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The Highlight Reel: 13-19 February

Besitos

This makes two weeks in a row without scheduled after-hours work commitments.  I don’t know what I did to deserve it, but I’ll enjoy it while it lasts.

In case you somehow missed the excessive marketing, Tuesday was Valentine’s Day.  The humor in my having lunch with a male friend that day was apparently not lost on his wife, who told him to “enjoy your date.”  Keith always enjoys District Taco, so I think he did.  Ironically, I had to pass on a free taco bar at the office in order to pay for tacos out, but I enjoyed it all the same.

The evening was similarly low-key.  When presented earlier with the choice of squeezing into a busy restaurant or getting delivery, The Missus didn’t even have to think.  Thus…Pizza Hut, complete with wings and her beloved breadsticks.  Happy wife → Happy life.

On Friday, we traveled back to PA again to visit family.  In the interest of leaving at a reasonable hour, we decided to forego cooking for the second time this week.  The Missus has been seeking a decent cheesesteak close to home since we moved to Virginia over a year ago.  It recently came to my attention that there is a Jersey Mike’s in Merrifield, just ten minutes from home, and I found a half-off coupon.  Fate.  Oh, and the cheesesteaks are legit!

California Chicken Cheesesteak

Saturday night was something of a modified family dinner out.  My mom and I joined forces with The Missus and Little Sis for dinner at my buddy’s BBQ joint, The Lucky Well.  After a delightful meal, we made our way to Lansdale for my cousin’s art show.  She and other local artists were doing exhibiting the Art-a-Day pieces, wherein each artist was supposed to make one piece per day for the month of January.  In reality, some of them had far fewer than 31 pieces, while others included works previously completed.  In my opinion, my cousin’s stuff was the best there.  The Missus liked it enough that she bought one piece.

 

Weekly Workouts

As you might remember, last week’s attempt at mile repeats left me humbled.  Not so this week.  I knocked out five efforts at ~6:30/mi and came away feeling rosy.

Success continued into Wednesday when I once again hit legs.  Whereas last week I couldn’t even get out a single rep at 275, this time I did four!  Inspired and encouraged, I loaded another 10 pounds onto the bar.  Squat low! Push!  Promptly set the weight down on the safety bars!  A bit too ambitious, I guess

I again expected the hard leg session to leave me drained for my tempo ride.  Again I was pleasantly surprised.  TrainingPeaks has been pegging my FTP at around 295 watts for a while, but I’m reluctant to commit and adjust to any major improvements.  This workout (45 minutes at max effort) confirmed the data.   It also left me feeling pretty hobbled.

With a late-ish breakfast meeting in Tysons on Friday, I got to sleep in a bit.  I gleefully shut off my 05:00 alarm and waited for The Missus to arise at 06:30.  Though still sore from the previous day, I was too fidgety to sit around all morning, so I went for a short, lazy jog.  In retrospect, I think it did neither harm nor good.

Saturday further cemented the progress I’ve made on the bike.  A full hour at max effort led to another new FTP measure: 304 Watts.  That’s a record for me, though probably not in terms of power to weight.  Still, I’ll enjoy it while I can.

Sunday’s weather was beautiful: 65º F, calm, and sunny.  Under no circumstances could I justify running inside.  So off to the path I went, prepared for a long, easy effort.  Unfortunately, the only thing I would enjoy about this run was the weather.

A few minutes in, the little thing on my Fenix 3 that tells me my form said “-11, Deficient.”  A bit further in, I was in total agreement.  It seemed the week’s hard efforts had finally caught up with me.  Still, I wanted to enjoy the day, so I resolved to plod along at a moderate heart rate until I could no longer.

It really was a gorgeous day.  I tried to focus on that.  Still, at various points throughout the run, I stopped and wondered why I was doing this.  How long would it take to walk the remaining five miles home?  Would one of these nice strangers give me a ride to my car?  Would it be wrong to steal that little girl’s bicycle?  And would I even be able to ride it?  Ultimately, I decided to just keep plodding until I had about a mile left, at which point I preferred to run all out and get the damn thing over with.

But it was still a nice day, so I then went to the track and recorded some stupid running videos.  I’m not right in the head.

