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The Heart of Ardent: Halloween Hooch: a Twisted Sour

In keeping with our history of sharing recipes, we’re back today with more Heart of Ardent: Halloween Hooch: a Twisted Sour.

This is a simple, fun, colorful cocktail that offers a bit of sweetness for adult guests or the parents of your trick-or-treaters. You can’t go wrong with a licorice straw…
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The Heart of Ardent: Election Night Cocktail Recipes

Election Night Cocktail Recipes

It’s not news that it’s U.S. Election time; the real news will be the results of course.
And how many people will be watching the show? Not just the voters, who have cast their ballots from around the world, wherever US citizens are living and working…
There’s going to be a lot of election parties, so I thought I’d post a couple fun original Ardent Pictures Election Night Cocktail Recipes for you.

Break a little tension with a touch of comic relief, perhaps…And if this election is not fun for you, and there is no party, then you may consider these recipes a prescription and hang on for dear life.

Can you guess which cocktail is for which candidate?

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A Tartan Ribbon for Hogmanay

As the clock winds down on 2015, I’ve been thinking about filmmaking in black and white, and in color, and the differences between them. My thoughts turned to my family and our Scottish New Year’s tradition of Hogmanay. In the past I’ve tried to explain to friends that historically, it was bigger in Scotland than Christmas, a fact that people seem to have trouble accepting. Continue Reading →