With 4/20 just a day away, I can’t think of a better time to publish our Scooby Snack drink recipe. We’ve been getting a fair number of people looking for it, so I guess you could say this article is by popular demand. Why is it called a Scooby Snack anyway? This Scooby Snack recipe is pretty tropical tasting. Maybe it got its name because Shaggy and Scooby might enjoy it along with one of those godawful sandwiches they put together. Don’t worry, after the recipe, we’ll talk about some of the reasons why Scooby-Doo and Shaggy are believed to be hitting the bong in the back of the Mystery Machine.
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The legend of Lady Godiva is something that lives on almost a thousand years after the fact. Was her infamous ride something that actually took place, or is it all fabricated? We’ll discuss that after a bit, but for now, I want to talk about the Godiva martini that bears her name. That’s right, it’s Valentine’s Day, so there’s no better time to post our Godiva Truffletini recipe. For the sex symbol in your life, I can’t think of a better way to express your appreciation. Of wait, yes I can.
Teri Porter is a spitfire and a whirlwind of energy. This is only the second time I’ve met her, and I can already see this clearly. As I conduct our interview, Teri answers the phone about five times, prints up tabs, and greets a customer. Such is the life for the manager of The Distillery, a Midtown Sacramento bar and restaurant. But I have a feeling there’s no where else she would rather be than behind the bar, making people right at home.
If there is debauchery taking place in a bar outside of Midtown, then it’s very likely occurring at Rocky’s 7440 Club. “The 40”, as locals like to call it, has been a Sacramento icon for a couple of decades now. Every Sacramento native that has ever gone through a bar-hopping phase probably has a few great stories about the 40 to share, and if not, they need to go make some! If you have out-of-town guests you want to take on a wild night out, the 7440 Club is one of your best bets, and here’s why…
In the late 1990s, a revolutionary new drink took American bars by storm. At first, this concoction was dubbed a Red Bull Blaster, but gradually became known as the Jägerbomb. Like other “bomb-shot” drinks, the Jäger Bomb is guzzled as fast as possible after dropping a shot of liquor into a glass of something carbonated, in this case, energy drinks. Let’s examine why this drink in particular has become so popular.
Wait—we’re talking about the mixed drink, aren’t we?
Every summer day in Sacramento, on the American River, hundreds, if not thousands of people flock to the banks of the American River to grab their rafts in one hand and an ice-cold brew in the other. The main objective of this throng is to float down the river, enjoying time with friends and a good buzz. Recently, I took some time to partake in the experience known as beer floating.