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The Modern Chef: Festive Cocktails For July 4th

June 29th, 2016 - By Kweli Wright
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In the spirit of the 4th of July, here’s a patriotic themed menu of festive cocktails and wines for the upcoming holiday.  How about the red-topped Maker’s Mark bourbon, or a crisp, refreshing white wine from California’s first wine-making family Trinchero Napa Valley? And for the blue, the all-American (and all-natural) Ménage à Trois Vodka. Enjoy these cocktails for July 4th responsibly.

 

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Maker’s Mark, $25

Maker’s Mark is the whisky darling of the south that honors its rich American history by crafting its bourbon the very same way its founders did. Fastidious about tradition, every step of the process remains just as it was over sixty years ago– from the grains to the hand dipped red-wax seal. There’s no better classic spirit to enjoy on America’s birthday.

Red, White & Bluegrass State

Nothing is more Americana than America’s native spirit – bourbon! Raise a glass this 4th with with Kentucky’s darling, Maker’s Mark.

2 parts Maker’s Mark® Bourbon

2–3 large blackberries

½ part raspberry liqueur

2 parts ginger ale

Muddle 2 or 3 large blackberries in an Old Fashioned glass with a splash of raspberry liqueur. Add in equal parts Maker’s Mark® Bourbon and ginger ale. Stir gently. Top off with ice.

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Ménage à Trois, $20

Keep to the theme of red, white and blue by featuring the clean and smooth Ménage à Trois Vodka at your patriotic shindig. This vodka is all-American made and makes some light and delicious cocktails to enjoy  under the sparkling sky on the 4th of July.

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A Fiery Ménage

By Niccole Trzaska of The Liberty, NYC, NY

Show your pride this Independence Day with this mouthwatering mix of refreshing ingredients and gluten-free California-made vodka.

1 ½ parts Ménage à Trois Triple Berry Vodka

¼ part cinnamon simple syrup

½ part lemon juice

¼ part wild berry syrup

5 parts dry sparkling wine (such as Ménage à Trois Prosecco)

Add all ingredients over ice. Shake and strain into a champagne flute, top with Champagne. 

 

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Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak, $40

 

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The American Dream
Created by Beverage Director Joel Cuellar, The Brandy Library

Salute your stars & stripes with a historical spirit that has an American twist.

2 parts Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak
1/3 part Cherry Heering
1/3 part Dry Vermouth

Stir all ingredients together, pour in a stemless snifter and add 4 ice cubes. Garnish with a Cognac-marinated cherry bits-sprinkled caramel cracker.

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 Trinchero Napa Valley Mary’s Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, $25

Celebrate the Fourth with this refreshing white wine that is well-balanced with beautifully ripe tropical fruit. Trinchero Napa Valley is the premium and namesake brand of the pioneering Trinchero family (founders of the iconic Sutter Home), and their Sauvignon Blanc is the ultimate wine to sip on throughout Independence Day soirées.

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Mullan Road Cellars’ Red Wine Blend, $42

Honor another part of this country with Mullan Road Cellars. Paying tribute to some Pacific Northwest history and brought to us by established vintner Dennis Cakebread, this Walla Walla based Bordeaux-style red blend pairs perfectly with any BBQ dish you’re enjoying at your grill-out celebration.

Alternatives To Coffee To Drink During The Workday For More Energy And Less Stress

May 2nd, 2016 - By Meg Butler
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Did you know that most of us will spend over $1,000 on Starbucks before this year is over? Most of us are looking for a little pick-me-up when it comes to facing a long day at work. And while coffee is one of the most popular drinks in America when it comes to increasing energy, it isn’t the only beverage it pays to drink at work.

Coffee may give you a caffeine boost, but that’s not all most of us need to get through a day at our desks. Whether you need to stay calm while dealing with an influx of assignments at work, build up your energy (without compromising your sleep at night), or do what you can to keep from snapping at your co-workers, there are lots of drinks that are perfect for a long day at work. And no worries, they don’t require a coffee pot or coffee cup to make.

Entertaining Guide: Winter Weather Blues Begone with Warm Cocktails

February 26th, 2016 - By MommyNoire Editor
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Cheers to another lovely weekend. It’s safe to say we can’t take another day of the extreme winter we’ve had this year, and we can take is step further and assume we’d all love to toast to these last weeks of winter. So ladies, even though it’s cold outside, we can most certainly take the initiative to be warm inside … with toasty drinks. Check out this list of recipes to kick off the crusade called – Winter Weather Blues Begone with Warm Cocktails. Take a look, share and enjoy.

