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Only you can decide the seasonal cocktail to rule them all by voting in Town & Country's drinking games.
While we here at T&C are fans of summer cocktails of all shapes, forms, and ABVs (remember kids, drink responsibly), with dozens of camps declaring their favorites the Drink of the Season, we thought it was time to come to a consensus on which concoction ...
 
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The tastiest wine cocktails, built for all-day sipping.
What's better than a glass of wine? A glass of wine with a snack of course. And if that snack happens to come in the form of delicious, alcohol-soaked fruit that brings its own special accent to the wine? So much the ...
 
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Take a cue from the desert haven where Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and Elvis Presley went to unwind.
The 1960s. In the golden age of Hollywood where glamour reigned supreme, decorating ones' home to feel as luxurious as a high-end hotel was de rigueur. And that aesthetic continues to inspire the interiors of homes today. After all, who doesn't love a ...
 
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It's now acceptable to talk about what were once taboo topics, such as political views and nose jobs.
It was the middle of the week, and I found myself in unfamiliar territory: an ultra glossy dinner party filled with young people or, to be more specific, younger people.Because we are friends, I will now admit the following: I only look ...
 
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Because entertaining is an art form.
It takes quite a lot to be the hostess with the mostest. You may know the best entertaining tricks, but could you, perhaps, be forgetting simple etiquette rules? Below, our tips to entertaining in the way of the world's best party hosts.Nothing ...
 
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Pull your palate out of hibernation with bright florals, zippy fruits, and fresh veggies in these unexpectedly cool cocktails.
We love a warm cocktail as much as anybody, but as the temperatures start to rise and flowers begin to bloom, our tastebuds crave something fresh to snap them out of hibernation. Whether you're looking for an Easter appropriate mimosa, a creative way to use ...
 
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The who's who of shindig-throwers in 2019 is out.
When Carla McDonald, a seasoned public relations exec, traded New York for Austin, TX in order to marry her husband Jack and start a family, she thought that keeping her hand in the marketing game would be a good thing, and initially ...
 
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Inside one man's quest to make all 1,200 of the Food Network star's dishes.
Trent Pheifer is on a mission to cook his way through beloved celebrity chef Ina Garten's repertoire, from honey bourbon vanilla cake, to sausage fennel rigatoni, to mustard-roasted fish.For four years, the 33-year-old New Yorker has been on a committed journey to ...
 
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Raising the bar after "I do."
Serving up signature drinks and giving your guests the chance to mingle with one another (embrace this special celebration that puts all of your loved ones together in one room!), a cocktail hour is a significant event between the ceremony and reception. ...
 
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Because you've got to have something to toast with at midnight.
Whether you're keeping things low key this year or watching the ball drop at a big bash, nothing says "Happy New Year" quite like a festive cocktail. We've rounded up our favorite sparklers, spritzes, and even a coffee-infused cocktail to keep you ...
 
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All the bubbly you should pop before (and after) the ball drops.
There's no bad time of the year to sip champagne, just like there's no bad time of the year to celebrate, but with prime champagne drinking season upon us, some tipplers can feel overwhelmed at the plethora of options. Whether you're looking for the ...
 
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These jars of gourmet goodness will add joy to your holiday table.
Need a gift for a fellow foodie? Or perhaps some new options for easy pop-and-serve appetizers for those last minute festive gatherings? These 13 jars of gourmet goodness will add joy to your holiday table.One of our favorite new additions to the ...
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