Thankfully, the partridges aren& 39;t included.1 1/2 oz Hangar One spiced pear vodka1 1/2 oz St-Germain3/4 oz Fresh lime juice1 dash Angostura bittersGarnish: Pear slicesAdd all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake.Strain into a chilled Martini glass.Garnish with 3 pear slices.Rate This RecipeI don& 39;t like this at all.
Famed bartender Dick Bradsell invented this classic at Fred’s Club in London’s Soho in the ’80s, inspired by the fresh blackberries he used to get as a child on the Isle of Wight.2 oz Gin1 oz Freshly squeezed lemon juice2 barspoons Simple syrup1/2 oz Crème de mureGarnish: Lemon half-wheelGarnish: Fresh blackberryAdd the gin, lemon juice and simple syrup into a shaker with ice and shake.
Top Rated Turkey Tenderloin Recipes Turkey, while delicious once cooked, needs a little love beforehand. Give your turkey tenderloins a delicious rub of honey, lemon, and spices. Have turkey tenderloins for dinner any night o f the week is sort of like getting to enjoy Thanksgiving whenever you feel like it.
For this cheese pie I don't have beautiful, bright pictures, because I did it in the evening, it was ready at 20:30, and no chance for the rest and for the next day :))) It was eaten on the spot, everything, it didn't even caught a cold! and I was scolded: - This cake is not made just that! :))) Yes, they were right, it is not enough…: In the cheese pie recipe I was inspired by were raisins, but not everyone those in the house like it, I didn't put it.
David Chang writes a heartfelt ode to the humble cheap beer, which he will always loveDavid Chang: Cheap Beer is ‘the Champagne of Beers’This week in GQ, Momofuku empire-builder David Chang penned a heartfelt defense of cheap beer. It contains adult language, so be forewarned.The issue isn’t that he dislikes fancy beer; Chang just feels that there is “a time and place for imperial stouts and barrel-aged saisons.
Severe weather conditions in late May wreaked havoc on vineyards in three prominent French wine regionsShutterstockSeveral thousand acres of valuable Cognac and Beaujolais vines have been damaged by severe hail storms and heavy rain.Hailstorms and heavy rain over the weekend caused significant damage to valuable vineyards in key French wine regions, particularly Cognac, Chablis, and Beaujolais.