Marinating some steak tips in a bourbon and brown sugar marinade as I type this. Great recipe- be sure to grill up the onions.I’ve been putting booze in foods (e.g., baked goods, meat, soups/stews)...
This sounds fantastic. I’ve been toying with the idea of making bourbon brown butter cookies, so maybe I’ll pick up some bourbon and make this stuff as well.Marinating some steak tips in a bourbon and brown sugar marinade as I type this. Great recipe- be sure to grill up the onions.
I’ve used coffee filters in a pinch, but it’s a labored task. Requires a lot of stirring/pressing.Any thought on cheesecloth substitutes? I'd run out to grab some, but I don't think that "cheesecloth to strain almond syrup for pretentious cocktails" fits the governor's definition of an essential errand.
I thought that, but this stuff was way to thick and required a bit of "persuasion." I used a metal mesh strainer and it worked fine. Still haven't used the sruff yet. I was thinking rum drinks this weekend, but now rumor has it there could be a big snowstorm, so back to brown liquor!
I just came here to say I made this, and it was delicious!Marinating some steak tips in a bourbon and brown sugar marinade as I type this. Great recipe- be sure to grill up the onions.
Amazon Prime Now (fulfilled through Whole Foods) offers sparkling Grapefruit juice...it's one of my favs. WF pricing is much improved since Amazon took over. It's still not Trader Joe's (my base comparison for all non-specialty food shopping), but fine for some stuff. I get my meats from a local butcher or COSTCO, but sparkling grapefruit juice....lots of sparkling juice options. Avoid WF Triscuits though....they are trash.
To be fair, this is what you get for not making your mix yourself. I can't pity your bad life choices.
It's my go to place for buying scotch and wine, so I have a decent tier of the rewards club thing. In that tier you can enter to win a chance to buy it at retail cost. I got lucky this past year.WHAT?! That's amazing
WHAT?! That's amazing
Not that lucky, I got the 15yr.
Also, if you have a total wine by you, you can usually get quick delivery, or easy curbside pickup. They also have a member program for some things, that's how I got me some cheap Pappy.
Total Wine is great and probably is the single best option. I like variety in my cellar (did I say cellar? I meant my laundry room ), but I might have to reconsider a winery club or three.I just belong to clubs from particular wineries. Never have I missed a shipment, I get higher quality wine, and sometimes some free ****!
Also, try out Cellar Tracker for an app. Helps me keep track of when I should be enjoying the wines in my cellar/basement.Total Wine is great and probably is the single best option. I like variety in my cellar (did I say cellar? I meant my laundry room ), but I might have to reconsider a winery club or three.
I guess I'm looking for a true online-only wine buying experience that doesn't exist. There is a lot of gimmicky junk out there.