Run Bike Strength Crosstrain
Mon  Push
1:00
Tue Intervals
5 × 1 mi @ 10k pace
1:05 | 8.35 mi
Wed Easy
0:50 | 13.8 mi
Legs
1:00
Thu  Threshold
0:45 @ 301 W
1:05 | 279 W
Fri Easy
0:32 | 3.59 mi
Pull
1:00
Sat Threshold
1:00 @ 312 W
1:20 | 294 W
Strolling in the park
(does that count?)
Sun  Long & Ugly
2:08 | 14.50 mi
SUM
10:00
3:45
26.44 mi
3:15
61.4 mi
3:00  

 

The Highlight Reel: 06-12 February

{The Darker the Berry}Any week without an after-hour commitments is a good week.  This was one such week.  The missus and I actually had multiple opportunities to enjoy each other’s company.  I think we may even have cooked once, but I’ve already forgotten.  Hooray for laziness!

On Friday evening, we headed to PA to visit family.  The missus has about six million cousins, and one of them was having her quinceañera celebration on Saturday.  For the uninitiated, a quinceañera is an overblown Sweet 16 party, one year early.  In another sense, it’s like a vaguely religious Bat Mizvah, only with a frillier dress.  It was…interesting.  When you’re happy about a cash bar, that’s saying something!

Weekly Workouts

After many consecutive weeks of encouraging performances, I was due for a rough workout.  In that respect, my seriously hard, long run this past Sunday amounted to tempting fate, which showed its ugly face on Tuesday morning.

The schedule called for 5 × 1 mi @ 10k pace.  I’d expected to run my workout on the treadmill, but unseasonably warm weather and a lit track at George Mason High School led to a rapid recalibration.  I changed quickly out of my monkey suit suit, jogged slowly to the track, and began to warm up.  My legs still felt heavy, but I thought they might shake out after the first interval.  Nope.

My first hard mile clocked in at 6:45, fully 10 seconds off what I’d planned, and not for lack of trying.  After an easy 400m recovery, I set out on the second repeat, and after one of four laps, I was having doubts.  When I hit the halfway point huffing and puffing at 3:20, I decided to bag it and jog.  Can’t win ’em all…

But when the following February morning is 58º F, one does not ride on the trainer, regardless of the schedule.  So I went back to the track in singlet and shorts, and ran easy for the better part of an hour.  Leg day be damned; this weather was too fine to pass up!

Only leg day was not damned.  Despite some initial stiffness, my squat strength was better than ever.  After easily repping 225 and 235 (setting new PRs in the process), I decided to test my strength.  So I kept loading 10 pounds onto the bar and squatting deep.  245? Check.  255? No problem.  265? Yep.  275? Uh, maybe after fewer sets.  I probably could have gotten in a solid rep, but it would have been ugly, so I wasn’t interested.  Still, hitting 265 a week after breaking a mental barrier is pretty great!

Oh, and despite the heavy leg day, I hit new FTP and threshold pace levels over the weekend.

 

Run Bike Strength Crosstrain
Mon  Pull
1:00
Tue Intervals (aborted)
1.5 × 1 mi @ 10k pace
0:54 | 6.53 mi
Wed  Easy
0:51 | 5.52 mi
Legs
1:15
Thu  Threshold
1:00 @ 296 W
1:00 | 284 W
Fri  Easy
0:45 | 5.06 mi
 Push
1:00
Sat Threshold
1:20 @ 306 W
1:20 | 286 W
Sun  Tempo
2 × 6 mi @ 7:00/mi
1:45 | 14.10 mi
SUM
9:50
4:15
31.2 mi
2:20
45.7 mi
3:15  

The Highlight Reel: 30 January – 05 February

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What a week!  After a blessedly quiet Monday, it was four packed days of meetings, lunches, conferences, and events. On Tuesday alone, I found myself in Falls Church, Downtown DC, Tysons, Judiciary Square, and finally in Crystal City for the Rising Stars of Real Estate awards presentation.  It’s amazing the number of real estate folks I know in this town, considering I’ve never worked in the field here.  I guess I gravitate towards the familiar.

I spent Thursday morning providing volunteer financial awareness education to a local veterans’ fellowship program.  What a smart, motivated group of folks—they were far more “aware” than I’d been led to believe, so I’m really glad I let them lead most of the conversation.

