2 ounces bourbon or rye
1-ounce sweet vermouth
3 dashes aromatic bitters
Stir and strain into a coupe glass.
Garnish with a lemon twist and cherry.
Serve straight up, without ice.
Happy Friday, ladies! We're headed into the weekend in casual chic style. And if it’s September, then it’s time for football. And even better, football parties! I had such fond memories of football season from my youth when my older brother played Pee Wee football all through Varsity in high school.
The weekend was always devoted to game day! My brother was always dished up a serving of steak for extra protein on Friday night before the game. The rest of the family would head to Burger King, which was quite a treat back in the day! Saturdays were filled with sounds of marching bands and the crowds roaring if their team scored, all from the comfort of our family room where the T.V. blared one college football game after another.
I grew up in Nebraska, where the Cornhuskers reigned supreme under the tutelage of Devaney and Osborne. But our true love was the Iowa Hawkeyes, where my dad went to school, and so did yours truly.
Today, we're heading into the weekend in casual chic style with a pair of faux leather leggings from Talbots
The leggings are modeled, and I pulled together 2 alternates
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If you’re headed to a football game or even if you are at home (like me) watching on the big screen, this outfit will serve you well. Its relaxed fit is oh so comfy, but it’s still put together and polished. A houndstooth sweater vest is popped over an oversized Shirt (limited sizes, similar here and here) and paired with faux leather pants with side zip and fun detail - a Ponte knit side panel added for extra comfort. Add a pair of black mules that are perfect dupes for the iconic Gucci Princetown mules, and this outfit is ready for game day.
These days I live in SEC territory and, more specifically, Georgia Bulldog country. GO DAWGS! So it's great fun to follow the Dawgs this year on their quest for another Championship. And while we’re watching the game, it’s always nice to whip up an easy recipe to serve friends and family.
This is when I love owning a slow cooker. Today’s Slow Cooker Whiskey Meatballs couldn’t be easier to throw together, and my, oh my, are they delicious! Oscar was so good during the photo shoot that he scored a meatball (or two)!
This recipe has only 6 ingredients! It’s great for parties and football games. If there are any leftovers, serve it as your main dish the next day with mashed potatoes.