In honor of the Outlander Season 4 premiere, I made a Southern Brown Sugar Pie to share with my friends at the watch party. Droughtlander is over!
It’s by blogversary…I’m grateful, I have an announcement, and I’m sipping a few of Ken Gordon’s whisky gems from Glenfarclas, Glenrothes, and more
Being an Outlander fan has lots of benefits, including discovering Clan Fraser whisky, a blended scotch for fans of both whisky and Outlander
Shortbread is associated with Scotland, and red tartan boxes automatically come to mind. However, homemade shortbread is easy & oh, so yummy!
Whisky or Whiskey? I’ve wondered how the spelling came about & how to remember when to use which term. HInt: use an ‘e’ with Midleton & Tullamore D.E.W.
Recycling casks for scotch production is not only environmentally friendly, it makes great whisky as well! The Balvenie Double Wood is a great example.
I learned about Scottish Oatcakes (Scottish Bannocks) from Outlander…they’re great topped with butter, jam, and can also have a sourdough version.
I love cooking & especially love baking. Where else do you get the melding of magic & science? I frequently use Michael Ruhlman’s book, Ratios, for recipes
As I’m learning about scotch, whiskey, and bourbon, I’m going to write up my observations and share them with you. First up, Laphroaig!