Student Workshop | Program | The Old-Fashioned Happy Hour, Maya Norman, Airdate 4/8/2018

Student Workshop | Program | The Old-Fashioned Happy Hour, Maya Norman, Airdate 4/8/2018

– Good evening, bartenders, Wisconsin lovers, supper club goers, beverage geeks, and, like myself, craft cocktail enthusiasts. I’m Tori Bringedahl. Tonight we’re gonna take a look inside Wisconsin’s unofficial state cocktail. That’s right, the Old Fashioned. We’ll explore a little history, along with the magic of muddling, or not muddling, and later on we’ll learn Read more about Student Workshop | Program | The Old-Fashioned Happy Hour, Maya Norman, Airdate 4/8/2018[…]

Cherry & Red Wine Cobbler Recipe

Cherry & Red Wine Cobbler Recipe

(“Dio e Zingaro” by Municipale Balcanica) – Hi, I’m Jerry James Stone and you’re watching “Cooking Stoned”. In today’s episode I’m going to make this amazing… I think I use the word amazing probably too much, but it is amazing, I swear! So, it’s an amazing, boozy cherry cobbler. Now, before I get started, I Read more about Cherry & Red Wine Cobbler Recipe[…]

Does Alcohol Really Burn Off When Cooked?

Does Alcohol Really Burn Off When Cooked?

how much alcohol is left in your food after you cook with it short answer almost all of it or almost none of it depending on how you cook it let us to the Science Building and consult with my colleague dr. garland Crawford chemistry professor at Mercer University according to the literature what you're Read more about Does Alcohol Really Burn Off When Cooked?[…]

Leda's Urban Homestead - Pickled (Fermented) Sour Cherries

Leda's Urban Homestead – Pickled (Fermented) Sour Cherries

sour cherries are a special ingredient that is only in season for a few weeks in late spring and early summer this recipe is a fantastic way to preserve them all you need are some sour cherries you could also use regular cherries but really the flavor with the sour ones is something extra-special so Read more about Leda's Urban Homestead – Pickled (Fermented) Sour Cherries[…]

Drunken Squirrel: Too Many Fermented Cherries!