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eggnog

Eggnog

A creamy, egg-rich concoction commonly liberally laced with rum, brandy, or bourbon (or a combination of liquors). The eggnog is named af...

by Sharon Tyler Herbst

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mint-julep

Mint Julep

For many people, the first Saturday in May is synonymous with the running of the Kentucky Derby, which simply would not be complete witho...

by Sharon Tyler Herbst

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dry-manhattan

Dry Manhattan

Dry Manhattans make a great palate opener before dinner. Substituting Lillet Blanc for the vermouth adds a distinctive orange note and mo...

by Nick Mautone

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old-fashioned

Old-Fashioned

The great thing about the old-fashioned is that it can easily be made more or less sweet or more or less diluted, as you prefer, without ...

by Nick Mautone

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banana-bourbon-pudding

Banana Bourbon Pudding

In a large heavy saucepan, combine 1 cup of sugar and all of the milk and bring to a simmer over moderate heat. In a small mixing bowl, ...

by Christopher Idone

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sazerac

Sazerac

Of all the drinks to come out of the watering holes of the Delta and the Quarter -- the fizzes, punches, cafe brulots, and cafe diablos -...

by Christopher Idone

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whiskey-glazed-smoked-chicken

Whiskey-Glazed Smoked Chicken

Here two techniques, glazing and smoking, result in a rich mahogany-colored skin and a sweet tangy flavor from the bourbon, sugar, and ca...

by Michael Ruhlman

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classic-mint-juleps

Classic Mint Juleps

The key here is making the simple syrup in advance and using special short silver julep cups.

by Florence Fabricant

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apple-brandy-liqueur

Apple Brandy Liqueur

The first commercial distillery in America, Laird & Company, was and still is dedicated to apple brandy and applejack. So the saying ...

by Maggie Savarino

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banana-bread

Banana Bread

This is the first recipe anyone hesitant about baking should try: it’s fabulously easy and fills the kitchen with that aromatic fog whic...

by Nigella Lawson

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