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    Cooking With Liquor

    [Cover photo by Marg @Cayman Designs.] Even when the alcohol evaporates away during cooking it leaves that extra oomph of flavor. Here are some recipes made with the hard stuff—whisky, brandy, gin, rum, vodka and tequila. (See also my cookbook Cooking With Liqueurs for recipes with the SWEET and hard stuff.)
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    A classy and elegant dip- - perfect for your special occasion! Serve with crackers, rye toast, or wedges of fresh apples and pears. Courtesy the Roquefort Association, Inc.

    Recipe #117685

    Posted by Juliet B. Robinson in Another Taste of Palm Beach. Great name! "With this leg of lamb, have butcher remove skin and excess fat, quarter 2 cloves of garlic and insert in outer lamb with point of sharp knife. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

    Recipe #207421

    A really fruity & spicy bread pudding which has a drop of brandy in it too! There are quite a few bread pudding recipes around, but this is the one I always make - it was my grandmother's recipe and I remember eating this at her house when I was little! I added the brandy one Christmas when I made this as a last minute Christmas-type pudding! You don't have to add the brandy - just add the fruit with the other ingredients, after the bread has been soaked in milk. Serve warm as a dessert with cream, ice-cream or custard. You used to be able to buy these in a local bakery where my grandmother lived - they were sold cold, I always prefer mine warm, but it's up to you!

    Recipe #205999

    Literally means “lost bread”. A classic New Orleans breakfast dish.

    Recipe #171101

    I love onions!

    Recipe #99133

    This is a very quick and easy recipe that will impress everyone. The shrimp is rather spicy but the cilantro and tangyness of the rice mixture nicely balances the spicy seasonings. This recipe came from the July 2002 Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #34465

    A delicious beef filet recipe with a wonderful sauce. Fast, easy and impressive.

    Recipe #68055

    This is done in a crockpot--very simple but tasty.

    Recipe #145421

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Necessity is the mother of invention. I have a collection of blended whisky in the house that my husband refuses to drink, single malt snob that he is. He claimed the stuff was only good for paint thinner or rust remover. Not so. With a little help from Toolie who sent me some maple syrup from Canada, I invented a chicken dish that made everyone happy all around.

    Recipe #144853

    This is a rich and wonderful desser--great for the holidays or just to impress someone.

    Recipe #144598

    This is a wonderful bread pudding--one of my favorite chocolate versions.

    Recipe #144375

    Original recipe was from the Food Network courtesy of Emeril. Changed the recipe a bit to fit our tastebuds and let me just say, this is a terrific way to make shrimp. Presentation is good enough for a dinner party.

    Recipe #108000

    Recipe #139592

    Recipe courtesy Alex Garcia Show: Melting Pot

    Recipe #64598

    The brandy gives the sauce a little extra flavor, but it can be ommited. Light cream 1/2 and 1/2 or whole milk can be used in place of the heavy cream.

    Recipe #84287

    Tequila makes a very good marinade for steaks. This marinade would be good on any steak. The recipe comes from George Stella's Low Carb and Loving It. Marinating time not included in time.

    Recipe #110687

    2 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Another do ahead veggie dish. Nice way to make your Thanksgiving sweet potatoes.The combination of spice & liquor gives this dish an unexpected pleasant flavor

    Recipe #13850

    This is one of our favorite pot roast recipes. Great for company.

    Recipe #93430

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