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Cinnamon Bun Hot Buttered Rum

Ingredients:

For the Spiced Simple Syrup:
1 cinnamon stick
4 cloves
1/2 lemon
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup water
For the Cinnamon Batter:
8 tablespoons (1 stick) butter, room temperature
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
6 ounces rum
16 ounces boiling water

Instructions:
For the Spiced Simple Syrup: Combine cinnamon, cloves, lemon, sugar, and water in a small saucepan and bring to a simmer over medium heat, stirring frequently. Cook until sugar has melted, remove from heat, and allow to cool to room temperature before straining. Syrup can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

For the Cinnamon Batter: In a small bowl mash together butter, brown sugar, and ground cinnamon, and mix until all the ingredients are evenly incorporated.

Divide batter between 4 mugs; pour 1 1/2 ounces of rum into each mug, followed by 1 teaspoon spiced simple syrup. Pour 6 ounces boiling water in each mug and stir until batter is dissolved. Serve hot garnished with cinnamon sticks.

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Peppery Ginger Cider

Ingredients:

8 ounces apple cider
4 ounces bourbon
3 ounces ginger liqueur, such as Domaine de Canton
Lemon juice to taste
4 Luxardo cherries
Cracked black pepper

Instructions:
Bring cider and bourbon to a simmer in small saucepan. Stir in ginger liqueur and add lemon juice to taste. Divide cherries between 2 heatproof glasses or mugs and pour in cider combination. Sprinkle with pepper and serve immediately.

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Bacon, Bourbon, and Hazelnut Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

4 thick-cut slices of bacon
1/2 teaspoon corn starch
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
pinch kosher salt
3 cups whole milk
4 ounces milk chocolate chips
4 ounces bittersweet chocolate chips
4 ounces Frangelico
4 ounces Bourbon
Whipped cream and chopped toasted hazelnuts for garnish

Instructions:
Cook bacon in a large, heavy-bottomed skillet over medium-low heat until crisp and rendered. Transfer bacon to a paper towel-lined plate. Pour fat into a small bowl and stir in corn starch with a fork.

In medium saucepan, stir cocoa with sugar and salt. Stir in reserved bacon fat/corn starch mixture, milk, milk chocolate, and bittersweet chocolate. Heat over medium heat until, stirring constantly, until chocolate is melted and mixture is hot. Gently whisk to completely homogenize mixture.

Add Frangelico and bourbon. Pour into individual serving cups. Top with whipped cream, chopped toasted hazelnuts, and a strip of bacon. Serve immediately.

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Spicy Aztec Hot Chocolate with Chili, Cinnamon, and Mezcal

Ingredients:

1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
pinch kosher salt
2 cups whole milk
6 cinnamon sticks
1 whole dried ancho chile pod, split
8 ounces bittersweet chocolate chips
5 ounces mezcal
Chile powder, cocoa nib, and/or dark chocolate shavings for garnish

Instructions:
In medium saucepan, stir cocoa with sugar and salt. Stir in milk, 2 cinnamon sticks, ancho chile, and bittersweet chocolate. Heat over medium heat until, stirring constantly, until chocolate is melted and mixture is hot. Gently whisk to completely homogenize mixture. Simmer over low heat, whisking occasionally, until fragrant, about 10 minutes. Carefully drain and discard chile and cinnamon sticks

Return to pot and add mezcal. Heat through. Using a hand blender, a milk frother, or a whisk, beat chocolate until foamy, then divide into four glasses. Garnish with chile powder, cocoa nib (or chocolate shavings), and a cinnamon stick. Serve immediately

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Orange Pisco Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
pinch kosher salt
3 cups whole milk
4 ounces milk chocolate chips
4 ounces bittersweet chocolate chips
3 ounces Grand Marnier or Cointreau
4 ounces pisco or rum
4 (2-inch) segments orange zest
Whipped cream and candied orange peel garnish

Instructions:
In medium saucepan, stir cocoa with sugar and salt. Stir in milk, milk chocolate, and bittersweet chocolate. Heat over medium heat until, stirring constantly, until chocolate is melted and mixture is hot. Gently whisk to completely homogenize mixture.

Add Grand Marnier and pisco or rum. Divide into four serving cups. Rub rim of each cup with orange zest. Top with whipped cream, candied orange peel, and orange zest. Serve immediately.

