Get Schooled With the Classy Ladies
Go on location with Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark as they consult the experts of the culinary world.
What pairs with a hot dog? Beer, of course. Alie and Georgia serve up their Beerly Legal cocktail, mixing light beer with tangerine juice and orange liqueur to sweeten things up.
Get the Recipe: Beerly Legal
Lesson 2: Juice Cleanse
A Lesson in Shave Ice
Frosty the Palmer
Alie and Georgia put a boozy spin on the Arnold Palmer, mixing black tea-infused bourbon, limoncello and lemonade concentrate together and pouring over shave ice.
Get the Recipe: Frosty the Palmer
Beefy Tomato Cocktail
The ladies heat things up with a different spin on the Bloody Mary, blending beef jerky-infused tequila with an heirloom tomato, lemon juice and some horseradish. The final touch? A jerky swizzle stick.
Get the Recipe: The Beefy Tomato Cocktail
5-Spice on Ice
The cocktail mavens boil their special spice blend in simple syrup to add to a caramel-colored concoction with a kumquat smashed in it.
Get the Recipe: 5-Spice on Ice
Channel your inner child with the Classy Ladies' vodka-spiked grape soda float. The proper way to consume this beverage is via silly straw.
Get the Recipe: Grape Expectations
Learning to Pop Kettle Corn
With their ever-inventive imaginations, the ladies pack all the buttery, sweet and salty flavors of kettle corn into one deliciously satisfying cup of liquid gold.
Get the Recipe: Me So Corny (Um, Kettle Cornucopia)
A Lesson in Perfect Pies
Apple of My Pie
What do you get when you put an entire slice of apple pie, crumbly topping and all, into a blender? Well, if you add in booze and apple juice, this magical cocktail.
Get the Recipe: Apple of My Pie
Next Stop: Marshmallow Making
Alie and Georgia play matchmaker and create a beautiful marriage between peanut butter and marshmallow. All they needed was a little vodka to break the ice.
Get the Recipe: Nutterfluffer
Class Dismissed With Chocolate
Sesame Bonbon Cocktail
The ladies pair the flavor of toasty, nutty sesame with chocolate for their Sesame Bonbon, which, as Georgia says, tastes like a grown-up peanut butter sandwich with chocolate. Vive le chocolat!
Get the Recipe: Sesame Bonbon