Coffee & Beverages

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  • Coffee & Beverages

    How to Infuse Alcohol with Summer Flavors

    You don’t have to be a mixologist to infuse a little extra fun into your summer with these easy (no, really, super easy) tips for deliciously different cocktails.

    By Valerie Liston
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    4 Vacation-Worthy Drinks You Can Make at Home

    Nothing says summer vacation quite like drinking a fruity beverage out of a pineapple. But slicing the prickly fruit can be a hassle, and canned just isn’t the same.

    By Emily Connelly
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    A Not-So-Basic Frosé for Your Next Barbecue

    We’re not ashamed to be jumping for joy when rosé season hits, and we certainly don’t discriminate against any rosé iterations, which means we welcome with open arms and mouths any rosé cocktail, or even a cooler concoction, frosé (frozen + rosé = frosé = YES).

    By Amalia Safran
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    Blackberry Hibiscus Spritzer with Tarragon by Snixy Kitchen

    Serve up this blackberry hibiscus spritzer that’s both refreshing and memorable for your Father’s Day BBQ or summer entertaining. Whether you’ve got a dad/husband who prefers creative drinks over beer (that’s mine!) or you just want to serve up a chilled summer non-alcoholic beverage that’s more exciting than soda or plain iced tea – this spritzer fits the bill. Though, a splash of sparkling wine in place of the sparkling water would be delicious too if that’s more your speed.

    By Snixy Kitchen
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    How To Make Iced Coffee Two Ways

    There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who love iced coffee so much they need it right now, and those who love iced coffee so much they’re willing to wait for it. (OK, I guess there are also people who don’t care for iced coffee, but I like to think it’s just that they haven’t found the right brew yet.)

    By Erin Meister
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  • Coffee & Beverages

    How to Make Your Own Latte Art for Mom

    Being a mom is more than a 9-to-5 job, which means it can often require more than an average amount of coffee to keep things running smoothly. While flowers and chocolate and handmade cards are always appreciated on Mother’s Day, we suspect there are quite a few moms out there who could really go for an extra boost on this special day—and the only thing that could make the perfect coffee even better is when it’s as beautiful as it is delicious. (more…)

    By Erin Meister
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    Clean Bean Machines: How To Give Your Coffee Equipment Some Necessary Cleaning Attention

    Spring is the time that everything in life gets a refresh. While the flowers start to bloom and baby birds start to chirp, your coffee equipment is also begging for some attention. Not only does it feel good to wipe away the grime and grit left by a winter of desperate brewing—because we all needed something hot and heavy to get us through those cold, dark mornings—but it also will noticeably make your coffee taste better.

    By Erin Meister
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    International (Coffee) Delights

    This is a cruel time of year. March can either be the doldrums—not quite yet spring but no longer winter—or the season when wanderlust sets in big time. While we can’t really help with the climate where you live, what we can do is help sate some of that latter craving by brewing up a few worldly, globally-inspired coffee drinks that don’t require a passport (but do appeal to a sense of adventure).

    By Erin Meister
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    How to Make Irish Cream at Home

    After Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day is my favorite holiday, and  I’ve been known to throw a celebration to mark the occasion (I once had 25 guests in my small New York City studio apartment).

    By Colleen Cleary
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  • Behind The Scenes

    Behind the Design: Space Saving Drying Rack

    OXO Tot was born out of necessity. In five years, 25 babies were born to OXO’s then 50 employees. Our engineers and product managers took the same curiosity-driven, problem-solving approach to parenthood (and the slew of gear that comes with it) as they did with creating household tools. Bib not catching crumbs, drips, and dribbles? Enter the Roll-Up Bib. What about a wipes dispenser that dispenses one wipe at a time instead of a handful at once? Try the PerfectPull Wipes Dispenser.

    By Rebecca Ulanoff
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    Ask OXOnians: Our Biggest Cooking Challenges

    When it comes to cooking, no two people are exactly alike (we’re pretty sure that’s what makes potlucks work so well). Chances are, though, you’ve run into a task (or many) that you find intimidating.

    By Emily Connelly
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    OXO February Challenge: Mastering Common Cooking Challenges

    February can be a slower month; the quiet after the holiday season, plus dreary weather and dropping temperatures can make it feel a little uninspiring. We decided to turn things around though, and take this month to inspire you to tackle some common cooking challenges (and fears). We’ll show you what OXOnians have overcome in the kitchen, good tips for mastering skills and new ways to get better dishes on the table. Follow along as we take on new skills every week this month.

    By OXO
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