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Riesling Hot Toddy

Ingredients:

4 cardamom pods
1 (750 milliliter) bottle riesling
2 teaspoons brandy
2 tablespoons honey
2 bay leaves
1 lemon, halved
4 strips lemon zest

Instructions:
Toast cardamom pods in a dry skillet over high heat, tossing often, until fragrant, about 3 minutes. Gently crush with a mortar and pestle.

In a medium saucepan combine riesling, brandy, honey, cardamom pods, and bay leaves leaves. Squeeze lemon halves over liquid and add rinds to the pot. Bring to a gentle simmer then reduce heat to lowest setting and steep for 45 minutes. Strain and divide between 4 cups. Garnish with lemon zest.

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The Hot and Cold

Ingredients:

25 fresh mint leaves
3/4 cup boiling water
2 ounces gin, such as New Amsterdam
1/2 ounce lemon juice from 1 lemon
1 ounce homemade cranberry syrup
Lemon slice for garnish

Instructions:
In a mug or a small heatproof bowl, pour the boiling water over the mint leaves and let steep for 5 minutes.

While the mint is steeping, combine the gin, cranberry syrup, and lemon juice in a mug. Strain mint tea into mug and stir to combine. Discard mint leaves. Garnish the drink with sliced lemon and serve.

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Salted Butterscotch Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons granulated sugar
6 ounces Scotch, divided
kosher salt
1/4 cup heavy cream
1/4 cup cocoa powder
3 cups whole milk
4 ounces milk chocolate chips
4 ounces bittersweet chocolate chips
Whipped cream

Instructions:
Heat sugar in a small saucepan over medium high heat, swirling gently as it melts until a golden caramel color is reached. Pour in 2 ounces scotch and heavy cream. Whisk until homogenous. Season with a pinch of kosher salt. Pour caramel into a bowl and set aside.

In medium saucepan, stir cocoa with another pinch of salt. Stir in milk, milk chocolate, and bittersweet chocolate. Heat over medium heat until, stirring constantly, until chocolate is melted and mixture is hot. Gently whisk to completely homogenize mixture. Whisk in caramel, saving a couple teaspoons for garnish. Add remaining 4 ounces Scotch.

Pour hot cocoa into mugs, top with whipped cream, and swirl with reserved caramel sauce. Serve immediately.

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Tequila Mint Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
pinch kosher salt
3 cups whole milk
4 ounces milk chocolate chips
4 ounces bittersweet chocolate chips
4 ounces tequila
2 ounces peppermint schnapps
Whipped cream and mint leaf garnish

Instructions:
In medium saucepan, stir cocoa with sugar and salt. Stir in milk, milk chocolate, and bittersweet chocolate. Heat over medium heat until, stirring constantly, until chocolate is melted and mixture is hot. Gently whisk to completely homogenize mixture.

Add tequila and peppermint schnapps. Divide into serving cups and top with whipped cream and mint.

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Vandaag’s V.O.C. Grog

Ingredients:

Garam Masala “Batter”
2 teaspoons Garam Masala
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon brown sugar
For the drink:
4 ounces coconut milk, such as Silk Coconut
1 tablespoon pumpkin purée*
1 ounce rhum agricole blanc

Instructions:
For the “batter”: In a small bowl, blend garam masala, slightly softened butter, and brown sugar together until well-combined.

For each drink: In saucepan over medium heat, stir garam masala “batter,” coconut milk, and pumpkin purée together until warm. Take off heat, pour into cup, and add rhum agricole blanc.

*To make your own pumpkin purée, optional: Roast pumpkin at 350° until soft. Let cool and then dice. For every 2 cups diced pumpkin, add 1/4 cup cream and pinch of salt and purée in blender or food processer until smooth.

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The Herbaliser

Ingredients:

8 ounces hot chamomile tea
2 ounces elderflower liqueur
1 ounce honey liqueur
1 slice lemon

Instructions:
Combine tea with liqueurs in a tea cup, add lemon slice and serve immediately.

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Bottoms Up! 17 Holiday Mocktails for Expecting Moms

December 17th, 2015 - By Kweli Wright
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With the holidays upon us, there are more parties than we can even keep track of, but what’s a mom-to-be to drink? Whether you’re expecting, want something for the kids, or plain don’t drink, we’ve rounded up 17 incredible holiday mocktails. Click on to get easy recipes for virgin potables. Cheers to that.

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Mock Champagne

When the clock strikes midnight, leave the sparkling cider for the kids.

Ingredients
2 parts ginger ale, chilled
1 part pineapple juice, chilled
1 part white grape juice, chilled

Directions
Combine ingredients in a champagne flute. Cheers!

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Virgin Mojito

Enjoy the refreshing flavors of mint and lime without rum (for now).

