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BETH GOLDEN first noticed the aesthetic beauty of mixed drinks when she ordered a Shirley Temple (a non-alcoholic blend of ginger ale & grenadine topped with a maraschino cherry) from a restaurant bar on a night out with her parents, always collecting the colorful umbrellas from everyone else at the table. She enjoys the history and mores surrounding wine and spirits and finds herself living amidst a burgeoning culture of vineyards and distilleries in Central Virginia. Beth enjoys experimenting with her own versions of traditional favorites such as margaritas and whiskey sours – but finds a simple vodka & soda with lime to be the perfect accompaniment to a night hanging out with friends, or a night at the computer finishing up an article for Artizen.


STEVEN PIERCE is a freelance food writer and editor of the food blog Adventures of a Foodie. He lives in London, England and graduated in Journalism. Steven spends most of his time thinking about food, and likes to travel round London discovering new food shops, festivals and markets. Read more from Steven at StevensFoodieAdventures.blogspot.com


CINDY MARKS is the publisher, creative director and frequent contributor to Artizen. She’s been a graphic designer for many years, creative directing several magazines. Her other right livelihood has been in natural food stores. With Artizen, she’s found a home to highlight what she loves about ALL things handmade.


NATHAN MANCINI is a freelance food writer and long- time connoisseur of fine cheeses, having worked closely with cheesemakers to present the very best to customers of several establishments. He’s presently sharing his knowledge behind the cheese counter of the Charlottesville Whole Foods Market.


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