thoughts on drinking, life and mixing the two.
After watching several Jamie Boudreaux videos on “molecular mixology,” I found myself a bit torn. The techniques are fantastic, but I am a purist. The classics are my bread and … Continue reading
Come see me at the San Diego Food Bloggers Bake Sale I will be selling bourbon cakes. Warning these cakes are made with boubon, lots of bourbon. Would you expect anything less? … Continue reading
I have always had love for Maker’s Mark Bourbon; it is an American Classic, an institution. In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, Maker’s Mark … Continue reading
My friend asked me the other day about coffee-bourbon. I didn’t really know what to tell him other than recommending some bourbons. At the BDW Global laboratory (my kitchen) … Continue reading
I started drinking like most of us. I would watch the adults around me. In a way I was lucky, my father was a regular drinker if not a heavy drinker. … Continue reading
Dubonnet, a spicy fortified wine with the bitter tang of quinine, is a great choice to replace vermouth if you want to shake up a traditional cocktail. This drink substitutes … Continue reading