That evening was the 20th annual presentation of Transwestern’s Trendlines Washington report.  It was a who’s who(m) of commercial real estate in DC, plus this interloper.  I’m pretty sure the entire staff of Transwestern was there, too.  Good times all around.

On Friday, after work and a trip to the gym, the missus and I braved the cold for a trip to Bareburger.  I wish I had worked out more, because we ended up with a metric crapton of food.  The fries and onion rings were troublingly good, and my Wiki Wiki burger (wild boar, gouda, duck bacon, chickpea onions, grilled pineapple, brioche bun) was nothing short of exceptional.  It’s definitely worthy of a second trip.

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After multiple lazy weekends home, Saturday was our day to be productive.  Since rearranging our living room, the gallery wall we’d put up last year was largely hidden behind our TV.  No more!  I also got around to assembling The Missus’ new writing/makeup desk, and she actually put some of her makeup away in the drawers.  It’s a minor miracle.  Oh, and we got a new end table.

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We wrapped up the week with a friend’s Super Bowl get-together.  Good times again, despite the result, and no hangover to speak of the following day.  That’s more than I can say for many of my coworkers, one of whom was discussing whether she should go to the bathroom and throw up.  Adulting is hard

Weekly Workouts

I’ve really been putting in the work lately, and the results are beginning to show.  If we believe the results of recent workouts, my Functional Threshold Power is approaching a level last achieved when I was cycling 200 miles per week.  My threshold running pace is not quite where it was before I ruptured my peroneal tendon, but I’m 10+ pounds heavier and running far fewer miles.

Most exciting for me, however, is my squat performance.  Of all the major lifts, my squat has always been pathetic.  Despite my enormous horse legs, I’ve always struggled to squat my own body weight (typically 185 pounds).  Blame long femurs, tight hips, and generally poor flexibility?  I dunno.  Whatever the reason, it’s bugged me for ages, but I was always more focused on running/cycling performance than gym strength.  Now that I’ve learned to balance the two, I’m seeing results across the board.

This week, for the first time ever, I comfortably squatted 225 for sets and reps (2 × 8, specifically).  I’ve squatted two plates before, but it was never for sets, and it was always ugly.  This time, after working up through sets of 185 and 205, it’s enough that I feel comfortable adding weight next week.  Hot damn!

Run Bike Strength Crosstrain
Mon  Push
1:00
Tue Intervals
8 × 1k @ 5k pace
1:15 | 9.34 mi
Wed Easy
1:00 | 15.8 mi
Legs
0:50
Thu  Threshold
2 × 0:20 on 0:03
1:00 | 266 W
Fri  Easy
1:00 | 6.91 mi
Sat Threshold
3 × 0:20 on 0:03
1:25 | 271 W
Sun  Tempo
3 × 4 mi @ HMP
2:00 | 15.84 mi
SUM
9:30
4:15
32.1 mi
3:25
60.3 mi
1:50  

The Highlight Reel: 23-29 January

This was one of those peculiar busy but totally unremarkable weeks.  I was up early and home late nearly every day, but most of it was boring work stuff.  There were some fun things, thought.

On Thursday evening, I attended MakeOffice’s launch party for their latest location on 15th & K.  MakeOffices is another co-working space, similar to the more famous WeWork but based here in the DMV.  The CEO is a fellow Georgetown Law alum, something I didn’t realize until we met that evening.  We’re planning on sharing war stories and discussing why we both left the law soon.

We had friends over for brunch on Saturday morning.  They don’t drink, so I guess you could call it a late breakfast, but I’m still going with brunch.  Any how, my slapped together sausage and bacon hash was really tasty, but I fear my friends left hungry—even though there was a lot of food, I found myself raiding the cabinets as soon as they left. Sorry, folks!  And shame on me for not taking pictures—photos or it didn’t happen, right?

Later that day, while the Missus continued her works towards YouTube stardom, I experimented with new cocktail ideas.  I’m generally pretty successful, but my efforts to incorporate even a splash of apple wine—delightful on its own—were repugnant.  I kept tweaking, adjusting, and sampling before starting over from scratch.  End result: I ended up slightly buzzed despite pouring what seemed like two full drinks down the drain.  Oops.

