Advanced Techniques - Clarified Milk Punch
Curdling milk to make a cocktail? Yes, it sounds gross, but it’s also the secret to a beautifully clear, rich, and flavorful punch. Here we learn the “milk washing” technique that dates back to the 18th century.
RECIPES & EQUIPMENT :
HELP TRANSLATE VIDEOS:
SHARE YOUR FEEDBACK:
FIND ME ON:
MUSIC: Take 5 cover by Tim Johnston
The best wines to pair with desserts
Sommelier and founder and CEO of 'Shall We Wine' Regine T. Rousseau, shares the best wine and dessert pairings.
Cherry Clafoutis Recipe - How to Make A French Clafoutis
Join my online French cooking classes ????????: this video recipe is a tutorial that will show you how to make a cherry clafoutis from scratch. the French cherry clafoutis is a versatile dish that is easy to make and always taste great, you can use other fruits for something different if you like. but the cherry version is really the French original dessert. today I am making a Clafoutis using cute individual dishes to make Baby cherry Clafoutis.
Ingredients to serve 4:
for the cherry marinade:
450 grams of Good quality black Cherries
3 tablespoons of sugar
3 tablespoon of cherry liquor or cherry brandy
For the clafoutis batter:
50 grams of caster sugar
2 full eggs + 1 egg yolk
200 ml of milk
100 ml of double cream (heavy cream)
1 tablespoon of melted butter (melt the butter until its has a light brown color)
a pinch of salt
a generous table spoon of plain flour
a few drops of vanilla extract or a fresh vanilla bean (split open and seeds removed and added to the mix)
to coat the dishes:
a few spoons of caster sugar
2 tablespoon of butter
for conversion :
Dongara Port Denison Ice Cream and Rum tasting
Ice cream on Dongara's South Beach or The Illegal Rum Tender Distillery started in 2015 and has been bottling Rum. Producing spiced spirits they use local botanicals
and French oak wine barrels to infuse flavour into their small batch treats (the ‘Bushtucker’ spiced Rum being their speciality). Illegal Tender has a tasting room - visit for the distillery tour and tasting.
How to Make Foam for a Cocktail - Raising the Bar with Jamie Boudreau - Small Screen
Creating a foam for use in a cocktail is a simple and creative way to add depth and flavor to your next creation. The process in determining the ingredients that will go in to your foam is similar to the process of coming up with a great cocktail and there are a few principles to keep in mind that will help keep the foam aloft.
Watch this video on Small Screen:
1 1/2 oz Milagro Select Barrel Silver Tequila
1 oz pomegranate juice
dash rhubarb bitters
dash simple syrup
Stir ingredients with ice.
Add foam (recipe below) to a chilled cocktail glass.
Strain cocktail through foam into glass.
Flame Green Chartreuse over top of the drink.
Cocktail Foam (recipe will vary dependent upon your cocktail)
4 egg whites
6 oz St Germain Elderflower Liqueur
3 oz lemon juice
2 oz water
Add all ingredients to an iSi Whipper, cap and shake to mix.
Charge the iSi Whipper with two chargers, shaking between charges.
Chill for at least one hour.
DRUNK CAKE NOMZ // VLOGMAS DAY 23
Did a few fun things today while in Florida.
Here is the Stetson Mansion information - Highly recommend a tour!
Here is the Rum Cake Recipe - Don't forget to tag me on IG or Facebook if you make it :)
Delicious Rum Cake – Carlos
1 box yellow cake mix
4 ½ oz. box instant vanilla pudding
¼ cup vegetable oil
¼ cup rum, light, dry (Porto Rican)
4 large eggs
Walnuts – crushed to cover bottom of pan
Mix 1st 5 ingredients & beat well
Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition
Grease & flour Bundt pan
Sprinkle nuts & pour batter
Bake 1 hour at 325 degrees Fahrenheit
Prepare glaze 15 minutes before cake is done
1 cup sugar
½ cup butter
½ cup rum
¼ cup water
Combine ingredients in sauce pan & boil gently for 1 minute
Remove cake from oven
Poke holes in cake with ice pick (or chopstick)
Pour glaze over cake while still warm in pan
Completely cool cake before removing from pan
Cake ages well, may be made days in advance & freezes well
To get $10.00 off your Erin Condren purchase, use this link. An email will be sent to you with a coupon code!