Ingredients
1 tablespoon mint leaves
1 teaspoon sugar
Lemon-lime soda
Lime

Directions
Muddle the mint leaves and sugar in a highball glass. Add ice and fill glass with soda. Garnish with lime wedge.

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Lime Rickey

Want refreshing citrus flavor without the mint? Try a lime rickey.

Ingredients
3 oz. fresh lime juice
1 oz. simple syrup
3 dashes Angostura bitters
Club soda
Lime

Directions
Fill highball glass with ice. Combine all ingredients in highball glass, garnish with lime.

Apple-Berry Shrub

This mocktail uses the apple cider vinegar from the back of the cabinet. From Bon Appetit

Ingredients
1 pint frozen berries (raspberries, blueberries, blackberries or a combination)
1 ½ cups unfiltered apple cider vineyard
¼ cup sugar
Club soda

Directions
Prepare the concentrate: Bring the first three ingredients to a boil in a medium saucepan. Steep for 30 minutes, then strain through a fine-mesh sieve. Press on the berry bits to get all the liquid. Cover; chill until cold. For one serving, fill a highball glass with ice and add 2 tablespoons of the concentrate. Top with club soda.

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Ginger-Cinnamon Apple Cider Fake-tini

Served in a martini glass, this mocktail has all the sweetness and spice of an apple pie. Once you prepare the syrup, the rest is easy. From Rachel Cooks.

Ingredients
Ginger-Cinnamon Simple Syrup
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
2 cinnamon sticks
1-2 inches of ginger root, peeled and thinly sliced

Directions
Mix all ingredients in a small saucepan over medium heat. Heat until sugar is dissolved. Let cool completely and strain to remove ginger and cinnamon.

For one Fake-tini
Ingredients
2 tablespoons of Ginger-Cinnamon Simple Syrup
1 cup apple cider
ice for mixing
cinnamon sugar for rimming the glass
apple slice or cinnamon stick to garnish (optional)

Directions
Prepare martini glass by wetting the rim with apple cider and then dipping in cinnamon-sugar. Add ice to martini shaker. Pour in cider and simple syrup. Shake and pour into prepared glass. Garnish with apple slice or cinnamon stick.

POM Fizz

Harness the power of pomegranate juice in this tart but sweet drink from Delish

Ingredients
8 oz Pomegranate Juice
2 cans (24 oz) of Lemon-Lime Soda
1/4 cup fresh squeezed orange juice
Crushed Ice

Directions
Combine juices and soda in pitcher. Stir. Serve over ice. Serves 4.

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Cran-Dandy Cooler

You already know cranberry juice is good for you. Drink to your health with this refreshing, colorful drink from allrecipes.com.

Ingredients
¼ cranberry juice
2 tablespoons pineapple juice
2 tablespoons orange juice
3.4 teaspoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons ginger ale
Maraschino cherries, orange slices (optional)

Directions
Fill tall glass with ice. Add juices. Top with ginger ale and stir. Garnish with cherry and orange slices.

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Ginger Sparkler

When ginger ale just won’t cut it, whip up a virgin ginger sparkler. Bonus points: ginger will ease your morning sickness, too. Use chilled ingredients to keep the bubbles longer. We suggest a tall glass, but feel free to switch to a champagne flute for a midnight toast.

Ingredients
¼ teaspoon finely grated ginger
1/2 cup sugar
¼ water
Club soda

Directions
Bring ginger, sugar, and water to boil in a small saucepan. Strain into cup and chill until cold. Add one tablespoon syrup to tall glass, fill with club soda.

Chocolate Milk Mocktail

Have your dessert  and drink it, too, with this rich, creamy drink from the Food Network.

Ingredients
Spicy hot cocoa powder, for garnishing rim of glass
1/2 cup your favorite chocolate sauce
1 cup whole milk
Ice
Chocolate shavings, for garnish

Directions
Chill 2 martini glasses. Dampen the rim of each glass and invert into the cocoa powder to rim the glass. In a large martini shaker, add the chocolate sauce and milk and fill with ice. Shake the cocktail well for 30 seconds. Pour the cocktail into the glasses and garnish with shaved chocolate.

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Quick Holiday Eggnog

Dress up store-bought eggnog with spices and a healthy surprise ingredient, thanks to the moms of MADD. For once, steer away from the fresh stuff, since it contains raw eggs.

