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Applejack Giblet Gravy

A touch of Applejack spikes the flavor of this gravy, adding a subtle hint of the fermented and distilled, tree-ripened apples. It’s a te...

by Diane Morgan


Widow's Kiss

I insist you make this with French apple brandy (Calvados), which is more delicate but complex than others. When done right, you’ll find ...

by Steve McDonagh and Dan Smith


Pineapple Flambé

Fresh pineapple is flamed with rum to produce a delicious, show-stopping dessert. Good with ice cream or whipped cream.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Brandied Sweet Cherries with Red Wine

So easy and rewarding! You don't even have to process these; just store them in the refrigerator, where they'll keep for at least a coupl...

by Liana Krissoff


The Perfect Sidecar

The sidecar is one of my favorite cocktails-tart and just a little sweet, It's warming in wintertime and refreshing in the summer. You ca...

by Liana Krissoff


Brandy Sauce

In a 2-quart saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter. Add the sugar, brandy, cinnamon, and salt and whisk to combine. Cook at a simme...

by Liana Krissoff


Bananas Flambèed with Calvados

Alcohol can boost and blend flavors, as shown in this simple dessert of bananas, citrus, and apple brandy. Good with vanilla or coconut i...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Sticky Spiced Double-Apple Cake with a Brown Sugar-B...

Sticky, gooey and gorgeous for breakfast! This simple cake is packed with both fresh and dried apples for flavour and texture, just enoug...

by Regan Daley


Pisco Brandy Cocktail

In Chile, Peru, and Bolivia, the classic pisco sour is made with lemon juice, pisco, and egg whites, although personal and regional taste...

by Maria Baez Kijac


Peach Shake with Brandy and Nutmeg

Just as the late Ella Fitzgerald was known as the First Lady of Song, the late Edna Lewis could easily have been called the First Lady of...

by Adam Ried


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