When we think of blood relatives, we consider comfort food, handed-down recipes and sharing meals with our families. While these recipes don’t get too bloody—there’s no rare steak, blood pudding or haggis—we found inspiration in thinking about our lifeblood to create this scarlet-splattered feast.
New York Ginger Sour
This crimson-hued cocktail mixes some of our favorite flavors: wine, whiskey and ginger, with a bright splash of lemon. Bloody good.
Styling:Mikkel Karstad and Sidsel Rudolph
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