Golden Eye Iced Coffee from Camille Styles Golden Eye Iced Coffee from Camille Styles

Turmeric milk is pretty tasty, so I’m excited to try this Golden Eye iced coffee.

Darling little Valentine-y camper (anyone have a source for this pic?).

These tiny gold disk earrings are just what I’ve been looking for.

Would love to check out the Alabama on Alabama show in SF – what unique and beautiful pieces!

How kindness became our forbidden pleasure (loved reading this – such a nice idea in a world gone crazy with internet mob justice).

Tom Hanks’ letter begging to be discovered when he was 18 – this kind of made my day.

Is it possible to get tired of s’mores? I don’t think so. Especially in the form of a s’mores custard cake.

 

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“Story writers say that love is concerned only with young people, and the excitement and glamour of romance end at the altar. How blind they are. The best romance is inside marriage; the finest love stories come after the wedding, not before.” – Irving Stone

 

Artwork by Arabella June  for Snippet & Ink. Some Words To Love By are available to purchase as prints in our Etsy shop!

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Add a little spice to your cocktail hour with the Paloma Picante – this week’s addition to our signature cocktail series. Original recipe from Paula LeDuc Fine Catering and photos by Josh Gruetzmacher.

 

 

Paloma Picante

Ingredients:

Riedel “o” glass
• 12 drops of PLDFC house-made thai chili tincture
• 1 oz. Mezcal
• 1 1/2 oz. Cocchi Americano
• .1/2 oz. Lime Juice
• 1/2 oz. honey syrup (orange blossom, 2:1)
• 1 1/4 oz. fresh grapefruit Juice
• Top with 1 oz. of club soda
• Sprinkle with black sea salt

Directions: Add chili tincture, mezcal, Cocchi Americano, Lime Juice, Honey Syrup and shake & strain. Top with 1 oz of club soda. Garnish with 2 thin grapefruit wheels and thai peppers. Sprinkle with black sea salt.

House-Made Thai Chili Tincture

In a clean, 8 ounce jar tightly pack fresh, de-stemmed Thai Chili Peppers. Cover completely with Wray & Nephew Overproof Rum. Seal with lid and store at room-temp for 2 weeks. Strain through a fine mesh strainer. Store in a clean jar (or transfer to eye-dropper bottles).

 

 

We’d love to see your creations! Share your homemade Coco Sofisticado on Instagram and tag us @snippetandink for a chance to be featured.

 

Josh Gruetzmacher and Paula LeDuc Fine Catering are Snippet & Ink Select vendors. 

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