For the average bar-goer, ordering a premium rum is definitely not something that’s commonplace. Honestly, most people probably don’t know what a premium rum even is.
The mention of a green tea shot cocktail may have you thinking of a health booster containing tea, owing to the name. However, to a bartender, it points to a favorite cocktail that uses Jameson Irish Whiskey. The resultant drink has a green hue, hence the name.
The pornstar martini cocktail, it’s quite a name, and I knew that I had to try it when I first heard of it. With such a name in tow, I was sure that the drink would blow my mind and boy, was I right! It’s quite simple really.
When I saw the title “Lemon Cayenne Pepper Water,” I did a double take. “Really?” I thought, “I can’t believe it.” You see, when I was a little girl I had nearly continuous respiratory problems. It didn’t help that in 1959 when I was seven years old, my entire second grade class and I had pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough. Lemon cayenne water was one of the ingredients my mother gave me while I was sick.
The buttery nipple has fast risen to become a favorite party shot, and it is not for naught. To start with, it has a delightful taste that will have you coming for more as the party goes on. It is also quite light on the alcohol which is a good thing owing to its sweet taste.
The uses of malt vinegar are many! Have you ever come across malt vinegar or brown vinegar as the core ingredient of a recipe? Have you ever wondered what makes this vinegar different from a synthetic one?
Recently, I’ve decided to up my probiotic intake, and fermented bananas have become a major part of my diet. I’ve done this because this is a great way to lose weight, make digestion smoother, and to experience a general boost in my health. These bananas have made me feel healthier, and when coupled with Greek yogurt, other fermented foods, and daily supplements, they fit nicely.
I love the taste of coconut milk; in fact, I use it in my coffee from time to time to give it that coconut flavor that I love so much. I have made a lot of recipes that call for coconut milk over the years, but until recently, I never encountered one that called for coconut cream. When I saw the recipe, it made me wonder if the two could be interchanged, and if not, what makes them different? Here’s what I found out.