on a Tha...

Boozy Hot Chocolate

Our spiced chocolate chips make a great drinking chocolate (they are designed to melt smoothly). I have an extensive home bar and spent some time e...

Spiced Irish Coffee

Here's a drink that many people claim to have come up with. I first came across it at The Buena Vista Cafe in San Francisco, which is famous for it...

Oil Cured Labneh

These delicious treats are so easy to make yourself. All you need is yogurt, time, and good olive oil. The last for months in the fridge, and are g...

Tepache

I find that pineapple is great this time of year, and was always a bit sad that you had to waste the rind. A good friend of mine introduced me to t...

Gold Fashioned

A simple twist on a classic Old Fashioned, using date syrup in the place of sugar and our golden-yellow Mishmish N33 blend instead of cocktail bitt...

Limonana

This is a classic beverage throughout the Middle East, and a very popular summer drink in Israel. Unsurprisingly, it’s traditionally made without a...