Santa needs something to keep him warm on those long winter journeys when the reindeer are driving — Santa’s Sangria, perhaps, from Cabo Wabo Cantina at the Miracle Mile Shops. It’s a blend of sauvignon blanc with D’usse Cognac, white cranberry juice and blackberry puree topped with club soda and garnished with fresh cranberries and rosemary, and it’s $12. Other holiday cocktails at Cabo Wabo are the pomegranate margarita, with Cazadores Blanco tequila, triple sec, lime juice and sweet-and-sour mix in addition to pomegranate juice, and a warm apple cider mixed with Bacardi Anejo Cuatro, Fireball, salted caramel syrup and lemon juice, also $12 each.
The Las Vegas restaurant closed more than 20 years ago, but the recipe for seasoned cottage cheese dip lives on.
Freed’s Bakery starts with vanilla cake, decorates it with blue icing and a dorsal fin, and adds strawberry-puree filling.
Celebrity chef Robert Irvine, who has a restaurant at Tropicana, hosts military families associated with TAPS, or Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
Near constant competition takes away from former emphasis on education, he says.
New data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the harvest topped 58.2 million pounds last year, the highest total since 2011.
Summer fruits are served fresh, baked, caramelized or made in jam.
The rapper brings his “Let Love Have the Last Word” tour to The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall on Saturday.