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Whiskies for Fall

Knob Creek bourbon. 100 proof. Expensive but fantastic. Sweet, mapley.

Bakers bourbon, if you can find it. 107 proof. Also expensive. SUPER strong, but awesome. Fruity. Lots going on.

I also enjoy Wild Turkey Rare Breed. 108 proof. A sophisticated Southerner, to be sure. Rich and very refined.

I drink all of these with ice. They seem to setlle down wonderfully with a few minutes on the rocks.

Oct 09, 2014
Bob in West Kearns in Spirits

1970s cocktail?

Roz: I can't stay, I just stopped by to drop off your punch bowl.
Frasier: Well, thank you, Roz. Say, what kind of punch did you serve?
Roz: Well, first I filled it with ice. Then I just poured orange
juice and vodka over it.
Frasier: Well, Roz, that's just a giant screwdriver!
Roz: Yeah, so? What am I, Martha Stewart?


The Most Fabulous Candy Bar Ever

Bought 3 online for my daughter and myself to try.

They're FANTASTIC!!!

Get off your snob horses... ITS CANDY!!!

Ordering more!

Pitcher-Perfect Margarita

What a bunch of snobs!

I've made this. I used Roses Lime Juice and skipped the simple syrup. Tasty margaritas for a nice price.

May 08, 2014
Bob in West Kearns in Recipes

Upscale Taco Bell Will Make You Rich and Fabulous

Preach it, brother!

May 07, 2014
Bob in West Kearns in Features

Almost Arnie

Bacardi Limon is very underated and virtually unknown. Delicious flavored rum. And limoncello? FAHGETABOUTIT! This is a winner all the way.

Aug 16, 2013
Bob in West Kearns in Recipes

Basic Bloody Mary Mix

Sriracha is tastier than Tobasco. It has garlic in it.

Feb 23, 2012
Bob in West Kearns in Recipes

Perfect Margarita

I've been experimenting with margaritas lately as well. I like them well enough that I can't afford to keep myself in Patron & Cointreau! Research will show you Margas should only have 3 ingredients: 100% agave tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice... no salt. Salt was traditionally used to help with the nasty taste of cheap tequila. If you use quality stuff you won't miss the salt. I can't stomach salt in margas now. Patron Silver is the best for an awesome margarita, but I use 1800 Silver as an acceptable substitute. Its a pure agave tequila, & has a completely different flavor profile than 1800 Resposado (ick!). I've experimented with GranGala (decent & affordable), Grand Marnier (too sweet), domestic triple sec (i could go on & on about triple sec...), and Cointreau (the best option for a great Margarita). The quality of limes (& most citrus fruit) is definetly poor right now, due to adverse weather conditions last year. The fruit tends to be very tart & bitter, with zero sweetness. I agree with the addition of simple syrup to help the limes.

2 oz. silver tequila
2 oz. Cointreau
2 oz. fresh lime juice
1 oz. simple syrup

Shake for 15 seconds with ice. Strain into a rocks glass. No salt, please.

Apr 27, 2008
Bob in West Kearns in Recipes