Beer becomes a braise, amaretto elevates preserves, and rum masters the mocha. We offer a toast to these excellent ways to finish off a bottle.
Rather than braising meat in plain old water, we immersed tender chicken thighs in brown ale. Dinner never saw this coming -- bottoms up!
Breakfast goes over the top with a bit of booze. In the case of these chocolate waffles, smooth coffee liqueur infuses the syrup. That's called starting the day off right.
Ah, breakfast. The perfect time for crisp toast, tart cherry jelly, and a hearty splash of liqueur. A batch of our amaretto-spiked jelly will have you jumping out of bed.
You'll be shocked to know that classic grilled burgers can get even better.The secret? Whiskey, of course. Whiskey-cheddar filling makes an extra-juicy burger with a smoky kick.
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This is a love story about whiskey and butter. Salty and sweet, rich and warm, the unlikely pair combines for just about the best steak topper we've ever had. Whiskey-soaked shallots and fresh herbs don't hurt, either.
Baking with alcohol is a scrumptious idea. Here, amaretto-soaked brioche gains a gooey, caramelized finish in the oven. Top the hooch-infused breakfast with sugared blackberries.
Irish coffee is so yesterday. Sip on a warm rum mocha instead. A surprising splash of rum fits right in with creamy white chocolate and vanilla for a drink that's part coffee, part cocktail.
A cocktail as a dip? Pure genius! Here, we dunked grilled doughnuts in refreshing bourbon-laced mint julep dip. Cheers!
If you're wondering what to do with a lonely bottle of stout in the fridge, a brine is the perfect solution. Before sending pork chops to the grill, we love soaking them in rich stout and molasses for a tangy-sweet taste.
Loaded with tropical flavors like coconut and creamy mashed banana, this island-inspired cheesecake was missing one thing: rum! Oaky dark rum is the ticket for easy bars with a gourmet taste.
For an out-of-the-ordinary dinner, the first step is a splash of the hard stuff. Rum, that is. Marinate your fish in a refreshing rum-lime mixture. Then top it with rich cocoa-laced chopped almonds.