Hello food finders. Try our Mojito to cool that Summer heat.

Our mojitos are a quick, easy, and refreshing.


Fresh mint


Sugar to taste

Lemon Lime Soda



Start by muddling some mint with your sugar and a teaspoon of fresh lime juice. I like muddling in my shaker as it keeps all you ingredients in place and comes in handy for shaking your cocktail later. The muddling process along with using granular sugar really brings out the aroma and taste of your mint.

Once you have a nice mint paste, add ice, and equal parts rum and soda. Shake and pour. I like to leave the mint leaves in my cocktail, but feel free to strain yours. Enjoy!


Hello Westchester Food Finders!

With the Holidays approaching one of our readers reached out and asked If I could share a quick and easy cocktail that she can serve at a small party she is hosting.

Aimee from Bedford, let me introduce you to the Pear Sparkle.

Grab a pitcher or simply leave out the champagne flutes; The Pear Sparkle is easy to prep in bulk or a la carte, which makes it a great cocktail for entertaining.


Pear Liquor or a pear flavored Cognac or Brandy

Pear of choice, Sliced. (Pear needs to be hard. Too soft and the pear will fall apart when you soak it in the liquor)

Prosecco, Champagne, or sparkling wine of choice.


Slice your pear and place the slices in a container with one ounce of liquor for each slice. Soak your pear for 2-4 hours. Too short of a soak, and the liquor will not have enough time to take on the added flavor. Too long of a soak and you end up with a mushy pear!

Add a slice of “marinated” pear and one once ounce of the soaking liquid into a champagne flute. Top with bubbly of choice, mix and serve.

If you want to make a kid friendly or alcohol free version, simply add a sliced pear soaked in simple syrup to your flute and top off with a half seltzer, half apple cider mixture.