This week on the Dear Handmade Life podcast we share our recipe for a Pok Pok Collins and talk to Angela Brown of the nonprofit organization Craft Lake City about nonprofits, the DIY scene in Utah and running a independent business. Nonprofits are not entities that “don’t make a profit” but rather public benefit corporations that can be powerful vehicles for change. Angela explains why she decided to create a nonprofit, the negatives and positives to having this type of entity and the some important things to consider if you want to create your own nonprofit.
The cocktail is inspired by Pok Pok Nicole’s go-to restaurant in Portland, Oregon. If you’re in Portland you MUST check out Pok Pok for Thai food that will blow your mind. Their Hunny cocktail is what got Nicole hooked on drinking vinegar. If you’re not in Portland but want to get in on this drinking vinegar awesomeness, good news! You can buy Pok Pok drinking vinegar online here.
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-Delilah + Nicole
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- One shot of vodka (Tequila or gin would be great too.)
- 1/2 a shot of [url href=”https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008E0MRRM/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B008E0MRRM&linkCode=as2&tag=wwwdearhandma-20&linkId=FINE32J5OVOU6IVJhttps://”]Pok Pok drinking vinegar[/url]
- Soda water
- Fill a glass with ice
- Add booze, vinegar and fill to the brim with soda water
- Sit back, take a sip and marvel at how easy it is to make such an awesome drink with only three ingredients.