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Posts tagged “dessert

Bar Books Pt. 2

Possibly my most thumbed through tome in my collection, today I will be covering and reviewing “Imbibe!” by David Wondrich.

The blurb says “A lively, historically informed, and definitive guide to classic American mixology” and that’s exactly what it is.

Read more about this book after the break.



Irish Whiskey and Honeycomb Ice Cream

Possibly my most requested recipe of all time, this whiskey and honeycomb ice-cream provides a pretty strong rival to the ever classic rum and raisin combination.

This delicious caramel coloured ice cream is super easy to make and tastes incredible.


Super Easy Mixed Berry Jam

Alright so here we go, the worlds easiest jam.

All you need is

  1. Any fruit you want
  2. Sugar
  3. Lemon Juice

Optional : Liquid Pectin

Read how to after the jump

Mixed berry jam


Molten Cognac Chocolate Lava Cake

Is there anything more decadently delicious after a meal than something chocolatey, or maybe, a nice cognac to sup? This dessert combines the best of both worlds with a rich chocolate cake, with a melt-in-the-middle cognac chocolate centre.

Read more after the break.


Raspberry & White Chocolate Muffins With Chambord Glace Icing

These white chocolate and raspberry muffins are a decadent treat suitable for any occasion, whether it be a party or just a snack to have on hand. They look fantastic and are pretty gosh darn easy to make. This was actually the first request post I’ve made, so here you go.

Read more after the break


St Clements Tart – Orange, Lemon and Cointreau Tarte au Citron

Hello and merry 2012! This is the first post of the year, I kind of started neglecting this blog towards the end of 2011.. Blame video games. And Laziness. One of my new years resolutions is to post once a week here and a minimum of 3 times a week on twitter.

Yeah. Good times.

For my first post of 2012 I have made a delicious twist on the classic lemon tart, by adding various goodies.. And booze of course. Read the rest of the details after the jump.