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Nick Jacubowski ma très gentiment proposé d'écrire un article pour mon blog parlant de son site tout en restant dans le thème de la cuisine de mon blog.
Donc aujourd'hui vous n'avez pas d'article en français mais un article entièrement en anglais !
J'ai adoré faire ce partenariat, cela ouvre les portes sur le monde et permet de partager des passions avec le monde entier et cela permet aussi de rencontrer, communiquer avec des gens extérieur. J'avais déjà pu rencontrer Sara Martineau, une américaine grâce à Pinterest et ça avait été déjà un réel plaisir !
Donc sans plus attendre voici l'article !
Have a nice day !
We’ve long loved many of the cocktails of the world. We’ve seen many rise and fall in prominence, but there are some which stay around like warm comfortable clothing or a jacket that you thought you lost a few years ago. A nice warming cocktail can beat the winter flurries. Try these when you’re feeling the need to beat the cold.
What we love about this drink is the irony that there is no tea involved with it and yet it tastes so wonderfully good. That, and the fact that you’re putting most of the things behind the bar into a single glass and making it come out like magic. The Long Island Iced Tea recipe from Food Network includes vodka, gin, rum, tequila, triple sec, lemon juice, and a bit of cola.
Take all of the best parts of vodka and accentuate them in a sweet mixture of triple sec, cranberry juice, and lime juice. Just chill it out in a cocktail shaker with ice and you’re all set to go. The cosmopolitan is fruity and tangy, giving your winter guests a little bite to keep them going.
The traditional Manhattan is made with rye whisky, vermouth, and Angostura bitters. Putting these parts together develops a wonderful drink. Of course, there is much pontificating and many variations about what makes the best Manhattan. We suggest that you give different varieties a try until you know for yourself.
This one has been warming our hearts and tummies for many winters. The main ingredients are whiskey, sugar, hot coffee, and cream. While Irish coffee has a simple recipe overall, it merely reaffirms the fact that sometimes it’s the simple things that taste the best.
Anything which uses simple syrup in its creation has got to be good, right? Combine gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and club soda in the creation of this quite tasty drink.
From a recipe found on Fox News:
● 1 ½ ounce gin
● 1 ounce lemon juice
● ½ ounce simple syrup
● Club soda
Mix everything together with the exception of the soda. Top it off with the soda and stir very lightly to get a wonderfully conceived and executed drink.
Because no list of cocktails and drinks is complete without something decadently chocolate, we’ve included the Peppermint Patty for your reading pleasure. This drink is also known as a Heidi, and the memories are just as warm. A dessert drink to be shared with friends.
● Hot chocolate powder
● Rumple Minze or Peppermint Schnapps
Basically, the recipe for this is to put milk and hot chocolate together and add liqueur to your tastes. Make sure that the milk is heated, but not too hot because you don’t want to scald your tongue.
When you’re stuck inside waiting for the storms to pass, you can take to the liquor cabinet and create a magical wonderland of hot and cold drinks. What catches your eye? Tell us what you’d like to see in the comments.
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