One of our close friends invited us to attend her family’s Tết celebration.  We weren’t sure what to expect, but a raffle certainly wasn’t part of it.  Unfortunately, we didn’t win any of the prizes, although we each came away with $10 from the lucky tree and extremely full stomachs.

Weekly Workouts

The past few weeks of consistent training are really paying off.  Despite weighing nearly 200 pounds, I am faster than I’ve been in ages.  What’s more, I feel great!  Here’s hoping the rest of the year goes just as well.  I’ll say this much though: I’m ready for a rest day.  LAZY MONDAY HERE I COME!

Run Bike Strength Crosstrain
Mon Easy
0:40 | 10.4 mi
Tue Intervals
11 × 800m, dec. rest
1:20 | 9.89 mi
Wed Easy
0:40 | 10.3 mi
Legs
1:00
Thu  Threshold + intervals
0:30 @ FTP + 5 × 0:01 sprints
1:00 | 17.8 mi
Fri  Easy
0:45 | 4.89 mi
Push + Pull
1:20
Sat Tempo
1:00 @ FTP w/ hard finish
1:15 | 261 W NP
Sun  Intervals + Threshold
5 × 0:04 @ 125% + 0:25 @ FTP
1:15 | 264 W
SUM
9:15
2:05
14.8 mi
4:50
84.3 mi
2:20
 

The Highlight Reel: 16-22 January

Short weeks generally seem to be uneventful weeks.  This was something of an exception, but only slightly.

Most of Monday was spent supervising the plumber as he ran water and drain lines to connect our “new” washing machine.  Quotations are warranted because we bought it over a year ago, and it’s been taking up space ever since.  To be fair, the first plumber we called out quoted us over $2,000 for a one-day, one-man job. The next plumber canceled on short noticed.  Eventually, installation just got pushed further and further down the list.  Having now used it twice without concern for whether we had enough quarters, I’m wishing we’d done this sooner.

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Tuesday marked Jack Rose’s Second Annual KDA Meet & Greet.  I’m not one to idolize folks in the bourbon business, but it’s fun all the same to meet the movers and shakers in the industry.  In my experience, they’re all quite personable and down to earth.  Heck, Rob Samuels even bought me a drink.

In case you missed it, Friday in our nation’s capital was kind of a big deal.  Against my better judgment, I agreed to venture to a friend’s inauguration party in DC…downtown…a block from the Capitol.  Had I actually arrived on time, getting there might have been easier.  I instead found myself fighting the post-speech Exodus, literally walking around bushes as the crowd headed the other direction.

Once I got inside, it was a great time.  Brent Elliott of Four Roses was there again, marking the second time I’d seen him this week and the fourth in twelve months.  Kinda surprising given that he lives in Kentucky.  I actually spent much of the party chatting with Brent and his wife—both warm, lovely people—and I did my best to keep the conversation away from bourbon.  Perhaps it’s just be my perception, but I think they enjoyed the change of subject.

Oh, and I made a logo for the blog.

Virtue and Vices

Weekly Workouts

I learned a lesson this week: Biking hard after leg day is okay; running hard is not.  Thursday’s seven-mile tempo run started off great then rapidly spiraled downward.  A brief synopsis of my thoughts throughout: This feels so easy → Seven miles is manageable → How much longer? → Mercy! I give up!  Duly noted.

Run Bike Strength Crosstrain
Mon Easy
0:50 | 13.4 mi
Tue Intervals
20 × 400m
1:33 | 9.86 mi
Wed Easy
1:00 | 15.8 mi
Legs
0:50
Thu  Tempo
~7 mi @ PMP
1:12 | 9.19 mi
Fri  Easy
0:50 | 13.3 mi
Push + Pull
1:30
Sat Threshold
3 × 0:22 @ 105% FTP
1:30, 259 W NP
Sun Long Tempo
2 × 5 mi @ HMP
1:45, 13.7 mi
SUM
11:00
4:30
32.7 mi
4:10
69.6 mi
2:20
 

The Highlight Reel: 09-15 January

I thought this was another boring week, but then I really thought about it.

