Category Archives: Beverages
We were sad to see Holly’s Own Deli and Restaurant close, as it had been a place where we had met up with friends many times for dinner and music over the course of several years… As the restaurant sat … Continue reading
We recently stopped in for lunch at El Rayo Taqueria while spending the day in Portland’s Old Port. Our initial plan was to try a restaurant that was new to us, but since we arrived hungry at just after 2 … Continue reading
It’s officially a month past Christmas, but I’m still enjoying the contents of my Christmas stocking–especially the warm winter beverages. Here are two of my favorites:
For Christmas we received a bottle of alcohol removed Champagne; perfect for New Years Eve! Thanks again, Katie & Tim!
With the holidays just around the corner, Martinelli’s sparkling cider usually makes it to the table. It is now available in a few blended varieties including pomegranate, grape, and cranberry. The grape blend, shown below, is nice with cheese and … Continue reading
I love a glass of red every now and again, or a seasonal microbrew by the campfire, but there are times when these beverages just aren’t appropriate or healthful choices… In my search for interesting, not-too-sweet adult beverages of the … Continue reading
This is my first guest post here at Kellie’s Belly. I’m the oft-mentioned husband/partner who tags along with Kellie on her gastronomic adventures. Though I’m a big fan of eating food, I’m not terribly adept at preparing it. For this … Continue reading
The picture below is one of the few indoor pictures we took while visiting Montreal. In fact, it might be the ONLY indoor picture taken with my camera due to extreme camera shyness brought on by the event described below…
After making another batch of homemade yogurt, I wanted to try making a different variety of smoothie. This one is inspired by a recipe for pumpkin pie milkshakes, but is a much more healthful choice.
This year, one of my teaching partners gave me a wonderful Christmas present of herbal products from Common Folk Farm in Naples, Maine.