Did you make yourself a batch of Island Adam’s Yucatan Shrimp and wonder what to do with the left-over butter? Do what I do: Put it in a container in the refrigerator and use it in place of butter until it’s gone. I use it for searing steaks, fish, and other seafood and also for Read More
This is The Cupcake Projects recipe for Mojito Curd, and if you can make this you are just a few more steps away from their Mojito Bars! See more mojito-related dessert recipes from The Cupcake Project on our Recipes page.
A mojito (pronounced mo-HEE-toe), one of Cuba’s oldest cocktails, comes from the African word mojo, which means to place a little spell. One rum distiller traces the drink’s roots to 1586, when Francis Drake and his pirates tried to sack Havana for its gold. While the invasion was unsuccessful, Drake’s associate, Richard Drake, was said Read More
Want to try a bolder mojito? This one is full of flavor… follow The Classic Recipe printed right on your mojito pitcher and: Substitute Unrefined Coconut Sugar or Raw Sugar for white sugar Substitute a dark rum (not spiced!) for white rum
Caipirinhas (cai·pi·ri·nha) are the national drink of Brazil, and you can think of them as a mojito without the mint, and instead of rum they use cachaça (kah·SHAH·sah). Great, what’s cachaça? Well it’s a lot like rum, except rum is made from molassas (a by-product of refining sugarcane juice) whereas cachaça is made directly from the sugar cane Read More
You can use your Perfect Pitcher Mojito Kit to make a Perfect Pitcher of Mint Juleps! Get ready for the Mojito Kit hack that will make you the KING OF DERBY DAYS!