The Missus and I met friends for Vietnamese food on Tuesday evening.  Our plan of going to Nha Trang in Eden Center was foiled by supposed kitchen renovations—I am somewhat skeptical—so we instead ended up at Little Viet Garden.  We, as a whole, very much enjoyed our food.  The Missus called her fried rice (the least Vietnamese item on the menu) the best she’s ever had.  From a veritable fried rice connoisseur, that’s saying something!   My “broken rice” (ordered on the basis of the name alone) was equally enjoyable.  We’d definitely go back.

I spent all day Thursday judging projects for the WBC Craftsmanship Awards.  My fellow judges and I were tasked with evaluating recently completed construction projects throughout the DMV to determine whether they were worthy of recognition.  Of the seven my group judged, only one was truly wow-worthy: the Monumental Staircase at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.  Spiraling upwards 45 feet while supported only at the top and the base, the stairs are as impressive as the museum’s name is unwieldy.

The Missus and I were out again on Friday to meet friends and celebrate their recent engagement.  The lucky lady was actually the realtor who helped us buy our home, and we liked her so much that we’ve stayed in touch.  Reach out for her contact info if you need an agent in VA!

We met the happy couple at Citizen Burger Bar in Clarendon.  We’d been there before for drinks; they, despite living down the street for years, never had.  The kitchen was backed up, so our food was slow coming.  It was worth the wait.  There’s no time to Instagram the food when everyone is aggressively stuffing their faces!

The Missus had been wanting to see Rogue One for weeks, so we decided a Sunday matinee was the perfect opportunity—two tickets + snacks for under $30 is hard to argue with.  As consideration for postponing my morning workout, She agreed to join me at the gym afterwards so that I could get in a run.  If you knew how hard it was to get my lady to exercise, you’d understand why this is worth mentioning.

Weekly Workouts

Run Bike Strength Crosstrain
Mon Easy
0:30
Push
1:00
Tue Intervals
Mile Repeats 6x
1:15; 9.68 mi
Wed Easy
0:40
Legs
1:00
Thu Threshold
2 x 0:21 @ 105%
1:05, 260 W NP
Fri Easy
0:55, 6.13 mi
Pull
0:50
Sat Threshold
30-20-10 prog
1:30, 257 W NP
Sun Long Tempo
3 x 3 mi
1:25, 11.5 mi
SUM
10:10
3:35, 27.3 mi 3:45, 65.3 mi 2:50  

Blood Runs Free

If I could drink but one cocktail for the rest of my life, it would be the Old Fashioned.  In part because I love it, but also because an Old Fashioned can be made 1,000 different ways (and no, that’s not cheating).  The Old Fashioned is beautiful in its simplicity, elegant in its flexibility.  Just three ingredients—spirits, sweet, and bitters—combine to make a drink that is utter perfection.  But enough about my love affair—on to this particular interpretation of my favorite drink.

Blood Runs Free

Blood Runs Free is my take on the Fancy Free, itself a variant of the Old Fashioned.  The sweetness of the maraschino and blood orange juice perfectly balances out the barrel-strength bourbon, while the two bitters add further complexity.  It goes down perhaps too easily for the proof, so take extra care to drink responsibly!

Blood Runs Free
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Servings Prep Time
1 drink 5 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 drink 5 minutes
Blood Runs Free
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
1 drink 5 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 drink 5 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: drink
Instructions
  1. In an Old Fashioned with a large ice cube/sphere, combine all ingredients. Stir vigorously for 15 to 30 seconds. Garnish with orange peel. Serve immediately.
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The Highlight Reel: 02-08 January

Four-day weeks, how I love thee.  Well, except when the first day back is marred by food poisoning.  At least I got in a successful interval run session before the Stomach Suffering set in.

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Aside from going home sick at 11:00 Tuesday morning, this was a remarkably unremarkable week.  I was fully recovered by the following day, enough so that I could get in a good leg workout without fear of an intestinal incident.  Surprisingly, that late-afternoon lifting did not adversely affect my bike workout the following morning, nor was I too stiff for any of my subsequent workouts.  Sweet!

Saturday marked a long-overdue date night. The Missus and I drove to Muse Paintbar in Gainesville for a couples’ painting class, preceded by dinner at her favorite spot.  We’ve done plenty of these classes at any number of locations—this was decidedly our least favorite.  The class somehow felt both rushed and too long, an unusual phenomenon to say the least.  Still, a fun night out, and we both got plenty of compliments on the paintings that neither of us actually liked.

