7 Sexy Cocktails That Will Make You Blush

Chef Garbo

By Chef Garbo

Sexy Cocktails - Silk Stockings

7 Sexy Cocktails That Will Make You Blush

(For Valentines Day 2018)

Sexy Cocktails - Silk Stockings

Sexy Cocktails – Silk Stockings

Sexy cocktails for Valentine’s Day are sure to get your true love’s attention! What could be more seductive than a cocktail by the name of…

Silk Stockings or…
Between the Sheets or…
Sex on the Beach?

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San Francisco Personal Chef Garbo Presents a Festive Holiday Salad & Sparkling Mead Cocktail

Chef Garbo

By Chef Garbo

Personal Chef San Francisco - Chef Garbo -  Shaved Butternut Squash Salad

Shaved Butternut Squash Salad – Gluten Free

With Thanksgiving approaching I thought it fitting to present two simple yet elegant recipes in keeping with the spirit of the Holidays. I always love a fun cocktail to accompany my meals so I crafted a Fall inspired sipper combining apple cider and sparkling mead by Heidrun Meadery that’s paired with an autumn colored tossed green salad made from shaved butternut squash, peppery arugula & a grainy mustard vinaigrette. The light and refreshing bubbles of the sparkling mead cocktail is perfect with the salad. Enjoy!

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San Francisco Personal Chef Garbo Celebrates Summer’s Last Hurrah with Sexy Ribs & Boozy Pops

Chef Garbo

By Chef Garbo

Baby Back Pork Ribs with Bone Suck'n Sauce - Gluten Free

Baby Back Pork Ribs with Bone Suck’n Sauce – Gluten Free

Years ago I seduced my beau over a rack of ribs. Yup, I wore my food and it was love at first bite for him, regarding me. You can’t be too polite when it comes to eating bone suck’n ribs. You have to dive right in with gusto, and if it means getting the sauce on your face and in your hair, then so be it. I love ribs and I don’t mind wearing them either!

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Drinking Vinegars and Shrubs Hits Mixology

Chef Garbo

By Chef Garbo

Lime Serrano Shrub

Lime Serrano Shrub

We’re talking shrubs, preserved syrups made with fruits and vinegars, not the kind you find in your garden. Imbibing vinegars may not sound appealing when you desire a summer afternoon refresher but they are making a come back. A shrub is an-old fashioned syrup made by macerating fresh fruit in sugar and vinegar. It’s an extraordinarily fruity, tart and sweet mixture that dates back to Colonial times. Like salting and smoking meat in the pre-refrigeration days, preserving fruit in sugar and vinegar was a problem solving necessity. Put shrubs on your radar as you will likely find an inventive Mixologist at your local tavern offering creative concoctions using these syrups as an alternative to conventional lemons and limes.

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