Beer & Food

Mashed Sweet Potatoes With Bourbon Recipe

Mashed Sweet Potato

By Richard Thomas Sweet potatoes are one of the staples of southern cooking, but somewhere along the line mashed sweet potatoes fell off the standard track. One rarely sees them on the kitchen table or in meat-and-three joints, and more likely than not if you’ve had them, it was in a “new southern” gourmet restaurant. Yet mashed sweet potatoes should ...

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Peach Whiskey Crumble Recipe

By Richard Thomas The Whiskey Reviewer has demonstrated how to make a simple whiskey apple crumble before, and the next step in that desert idea is to put bells and whistles on it. Switching to peaches not only puts a twist on the fruit that still works with whiskey, but also gives you the ability to use canned fruit and ...

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Soy Sauce and Whiskey Marinade

By Richard Thomas Two of the constants in my kitchen are looking for new ways to cook with cheap whiskey and, because my wife is very fond of duck, looking for new ways to marinade duck breasts for grilling. I invented this marinade for duck, but I have since applied it to pork and found it works just as well ...

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Apple Crumble With Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Apples are one of the easiest fresh fruits to turn into a tasty desert, and they are also an easy desert fruit to pair with whiskey, two points I’ve already demonstrated with my Bourbon Baked Apples recipe. The next step up the ladder in terms of labor from baked apples is the apple crumble, which is also ...

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