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While preparing to host a holiday hootenanny, I did what all modern party-throwers do and scoured the internet for inspiration. Before too long, I got caught up in the Christmas cocktails section of thebar.com (my favourite place for cocktail inspiration) and decided to challenge myself with a tried-and-true Eggnogg recipe. The result? So unexpectedly good I decided to throw in a little Lela London magic and share the concoction with y’all.

May I present… Recipe: The Best Eggnog, Ever Gingerbread eggnog 1. Make the eggnog as per TheBar’s recipe (link above). 2. Mix half a teaspoon of ground ginger and a tablespoon of molasses. Add it to the glass.

3. Rim your glasses with cinnamon sugar. 4. Add whipped cream as you like it.

Hot tip: coupe glasses will assist a pretty little whip-molasses overflow. To customize: I like to forgo the original recipe’s sugar syrup when I make the pimped up version but anyone with a sweet tooth should leave it as is! It’s Christmas, after all. No Comments Like any modern twenty-something, I felt I had enough cinematic experience to prepare me for my first trip to Las Vegas and while I wouldn’t say my naivety left me at a loss, I certainly didn’t imagine Vegas in its incredible entirety.

Parties? Sure. Gambling?

Sure. Wealth? You betcha.

The endlessly entertaining, relaxing, and somehow family-friendly city it is? Not at all. From an impromptu night partying with Calvin Harris to a day hiking the Grand Canyon, Vegas gave me everything I could have hoped for in the middle of the desert. And so much more. The vlog (above) and blog (below) will give you the low-down on my personal experience as well as a bit of a Vegas for Dummies (or Vegas 101, to be politically correct) at the bottom.

Enjoy! I am lucky enough to get invited to more than my fair share of events but rarely find myself wishing they wouldn’t end like I did at last week’s party with Bombay Sapphire. To launch the Bombay Sapphire New Traditions Christmas Collection (five artist-reimagined Christmas installations and Bombay Sapphire-filled cocktail collection), the brand took over Sushisamba and threw a holiday party to endorse boundary-breaking new traditions. Under the likes of Richard Clarkson Christmas Baubles and DBLG & Brooke Roberts Christmas Jumpers, we sipped on everything from hot gin mochas to the exquisitely reinvented G&T you see below; the likes of which I’ve managed to nab the recipes for, just a little further down!

Here’s to new traditions… Hot Gin Mocha Serves three Recipe: 120ml Bombay Sapphire 3 tsp caster sugar 75 ml Crème de Cacao 3 shots of strong espresso Long shavings of dark chocolate Method: 1. Combine the espresso with a teaspoon of sugar in a pan and heat 2. Add the measure of Bombay Sapphire 3. Followed by a serving of Crème De Cacao 4. When it reaches a simmer, remove from the heat 5.

Serve in suitable vessel, such as a mug or glass with handle 6. Finish with long shavings of dark chocolate. Winter Pine Twist Serves one Recipe: 50 ml Bombay Sapphire 125 ml Premium Tonic Water Pine sprig Cranberries Lime wheels Method: 1. Fill balloon or highball glass with ice. 2.

Add the measure of Bombay Sapphire followed by the premium tonic 3. Stir gently. 4. Garnish with lime wheels 5.

The finishing touches? A single pine sprig and a scattering of cranberries. See more – including the Stephen Hendee, Studio Boo, and Bompas & Parr installations – Bombay Sapphire’s Facebook page! The lifestyle blog of Lela London.

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Come be […] More PRESERVE The Issaquah Hatchery was was created to restore the historic salmon runs that once thrived in Issaquah Creek but had been destroyed by logging, coal mining, and other activities in the Issaquah Creek Basin. Home Visit the Hatchery What You Will See at the Hatchery Tours of the Hatchery Safety at the Hatchery Events & Parties Rent the Watershed Science Center Calendar of Events & Parties Education & Programs For Teachers and Schools For Parents: Camps & Programs Book a FISH Speaker Resources Get Involved Support FISH Become a FISH Member Become a FISH Volunteer About Fish FISH News & Updates Contact Information & Directions FISH & Its Mission Board of Directors History of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery Every fall the salmon return to Issaquah, and so, too, do thousands of young students and visitors, who come to see these magnificent fish return from their grueling journey at sea, to fight against the current and spawn in Issaquah Creek. The Issaquah hatchery is the most visited of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s hatcheries, with thousands of visitors every year. As the region grapples with change to the natural environment, FISH highlights the presence of salmon in Issaquah Creek to cultivate a sense of wonder about these remarkable fish. We strive to tell the story of salmon here in such a way that fosters a natural, life-long commitment to their wellbeing.

Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery is excited to welcome Robin Kelley as our new executive director. Robin who currently serves as the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce’s director of festivals and community engagement succeeds current FISH Executive Director Karen Kane. In early June, Karen informed the Board of Directors that she would […] More If you want to dive in to the fall salmon run, Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery has great opportunities for you! We are looking for volunteer tour guides to lead salmon tours on Issaquah Hatchery grounds weekdays and weekends from mid-September to mid-November. We also have docent opportunities at the Ballard Locks.

Come be […] More PRESERVE The Issaquah Hatchery was was created to restore the historic salmon runs that once thrived in Issaquah Creek but had been destroyed by logging, coal mining, and other activities in the Issaquah Creek Basin..

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