Here are some of my favorite things...
Paper Mate InkJoy Gel Pens
Pilot Ultra Fine Point Permanent Marker
Un Do Adhesive Remover
Camera I Use
Tripod I Use
Lighting I Use
Batteries for Lighting
Light Stand I Use
If you'd like to send me some snail mail, here is the address:
Favorite Daughter Emily
12527 Central Avenue NE #322
Blaine, MN 55434
***** LET'S BE INTERNET FRIENDS *****
***** FOLLOW MY DOG *****
YouTube - DOYLE THE SHIBA
Facebook - DOYLE THE SHIBA
This is not a sponsored video. All opinions are 100% my own and products sent to me for consideration will be noted with an asterisks (*)
ENJOY, COMMENT, LIKE & SUBSCRIBE!
Red Wine-Spiked Hot Chocolate Is a Thing Now
According to the New York Times, red wine-spiked hot chocolate is the season’s hottest drink trend. Since Martha Stewart put her stamp of approval on the combination, the fad has blown up.
Though it may sound odd the fusion isn’t as strange as it seems. Wine experts agree the drink is worth a try. You want to make sure your chocolate is on the bitter side—like dark chocolate with a cocoa percentage of around 60 percent. If the chocolate is too sugary, like a milk chocolate, the sweetness won’t mesh well with a red wine’s tannin.
Eugenio Jardim, a San Francisco-based sommelier and wine consultant says thatou want a bottle of wine that has some of the same flavor characteristics as the chocolate.
This video was produced by YT Wochit News using
Making Weed Cocktails At Gracias Madre In Los Angeles
Marijuana (in the form of CBD) and alcohol come together in perhaps the classiest version of that pairing at Gracias Madre, a 100% vegan and organic Mexican restaurant in LA. Watch today’s episode of Consumed for an inside look at the mixed drink, sampled by host Kat Odell.
For more episodes of Consumed, click here:
— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —
Eater is the one-stop-shop for food and restaurant obsessives across the country. With features, explainers, animations, recipes, and more — it’s the most indulgent food content around. So get hungry.
Subscribe to our YouTube Channel now!
Our Video Crew:
Wine Cocktails with Joe Campanale, Anfora - Stupidly Simple Snacks
Amy of AmyBlogsChow.com joins NYC restaurant owner and beverage director Joe Campanale to make three refreshing, stupidly simple wine cocktails: a spritz from Austria, Tinto de Verano from Spain, and Bicicletta from Italy. Watch Amy's snack videos and follow her food adventures on
Special Thanks to:
Stupidly Simple Snacks is produced by NYC food writer and blogger Amy Cao (AmyBlogsChow.com) to show non-cooks how to fake it til they make it in the kitchen. Joined by chefs, friends, and sometimes just by herself, Amy tackles easy recipes for everything from milkshakes to guacamole using basic kitchen equipment and ingredients you have at home.
Chef's Night Out: Daniel Patterson
Subscribe to Munchies here:
Chef Daniel Patterson is best-known for his San Francisco restaurant Coi, which he opened in 2006. The restaurant was first awarded two Michelin stars only a couple years later, and this year appeared on the San Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants list for the first time, debuting at number 49
Those accolades surely speak well for the restaurant, but they fail to communicate exactly how Patterson articulates his intelligence and his vision through cuisine. We spent an evening in San Francisco filming with him and were completely struck by his odd sense of humor and his ability to explain his food and the ideas behind them seamlessly. Chef Patterson forged his own path in Chef's Night Out country, taking his wife to dinner on his first stop at Corey Lee's Benu. But things loosened up when the chef and his crew dove into pastrami, gin, and an impromptu meal for 26 people. Enjoy.
Check out the Chef's Night Out playlist here:
Check out for more!
Follow Munchies here:
Local Bartender Nominated for International Award - Shaw TV Victoria
With all its tasty food and sumptuous drinks, Victoria is a foodie town. As Shaw TV's Sucheta Singh discovers, that reputation is expanding internationally and has led to an award nomination for one local bartender.