I went to my annual scotch tasting at the NH Highland Games expecting the usual…instead we saw Justin Fornal & a film about the Great Islay Swim. Chills!
For a groom who’s a Dr. Who fan, make a TARDIS cake! Part 1 we’ll talk about the Dark Chocolate Buttercream Frosting that went into the layers.
Templeton Rye Whiskey emulates its Prohibition-era recipe. Spirit of York 100% Rye Whisky shows off its Canadian roots…both are gifts of high rye whiskey
When a Baker’s daughter gets married, you can be sure that there will be a DIY Wedding Cake, and it will taste great when covered with marshmallow fondant!
Joshua Hatton has helped me make connections in the whisky world, and Westland American Single Malt is the latest example. Time to sip!
Homemade Caesar dressing and herb vinaigrettes are wayyyy better than anything on a grocer’s shelf, and you can make it in a snap!
Rye whiskey can show a range of flavors, and it doesn’t have to dominate. High West Rye whiskey has a lineup that shines in that regard.
When life hands you lemons (and limes and mint), riff on a classic lemon bar to make Mint Lemon Lime Bars. It’s a taste of summertime!
Four Roses Bourbon uses math to blend the elements that go into their mashbill recipes, resulting in many different combinations to bottle.
Want a finger friendly version of tiramisu? Try tiramisu truffles! Perfect for portion control, and you don’t need a spoon!