Wednesday, November 30, 2011

It's Okay, We Still Have ReRuns. And Booze.

And drinking games to get us through the season!

Have you noticed how long these "mid-winter breaks" in the TV line-up are getting? Resourceful Cocktail Puppies can queue up past episodes of their favourite shows for a little fun at the bar.

This drinking game is from and features one of my favourite shows - Supernatural!

Time to cozy up with those Winchester Boys for a little fun, if you know what I mean. 

Heather and I will be at the bar drinking with our favourite monster-fighters.

Care to join us?

Cue up some past episodes of Supernatural and drink to the coming apocalypse. 

Which apocalypse is up to you.

 Cheers to you!


Drink every time Dean drinks.

Drink every time the Winchester Brothers have a serious discussion that ends with Sam lying and Dean pretending to believe him.

Drink every time you hear AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Blue Oyster Cult, or Deep Purple. Dean's ringtone counts.

Drink every time you see a tattoo.

Drink every time Bobby says "idjit."

Drink every time Castiel doesn't get the joke.

Drink every time Sam gets choked.

Drink every time Dean gets thrown across a room.

Drink every time someone loses a weapon.

Drink every time a female character dies.

Drink every time Sam and Dean refer to each other by name, even when there's no one else in the room. 

Click here for more TV drinking games.

We trust you know your limits. 


Sunday, November 20, 2011


Could any girl who grew up in the 80's, watched the Karate Kid over and over and over again, and dreamed daily of Ralph Macchio while singing Cruel Summer resist making this drink?  Yeah.  I didn't think so.
adapted from 400 Blender Cocktails
makes 2

2 bananas
2-4 Tbs. freshly squeezed lime juice
1/4 c. confectioners' sugar
4 oz. white, amber, or dark rum
6 ice cubes

Blend everything in the blender on high speed.  (Start with the lesser amount of lime juice and add more to taste.)  Pour into glass and serve.  I garnished with a few banana slices.

Friday, November 18, 2011


Of course this has never happened to me..... okay, maybe up to the exotic dances stage... but I'll never tell!

Borrowed, with love, from George Takei's Facebook page.

Bottoms up!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Hanging on to Summer with Pina Coladas

It's November and so yeah...we're meant to start feeling the cooler temperatures. But sometimes you just aren't ready to wave goodbye to warm breezes. Try and hang on to the season by imbibing tropical drinks. Can't hurt!

This pina colada was so thick you could have eaten it with a spoon.

There is, evidently, a big difference between Coco Lopez's Cream of Coconut and Coconut milk. Yes....that's a no-brainer just reading it don't realize just how big a difference until you prepare a pina colada with the cream. Wow.

2 ounces Coco Lopez ® Cream of Coconut
2 Ounces pineapple juice
1½ ounces Myers Platinum white
1 cup of ice

Instructions anyone can follow. Mix in blender until smooth.

Frozen goodness.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Maker's 46™ Latte

Thanks to Maker's Mark for submitting this delicious holiday coffee cocktail to get us in the mood! 

Maker's 46™ Latte
by Gary Anza, Chef, Bistro 33


    1 part Maker’s 46™ Bourbon
    2 tablespoons fresh finely ground espresso
    4 parts spring water
    3 parts + 1 ounce organic whole milk
    1/2 cup ice cubes
    1/2 part vanilla vodka
    1 rock candy swizzle stick
    Fresh ground nutmeg

Prepare espresso in stove-top espresso maker. Bring 3 parts milk in a small saucepan or Turkish coffee pot to boil. Mix espresso and milk in coffee mug. Add Maker's 46™ Bourbon. Pour vanilla vodka foam* over espresso milk mixture. Add swizzle stick and pinch of nutmeg. Stir and enjoy.

*Vanilla vodka foam

Add vanilla vodka and 1 part milk to small shaker with ice. Shake vigorously until frothy.

Extra Notes:

Chef Gary recommends this as an after-dinner indulgence or brunch accompaniment. The vanilla vodka pairs well with the natural vanilla notes in the Maker’s 46™ Bourbon, and the rich espresso flavor is a perfect match for its smoky undertones.