Looking for new cocktail recipes or maybe a wine pairing guide? This page is dedicated to the world of spirits. So if you are looking for a chef’s perspective on wine pairings or how to store and serve your favorite wines we are here to help.
More of a beer drinker? I was the chef at one of the most premier beer bars in Dallas and worked with some of the biggest names in the beer world designing beer-paired menus, not to mention I also was a brewer.
Is liquor more your thing? Fair enough, we will deep dive into some of my favorites like Tequila, Mezcal, and Whiskey. I love reinventing classic cocktails into new and fun recipes.
SUMMARY: Vodka and tequila are popular spirits with distinct characteristics and uses. Vodka is a neutral-tasting, versatile liquor that works well in various cocktails. At the same time, tequila has a bold flavor profile and is primarily enjoyed straight or in margaritas. Understanding the differences between these two spirits can help you choose the right …
When I first heard about peanut butter whiskey I was skeptical, to say the least. I have seen so many riffs off traditional liquors come presented to me at the restaurants that when this came around I played it off without even trying it. In many ways, Skrewball was one of the many other distilleries …
Coffee and Whiskey have long been a favorite combination for me. I have been known to buy an inexpensive bourbon now and then and drop coffee beans into it to sit for a month before using it for cocktails. Maybe it is the Chef in me that has a slight addiction to coffee. Regardless, this unexpected combo is a natural marriage that has flown under the radar for too long. So put away your pickle backs and try Jameson in some new ways. Depending on how I’m feeling and the weather for the day these are the five ways I like to enjoy Jameson and Cold Brew. Skip the bloody mary on your next brunch date and make yourself one of these for you and your friends.
When pairing wine with pasta, remember it’s about enjoyment not perfection. Pasta sauces are grouped into red, cream, and olive oil-based, each suitable for specific proteins. Consider these for a great pairing.
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