Grenadine is a bar staple that makes its way into a lot of classic beverages, from the Shirley Temple mocktail to the Prohibition-era Mary Pickford to the scotch-forward Crow. It adds sweetness and a distinctive red hue to the drinks which feature it. But, what, exactly, is grenadine? Keep reading to find out, and also for a full recipe to make this crimson syrup at home.
Every year, the American Library Association releases a list of the Top 10 Most Challenged Books of the previous year. This year, I am setting a personal goal to read all 10 of the Top 10 Most Challenged Books of 2020, and I'd like to invite you to join me.
A year ago, Mary and I began Briarbook Lane, and I began to post here on my little corner of the site. It's been a real roller-coaster of a year; a lot happening in the world, and a lot happening with me, personally. What did this first year of blogging here look like for me? Let's take a look, and consider what to expect moving into the second year of this blog.
Elizabeth Wilcox. Writer, Avid Role-Player, Amateur Mixologist. Survivor.