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February 22, 2019

This golden milk recipe is almost vegan, except for the use of honey. Turmeric (specifically the curcumin in turmeric) is said to have a lot of health benefits, including anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This recipe is a great way to get a delicious and healthy dose of turmeric! 

The turmeric I used for this recipe is from Diaspora Co. It's single-origin, ethically sourced, and sustainably produced, and it's absolutely delicious. Another can be...

January 19, 2019

Happy New Year! I know a lot of people are participating in #dryjanuary this year, so I though I'd provide a few non-alcoholic cocktail recipes over the next couple of weeks that are just as special as their boozy counterparts! Some will be variations on classic cocktails, while others will be unique. First up: The Salty Pup, a variation on one of my favorite citrusy cocktails- The Salty Dog:

I used pomelo instead of grapefruit as the base for this recipe be...

November 28, 2018

There are a few basics that go into candle making; the containers, the wicks, the fragrances, and the wax. At Glass Goat Soy Candles, we use 100% soy wax to make our candles. Soy wax has a lower melting point than paraffin wax, so it burns more slowly and evenly than paraffin candles. Paraffin wax may be easier to pour, but it makes for a lower quality candle which will often leave behind an dark residue when burnt called petro-soot. Soy wax candles are com...

October 26, 2018

Hello everyone! I'm excited to announce the start of a new blog series in which guest contributors will be sharing some of their favorite things ahead of the holiday season. I hope that this series will serve as a wonderful gift guide. We'll have lots of varying points of view and plenty of lovely suggestions! Everyone will be sharing a little bit about themselves, their favorite thing, and why they love that item. All the items will be available, either on...

June 24, 2018

I found these beautiful sweet pea leaves, flowers, and tendrils at the Magnolia Farmers Market yesterday and I really wanted to come up with a way to use them in a cocktail. Mt first thought was a gin & tonic, and I went from there. The result is a semi-sweet, very fresh tasting cocktail that gets its brightness from a quick pea leaf simple syrup. There's a lot less sugar in the simple syrup than in a classic simple syrup, since most of the sweetness comes...

April 11, 2018

Market to Glass recipe featuring Hendricks gin, Britt's Pickles brine, and thyme

January 10, 2018

We're very excited about our collaboration with Al's Wine and Whiskey in Armory Square in Syracuse, NY. We worked with our favorite Syracuse bar to come up with some great leather and glass merchandise and gift sets perfect for fans of the bar! The items are currently available exclusively online in our Etsy shop. CLICK HERE to visit the Al's Wine and Whiskey Etsy page. Here are a few of our favorite Al's Wine and Whiskey x Glass Goat items. 

December 2, 2017

These homemade peppermint patties are my new favorite thing. They taste just like the York kind, but even better. We're currently working on a recipe using honey as a sweetener, so be on the lookout for that! But for now, here's the original recipe:

1/4 cup softened butter

1/3 cup light corn syrup

1/2 tsp peppermint extract (I like Frontier Co-op's organic Mint Extract)

3 cups powdered sugar

2 cups dark dipping chocolate

· Mix butter, corn syrup, peppermint extra...

June 13, 2017

I love using Dry Sparkling's sodas in my cocktail recipes. They're pretty subtle tasting and never too sweet, and I find they work especially well with fresh ingredients. This recipe uses the Dry Rhubarb, along with fresh peppermint and gin. Super simple and refreshing for a hot summer day. I build this cocktail in the glass, similar to a mint julep, because I don't want to lose any of the peppermint oils after crushing. 

The mermaid stemless wine glasses pi...

April 12, 2017

This is my first attempt at making flavored meringues, but they turned out quite well! They were surprisingly easy (although time consuming.) I used very fresh eggs -like from this morning- and I think it may have actually made the whisking more difficult. I hand-whisked mine but you can, and probably should, use a stand mixer. I made two batches, one with just vanilla and one rose flavored. Follow the instructions separately for each batch.


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