Nick Carpinelli


Friday is Here and the Drink Of The Week is a Good Old-Fashioned Daiquiri

Welcome back once again to Nick’s Mix! My goal with this series is to teach you how to…

Nick's Mix House Margarita

Nick’s Mix: The Drink of the Week is a Classic Margarita

Thanks for stopping by “Nick’s Mix”! Every Friday, we show you step-by-step how to make a new drink…

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9 Extinct And Once Cool Devices From Back in the Day That’ll Blow Your Kid’s Minds

Imagine the confused looks that would come from kids and grandkids if their modern technology was confiscated and replaced…

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Nick’s Mix: The Drink of the Week is a Salty Chihuahua

Thanks for stopping by “Nick’s Mix”! Every Friday, we show you step-by-step how to make a new drink of the week. This is video #3 on our 4-drink series focusing on tequila. Heads up, things are about to get salty. Watch how it’s done, and check back here for the recipe if you need it later. Salty Chihuahua ½ Pint of ice 1½ oz. Tequila 5 oz. Lemonade 1 Container Coarse Salt 1 Lime Start by filling your shaker about halfway with ice. Pour 1½ oz. tequila into the shaker. Pour in 5 oz. lemonade. Next, prepare a wedge of freshly sliced lime. Slide the lime onto the rim of the glass and slide it around the rim. Remove the lime and dip the top of your glass into the coarse salt. Pour the contents of your shaker into your glass (no need to shake before you pour) and garnish with the fresh lime wedge. Enjoy anytime you need to bring a little extra attitude to the equation. While you've got your tequila out of the liquor cabinet, check out the other videos in our tequila series below. Remember, you can find all the past drink-of-the-week videos in the "Nick's Mix" section under Videos at Nick's Mix: This Vampire Doesn't Suck Nick's Mix: Brighten Up Your Weekend with a Tequila Sunrise As always, drink responsibly!


7 Classic Horror Movies to Revisit That Still Scare the Pants Off You

The movie making business has evolved by leaps and bounds and with it, some of the magic is gone. Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) is the way they do most of the production now but back in the 1970’s it was a whole different animal! Real people, real props made for a real creature experience, and there were works of art by legendary directors and actors working with latex and polyurethane. They were adding hair strand by strand, using makeup and paint to turn out some of our favorite classic horror movies Here are seven examples of not only great old school film making but also classic performances by some great actors gifted in the ability to convey suspense and fear. Exorcist (1973) Omen (1976) Horror (1979) (1976)’s Lot (1979) Chainsaw Massacre (1974) (1979)

Nick’s Mix: This Vampire Doesn’t Suck

Tell Bloody Mary she can take the morning off. Thanks for stopping by “Nick’s Mix”! Nick Carpinelli is here…