Here’s Saturday’s short shopping list for the Tailgate: Chipotle hot sauce, rye and good beer. Oh, and the beef for burgers, some buns, fixin’s and chips. And, if you’re really going to a tailgate in New Jersey, warm clothing.
Friday’s Casino is a tangy mix, so get some oranges and limes for juicing. Gin, maraschino liqueur, and orange bitters are also involved in this nod the sin of wagering rumored to surround major sports events.
Head to the spice aisle for some dried juniper berries and grab some fresh dill for Thuesday’s Rocky Mtn Hi, a tribute to the Broncos. The recipe calls for a Denver distilled whiskey but a light bourbon or Canadian style whiskey will do.
To appropriately celebrate the Seahawks’ appearance in the Super Bowl, get some sparkling wine and a dark stout to chill ahead. Rummage around for a tall beer glass in which to make the Pacific Velvet.
Hackensack, our nod to New Jersey’s status as Super Bowl co-host, needs a reminder: Get a package of blueberries for the distinctive garnish. And make sure you have vodka, triple sec, and limes.
Here’s the advance line for tomorrow’s Manhattan, the New York City tribute as Super Bowl co-hosts. Make sure you have: rye; both sweet and dry vermouth; and Angostura bitters. Check back tomorrow for our classic recipe and photos.
Hail Mary Save time today and head to the store for the Hail Mary ingredients. You’ll need: 1 1/2 pounds cherry tomatoes; fennel bulb; celery; cucumber; green bell pepper; lemon; and vodka. Pssst: And clean the blender or juicer.
Sometime during the next week, millions of American household shoppers will head to grocery stores for stockpiles of meats, cheeses, breads, crackers, chips, and dips to place on Super Bowl XLVIII’s food altar. In honor, we offer a week’s worth of drink and cocktail recipes as pairings for Super Bowl Sunday. Today, we start with […]
This is an original MDC bitter. It has grapefruit and dried tarragon, a combination of bittering agents, and whiskey, brandy and vodka as the alcohol base. This makes about 1 1/2 cups. Grapefruit Tarragon Bitters Entire peel of 1 large Ruby Red Texas Grapefruit 1/3 cup dried tarragon 1 whole star anise, crushed 1 1-inch […]
Welcome to Bar Talk, behind the scenes with the bartenders at My Daily Cocktails. Most posts will come from Mr. and Mrs. Cocktail, with occasional guest bar talk from characters seated along the curving zinc-topped counter. We look forward to hearing about your results from trying our cocktails, including questions, likes, dislikes, and observations. Cheers! […]
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