Weekly Workouts

Disclaimer: I don’t think my workouts are interesting enough to warrant discussion. However, I’m asked enough about my fitness activities that I’m prepared to bore the rest of you with a regular recap thereof.  If you find this as tedious as I do, please let me know.

Run

Bike Crosstrain

Strength

Mon Push
1:00
Tue Intervals
4-8-12-16 pyramid
1:00; 7.75 mi
Wed Legs
Squat, DL, Press, Stair carry
1:00
Thu Threshold
1:00, 262 W NP
Fri Easy
1:00, 7.65 mi
Pull
1:00
Sat FTP builder
1:30, 250 W NP
Sun Threshold
1:30, 12.15 mi

Total time: 9:00

Run mileage: 26.5
Bike mileage: 44.8

New Year, New Goals

In terms of achieving stated goals, 2016 was something less than a resounding success.  Apart from improving my squat and climbing as much of Mt. Rainier as was safely possible, I didn’t tick off too many items.  That said, I generally consider the year a success.  Developing in my new career demanded more attention and time that I anticipated when I set those goals, and that had to be my top priority.

Despite not achieving many of my stated goals, I feel like I achieved a lot.  A few things immediately come to mind.

  • I managed not to lose any of the Spanish proficiency developed over months of fun-employment, despite a lack of concerted study.
  • I met a ton of interesting people and(to the best of my knowledge) avoided scaring off any of them
  • I stayed in touch with the people who are important to me despite being incredibly focused on work and fitness.
  • I figured out how to balance work and working out, a monumental accomplishment in and of itself.
  • I learned how to accommodate training legs and running hard in the same week.  This might be the pinnacle of my life’s achievements thus far.

So what’s in store for 2017?  This time around, I’ve decided to break my goals into categories, tier them, and generally list fewer “stretch goals.”  I hope this will make focusing on individual goals easier, rather than feeling like I have 10 random things that I arbitrarily have to do.  So with that, here are my 2017 goals.

Fitness Goals

  1. Better my 5k PR (20:41, set 2013-11-28).  If accomplished, better my 10k PR (42:06, set 2012-06-09).  If accomplished, better my half marathon PR (1:32:10, set 2015-03-14).
  2. Learn to do a muscle-up
  3. Train legs every week (barring injury)

 Personal Goals

  1. Continue improving my Spanish (I know it when I see it)
  2. Blog at least 50 times
  3. Cut out frivolous spending and save more towards things that matter

Professional Goals

My primary goal here is to stay the course: I want to continue helping individuals, families, and organizations make their financial lives simpler.  But I need things more measurable, things to aspire to, so here goes.

  1. Bring on $20+ million in client assets
  2. Acquire at least three multi-million dollar clients
  3. Help at least one company improve its 401(k) plan

I’ll be checking in monthly to keep myself in check.  At least that’s my intention—I expect the 2+ people who read this regularly to hold me accountable!  And if you have any thoughts or feedback on these goals, reach out directly or leave them in the comments.

Happy 2017!!!

The Drunken Punkin

The Drunken PunkinWith holiday parties and Thanksgiving dinners come autumn cocktails.  Two years ago, it was Spiked & Spiced Apple Cider. Last year, apple cider sangria. Not wanting to do apple three times in a row, my mind immediately went to pumpkin.  Pumpkin pie, specifically.  Feeling creative, I decided to forego a recipe and trust my taste buds.  The end result, as The Missus described it, is Thanksgiving in a glass.  I hope you enjoy it.

The Drunken Punkin
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A sweet, spiced autumn cocktail perfect for pre-gaming your Thanksgiving dinner.
Servings Prep Time
1 glass 2 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 glass 2 minutes
The Drunken Punkin
Print Recipe
A sweet, spiced autumn cocktail perfect for pre-gaming your Thanksgiving dinner.
Servings Prep Time
1 glass 2 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 glass 2 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: glass
Instructions
  1. In a mixing glass, combine pumpkin butter and maple syrup, stirring until combined.
  2. Add spirits and ice, stirring vigorously for 20-30 seconds
  3. Pour into a rocks glass over fresh ice. Garnish appropriately and enjoy.
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