We participate daily with communication using language learned since our earliest childhood. From text messaging to rap songs; we all bear witness and participate in the simultaneous corrosion, implosion, erosion, and explosion of the English language. While attempting to express ourselves within the confines of our educational upbringing and the boundaries of English grammar; we all face the hidden language embedded within global communications. With Elaine coining the phr
This Winter Cosmopolitan is a seasonal variation of the ever popular Cosmo; it’s equally delicious and especially beautiful during the holidays! Ingredients: 1.5 oz Vodka .75 oz Cointreau 1 Tbsp St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur ½ oz Fresh Lime Juice ½ oz Simple Syrup 1.5 oz White Cranberry juice For Garnish: 3 to 4 Frozen or Sugared Cranberries Mint Preparation: Combine ingredients over ice in shaker tin. Shake & strain into chilled martini glass. Garnish with frozen or sugar
Ready for a fun holiday beverage for the adults. Give this Irish Elf Slow Cooker Cocktail a try! Ingredients: 4 cups heavy whipping cream 4 cups milk 2 1/2 cups white chocolate chips 1 1/2 cups Green Mint Liqueur 1 cup Jameson Whipped Cream (optional) Instructions: Place heavy whipping cream, milk, chips, mint liqueur and Jameson into slow cooker Heat on Low Temp for 2 - 2 1/2 hours stirring occasionally Serve with whipped cream on top
This cocktail is easy to make, gorgeous to look at and is essentially a lovely cocktail glass of coconut cream with coconut rum sprinkled with powdered coconut. Coconut, coconut, coconut!! Ingredients: 1 1/2 ounces Malibu rum 3 Tbsp coconut cream 6 large ice cubes Instructions: Place ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Coat the rim of the martini glass with finely shredded coconut and chill. Pour into the chilled glass.
Slicing the rib-eye into a spiral is easier than it sounds - and a great way to flavor the entire roast, not just the outside! PREP: 30 mins TOTAL TIME: 3 hours 50 mins YIELD: Serves 6 to 8 INGREDIENTS: 1 large head garlic 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 cups packed flat-leaf parsley leaves (from 1 large bunch) 1/4 cup packed fresh sage leaves 1 tablespoon red-wine vinegar Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper 1 boneless rib-eye roast (4 to 5 pounds) INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat o
Produces decades of great skiers! There’s a hot spot for hip, young kids and they can’t seem to get enough of it. You’ll see them lined up, sparkling eyes surrounded by lashes with frozen snow and a smile a mile wide. These little faces are heading out for their first experience with the Big White Ski and Board School. The Ski School at Big White offers a host of programs to suit any age and level of young skier and boarder. It is not unusual to look back at pictures of c
Having Seconds May Actually Help You Lose Weight! And no, this is not a misprint. Don’t just survive, THRIVE THE HOLIDAYS! Unfortunately, many people are still under the impression they need fewer meals in order to lose or maintain their weight when really it’s all about the balance. And, as winter through to spring is literally an entire season of food, why not find out how to master those meals rather than skip them. Beginning with Christmas and stretching clear through