How to make a gimlet cocktail 2 WAYS! Classic and easy gin cocktail recipe using three ingredients at home: gin, lime juice, simple syrup. Watch until the end for the modern cocktail recipe: The Eastside Cocktail from New York.
The Bramble Cocktail! A delicious gin recipe that you will fall in love with! This drink is inspired by my experience at Little Branch Bar in NYC, where they used muddled blackberries vs. straining. But in my opinion, that’s what makes it so good. It’s a drink and a snack!
I’m so excited to share with you the first video from the cocktail series that I have been filming! I’ve been enjoying a drink (or two) lately at home, but it’s always more fun to drink with friends! And a Moscow Mule is always an easy drink to make!
Stick around for the SURPRISE BONUS cocktail at the end of the video!
Just because I am cooking from home, doesn’t mean I can’t elevate my kitchen skills to make a restaurant quality dish!! I don’t know if I had more fun cooking or eating these two delicious fish dishes.
First Course: Sesame Crusted Tuna with Bok Choy and Tomato Hot & Sour Second Course: Seared Local Black Cod with Forbidden Rice, & Thai Yellow Coconut Curry Sauce both served to a a very hungry diner… ME!
Special thanks to Riviera Seafood Club! Using fish from this family business dedicated to quality, sustainability, & supply chain transparency makes all the difference!
I have been watching Justine’s passion, drive, & excitement for baking even before her bakery was a concept! I’m convinced those three ingredients are what make Justine’s vegan pastries, pies, cakes, & cinnamon rolls so delicious!
Well, after three years of building a space, hard work behind the scenes, while baking incredible cakes and pastries from her apartment, JustWhatIKneaded is opening this week!!! Enjoy this FIRST LOOK, because Justine Hernandez she’s the next big thing in the LA pastry world!
One of the highlights from my trip to Maui was dining at Chef Sheldon Simeon’s Lineage. Each dish celebrated his family’s roots, told a story from his past, tasted incredible, & welcomed me into a beautiful shared dining experience!
What I ate in this episode: Mai’a Tai Cockatil Dim Sum Cart Goodies featuring Local Banchan, Cone Sushi, & Pipikaula Poi Mochi Oyster Maui Flying Saucer Smoke Meat Squid Lu’au Filipino Cereal
As always thank you to Connor Pledger for Original Jessie Eats Music!
I made sure to try Chef Sheldon Simeon’s Tin Roof while on the island of Maui. I loved this neighborhood spot preparing local classics! Each dish had a combination of flavors from so many different cultures, showcasing the heart and taste of the community!
(Stay tuned for an episode featuring his other restaurant Lineage coming soon!)
I drank my breakfast at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge! I had so much fun checking out the new Disney dining options, especially the drinks at Olgas Cantina! “The Outer Rim” & “Fuzzy TaunTaun” were definitely out of this world drinks!