Ireland vs. Scotland: a tasting event I went to pitted single pot still Irish whiskey against single malt scotch, and the two styles were quite distinctive.
Baking is about pairing expectations with confidence…I’ve the skill to achieve success, & mistakes are just lessons learned. Pecan bars are a good example
Jim Beam and Knob Creek are bourbon stalwarts, but even with that pedigree the lines keep expanding. Let’s explore just some of the expressions on offer
Adapting a well-worn recipe for Kahlua Cake to use wholesome ingredients & take it to meet your husband’s boss for the first time, it’s taking a risk
Reaching out led me to receive ImpEx Beverage samples from all over Scotland and a couple from Ireland. Asking for help can pay off!
Baking homemade challah with kids is fun and educational…science, math, and playing with dough all combine to make a wonderful bonding experience.
Sharing the tasting notes from the Springbank Single Cask Oak Exploration Seminar that I not only attended, but catered as well.
Cookie crust…a fun way to use cookie crumbs. They’re pre-sweetened bits of food hugs, waiting to be mixed with melted butter and pressed into a pie pan
Everyone’s palate is different…that’s what I keep getting told. My tasting notes for Loch Lomond whisky definately differed from the “official” version
Making homemade molasses cookies from Outlander Kitchen is easy…pairing them with Springbank 19yr scotch that was aged in rum casks is wonderful