Ingredients
1 cup cold store-bought eggnog
1/3 tablespoon ground cinnamon
1/3 banana
2/3 tablespoon real maple syrup
1/3 tablespoon ground nutmeg

Directions
Blend ingredients in blender at medium speed 30 seconds. Pour into balloon glass and dust top with more nutmeg.

Happy Hour: The Best Homemade Cocktails And Frozen Drinks

August 28th, 2014 - By Kweli Wright
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Almost everyone loves a good happy hour, but what about cutting out a few extra calories and making a more natural drink to relax with? Dieticians and recipe experts at Blendtec have come up with some great cocktails and frozen drinks that help celebrate happy hour without the added calories and chemicals. They can be made at home (in a blender, no less!) and can add a few extra antioxidants to your sipping. Just in time for the holiday weekend, enjoy and drink responsibly!

Happy Hour: The Best Homemade Cocktails And Frozen Drinks

The Slim Down: Carrot and Mango Smoothie

March 3rd, 2014 - By Rich
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The new year is in full swing – and guess what – spring is right around the corner.  Yikes! Today shake the waffles and extra syrup and slim down with a full and rich smoothie. Whole Living’s Carrot and Mango Smoothie will brighten up your day with its beautiful bright color and its nutrients, like beta-carotene. Nutmeg or ginger gives it a nice kick that helps your gastrointestinal machinery running smoothly. Courtesy of Whole Living.

The Slim Down: Carrot and Mango Smoothie

Ingredients

1 mango, chopped (or 1 1/2 cups frozen mango chunks)
1 cup fresh carrot juice
Dash freshly grated nutmeg
1/2 cup ice cubes (omit if using frozen mango)

Directions
Puree ingredients in a blender until smooth.

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Mixology: Drink Recipes From Monday Thru Sunday

November 11th, 2013 - By Rich
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Fellow Moms! From carpools to ballet classes, to football scrimmages and beyond, no doubt the daily duties of child rearing can be, at very least, nerve grating. For some of us, a glass of wine with dinner or a vodka spritzer nightcap is all we need to unwind at the end of the day. However, sometimes those drinks can become just as mundane as the days that are spent carting the kids around.  The truth is, no two days in this thing called motherhood are the same, so why should your cocktails be, right? We’ve put together fun drinks for everyday of the week if you’re having one … or two of those days! Take a look!

7 Tasty and Toasty Drinks For The Season

November 8th, 2013 - By Rich
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Hello, my fellow moms! Can we just take a moment to show each other some cyber love? Can you believe its November? Yes, the winter chill is creeping upon us.

Show of hands, how many of us were outside a few nights ago trick-or-treating with our little ones while freezing our buns? Right. Now, how many of us would’ve been a smidgen more comfortable with a little spiked cider in tow? Precisely! Now that the fall has finally settled into our psyches and we’re somewhat mentally prepared for the warm scarf and  sweater weather, why not add a little spice to our lives with these seasonal fun and festive  cocktails?

Since we’re in the spirit of giving, why not shave off a little recipe research and make it easy for each other by listing a few delicious, classic cocktail spin-offs for you to prepare and enjoy! We’ve compiled a list of 7 tasty and toasty cocktail recipes to keep Jack Frost at bay during these chilly days!

Take a look and share yours!

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The Curious Case Of DMX’s Most Recent Arrest In South Carolina: Was He Or Was He Not Under The Influence?

July 28th, 2013 - By Drenna Armstrong
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I mean, to be honest, the only – and most important – reason we need to know if DMX was under the influence is because he could have been a danger to other drivers on the road. But other than that, it’s a sad day when you can almost always say, “I’m sure there was a valid reason who it this time too.”

Early Friday morning, around 3am, DMX (aka Earl Simmons) was arrested after his car was spotted by the South Carolina Highway Patrol moving quite erratically.

According to CNN, he was given a field sobriety test and failed which is why he was then arrested for driving under the influence, driving without a license and driving without a seatbelt.

As luck and maybe a good lawyer would have it, X was released within an hour.

Here’s the thing: his publicist Domenick Nati says he was given a breathalyzer and passed it which is why he was ultimately released and sent home. Yes, DMX now resides in South Carolina.

But then there’s the above video obtained by TMZ. Maybe he just couldn’t help how sleepy he was but I’m thinking you might want to stay awake to see what the cops are doing. Then there’s the notion that too many drinks will put you to sleep fairly quickly.

Sadly, we don’t expect anything else from him these days.

10 Tantalizing Lemonade Recipes for Summer

June 17th, 2013 - By Rich
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Nothing says summer like a tall, cold glass of lemonade. Jazz up your traditional recipe with one of these tasty twists.