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RECIPE :: HARISSA SWEET POTATOES

Harissa Sweet Potatoes by coco+kelley_1

For our Moroccan brunch we made two dishes – one of which is super easy and something I could easily see whipping up for a side dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner! The combination of sweet, salty and spicy is total perfection… Harissa Sweet Potatoes // serves 4 Ingredients :: 2 medium yams or sweet potatoes, diced 1-2 […]

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QUEEN OF HEARTS COCKTAIL :: THE ROYAL BLUSH

the royal blush cocktail coco+kelley1

We never throw a party around here without bringing you a signature drink to bring to the table! So, for our Queen of Hearts, we dreamed up a unique cocktail with a little bite… Of course the name plays homage to our game night theme, our muse, and the gorgeous color of this strawberry infused […]

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HOLIDAY COCKTAILS :: CHAMPAGNE ETOILE

The Etoile coco+kelley champagne cocktail recipe1

Last week we brought you a delicious whiskey and cider concoction as a part of our holiday cocktail series. But, for those who prefer a different kind of bubbly… we’ve come up with a second recipe to serve at your fabulous holiday events. The Champagne Etoile… Named after the beautiful china we used in our tabletop (and […]

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    1. Mahala

      This drink blends IMHO the most sublime flavours on the planet. It will be served at my house for a special birthday party very soon. Thanks for sharing such a delicious treat!

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HOLIDAY COCKTAILING :: THE BOURBON ÉPICE

coco+kelley cocktails the bourbon epice

In my opinion… there’s no better time for whiskey cocktails than winter. So, when we decided to come up with a pair of signature drinks for the little holiday soiree we featured yesterday, it was no surprise that whiskey be the base for both! Today, we bring you a drink we’ve called The Bourbon Épice […]

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  1. Emily L

    Just tried this with a couple differences based on what I had available – used rye whiskey, cardamom bitters, slightly less lemon and slightly more simple syrup. Pretty tasty! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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HALLOWEEN COCKTAILS :: THE POISON IVY

halloween cocktail bar coco+kelley

If you ask for a Poison Ivy at a bar, you’ll get some nasty little sweet concoction. Don’t do it. This lovely recipe, however is not that drink. Adapted from the Poison Ivy cocktail that seemed to be passed from bar to bar in LA (I remember having it at Fraiche before it closed), this […]

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