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The 2016 roller coaster ride is coming to an end. And if you, like us, have relished the happiest highs and survived the bluest blues, then you deserve a world-class cocktail.
We've gathered five Champagne-inspired cocktails from a few of our favorite blogs, starting with the classics and ending with a fun and fruity sparkler. Any one of these delicious drinks will help you say good bye to all that was rotten, give thanks for all that was good, and toast hello to a new beginning.
Classic Champagne Cocktail
by Boulder Locavore
"A simple cocktail that's easy to make but elevates your celebratory sipping." A cube of sugar, dash of bitters, and twists of citrus give your favorite Brut Champagne a festive look and sophisticated flavor. > Get the recipe here.
by Gimme Some Oven
Dry sparkling wine, gin, lemon juice and simple syrup combine to whisk you off to Paris in this classic, refreshing cocktail. > Get the recipe here.
What could be more festive than a margarita and your favorite bubbly?! > Get the recipe here.
Tangerine Sorbet Champagne Floats
by Completely Delicious
We were so excited to find this grown up float made with homemade tangerine sorbet and chilled sparkling wine! > Get the recipe here.
Blueberry Pomegranate Sake Champagne Sparklers
by Heather Christo
The combination of blueberry pomegranate simple syrup, sake and chilled sparkling wine make this a pretty and unique bubbly cocktail. > Get the recipe here.
Is NYE a cozy night in laughing and crying to When Harry Met Sally with your Harry or Sally? Are you hosting a dinner bash for family and friends? Or do you dress to the nines for a midnight cruise and toast under the fireworks? However you celebrate, magic can happen on New Year's Eve. It's a blessing, really, to be given this one night every year to look back on both our triumphs and our mistakes, to move forward, to set new goals, and to celebrate.
May 2017 bring you and yours much happiness, good health, and sweet success.
all of us at Jessie Steele XOXO
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Welcome to the official blog of Jessie Steele, Inc. 🎀
2016 marks our 15th holiday season, celebrating family and friends, femininity and style, happiness and home. We are so grateful to be a part of countless holiday memories.
Jessie's Great Great Grandchild, Clio, rolling out a batch of sugar cookies in her Retro Cherries Audrey Apron.
This time of year, we spend most of time in our favorite apron, covered in flour, testing new recipes and perfecting family favorites - like Grandma's Cocoons. (see recipe below!) Every year without fail Grandma would bake up a batch of these deliciously delicate bites of shortbread sugar cookie heaven. She filled her tins with layers of made-from-scratch Bourbon Balls, Walnut Fudge, Ambrosia and Cocoons. Every bite was pure joy and we never had a Christmas without.
Throughout the holidays, we are reminded of a time when cooking and baking for two or twenty was a celebration, and tying on an apron meant that love was the secret ingredient. We encourage the creativity of our children and grandchildren by showing them that the kitchen can be the heart of the home. With every new design and every collection of aprons, we celebrate the women from our past and those who inspire us in the present - because they are rich in tradition and fearlessly feminine.
Wishing you the happiest of holidays! XOXO
Recipe: Grandma's Cocoons
1/2 lb butter
2 1/2 C flour
3 Tbsp confectioner's sugar + more for rolling
1 C finely chopped pecans
1 tsp vanilla extract
In a large bowl, cream butter then add flour, sugar and vanilla. Stir to combine. Add pecans and mix briefly. By hand, pinch and roll a piece of dough about the size and shape of your little finger. Place cocoons on a greased cookie sheet. Bake 45 minutes in a slow oven (275-300F). While still hot, roll each cocoon in confectioner's sugar.
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