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There’s one day left to buy the fixings for a special Thanksgiving Cocktail.

  • Make a Ginger Martini with Ginger Soother (from The Ginger People, available at Whole Foods Markets) or use ginger syrup (recipe provided).
  • Or go for a Crantini (a cranberry martini).
  • For a non-alcoholic drink, serve ginger beer. It’s much more robust and gingery than ginger ale. An alcohol-free, sophisticated soft drink, it can be enjoyed straight from the bottle or as a cocktail mixer.
    For our Thanksgiving guests, we purchased every brand of ginger beer we could find at two stores. During the cocktail hour, instead of having everyone drink too many martinis, we’re having a ginger beer tasting. Just print up sheets with all the contenders. Here’s a guide for how to do it.


    Perfect for Thanksgiving: a Ginger
    Martini. Photo by Bryan Delodder | IST.

    You can use any ginger beer that remains to make a Moscow Mule: 2 ounces of vodka, 1 tablespoon of lime juice and ginger beer. Add the vodka and lime juice to a highball glass filled with ice. Fill with ginger beer and garnish with a lime wedge.

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