Garnish Tutorials
September 3, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
1.Pick your edible flowers (grow your own or buy them from local fruit/vege. stores) and give it a gentle wash. 2. Fill silicone ice cube trays with water . Using silicone ice cubes moulds work better than plastic ones (you’ll see why shortly). Semi-freeze the water. The time depends...
Garnish Tutorials
October 3, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
Today I’ll show you how to turn an apple into a turtle shell, rose, honeycomb and cactus. Before I bought these cookie cutters, I...
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March 7, 2019 BY One Drink A Day
If you are looking to improve your reach (reach = how many people see your content) on Instagram, post more videos. IG has previously...
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September 26, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
My previous article http://www.onedrinkadayblog.com/featured/beginners-guide-to-brand-collaborations/ focused on landing brand collaborations in exchange for free products. Today I want to show you how you can start earning money...
Garnish Tutorials
October 7, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
Dehydrated apple roses are a great make ahead garnish and can be stored for ages in an airtight container. By ages I mean at...
Garnish Tutorials
September 13, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
If you love tennis you need to make this garnish! An apple transforms into a tennis ball with the help of some cucumber. 1....
Garnish Tutorials
September 13, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
Using citrus peels to make a rose is legit the easiest thing you can do.  1. Choose your citrus. You’ll also need a vegetable...
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October 25, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
The team at Wild Hibicus Flower Co. have made these 6 amazing gin filled baubles. They gifted me a set as well as a...
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September 16, 2018 BY One Drink A Day
Many of you guys may already know that I don’t drink a lot of cocktails containing egg whites. However I made a gin sour...