We make the mistakes in the kitchen, so that you don't have to.
It’s Friday—let’s shake it up! It’s time to transform your mason jars into DIY cocktail shakers: http://bit.ly/1khy5aV

It’s Friday—let’s shake it up! It’s time to transform your mason jars into DIY cocktail shakers: http://bit.ly/1khy5aV

Just in time for spring! Cool, creamy icebox cheesecake meets a salty, pucker-inspiring margarita. We’re slicing (not sipping) into our magnificent Margarita Cake.

Just in time for spring! Cool, creamy icebox cheesecake meets a salty, pucker-inspiring margarita. 

We’re slicing (not sipping) into our magnificent Margarita Cake.

In honor of National Margarita Day, we’re slicing our way through a cool and creamy Margarita Cake. 

In honor of National Margarita Day, we’re slicing our way through a cool and creamy Margarita Cake. 

3 Tips For Strawberry Success
1. To pick a ripe strawberry, tear it open to see if the red pigment extends all the way to the core. Otherwise, take a whiff - the aroma should be sweet and fruity.
2. Hull a strawberry with a plastic drinking straw. Push the straw through the bottom of the berry and up through the leafy stem end to remove the core and leafy top.
3. Use a chopstick to slice perfectly fanned berries. Place a straight-sided chopstick on a cutting board. Position a strawberry in front of the chopstick. Holding the chopstick and the strawberry with one hand, slice through until the knife hits the chopstick. Continue making 1/8-inch-thick slices, fanning the slices on a plate.
Can’t get enough? We’ve got Frozen Strawberry Margaritas.

3 Tips For Strawberry Success

1. To pick a ripe strawberry, tear it open to see if the red pigment extends all the way to the core. Otherwise, take a whiff - the aroma should be sweet and fruity.

2. Hull a strawberry with a plastic drinking straw. Push the straw through the bottom of the berry and up through the leafy stem end to remove the core and leafy top.

3. Use a chopstick to slice perfectly fanned berries. Place a straight-sided chopstick on a cutting board. Position a strawberry in front of the chopstick. Holding the chopstick and the strawberry with one hand, slice through until the knife hits the chopstick. Continue making 1/8-inch-thick slices, fanning the slices on a plate.

Can’t get enough? We’ve got Frozen Strawberry Margaritas.