RecipesDish typeSide dishSauceCheese sauce A delicious cream sauce for a special occasion. Toasted hazelnuts, walnuts or pine nuts are a nice addition sprinkled on top.89 people made thisIngredientsServes: 4 350ml (12 fl oz) dry white wine1 (284ml) pot double cream2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese100g (4 oz) Gorgonzola cheese, crumbled1 pinch ground nutmegfreshly ground black pepper to tasteMethodPrep:5min ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:25minIn medium saucepan, cook white wine over high heat until reduced by half.
RecipesDish typeSide dishThis is a sweet and spicy quinoa recipe that& 39;s very versatile. It works well as a vegetarian main served hot, as a side dish or even as a lunchtime salad served cold.34 people made thisIngredientsServes: 6 4 tablespoons olive oil1 onion, diced2 carrots, grated200g raisins or sultanas1 tablespoon mixed spice250g quinoa35g chopped coriander350ml orange juice350ml water4 tablespoons chopped walnutsMethodPrep:10min ›Cook:25min ›Ready in:35minHeat olive oil in a large saucepan over medium heat.
I am a huge advocate of the & 34;spring cleaning& 34; mentality. Out with the old, in with the new. And while most people would associate spring cleaning with clothes and shoes, it’s important to consider your liquor cabinet in this as well. If you’ve been pouring yourself the same old drinks with the same old ingredients for too long, perhaps it’s time to do a little spring cleaning of your own.
This drink created by the talented Timothy Miner of Brooklyn’s beloved Long Island Bar promises to take you from cranky to calm in a mere sip, even if you’re feeling as rattled as a gnarly-toothed rancor in ‘Star Wars.’1 1/2 oz Old Forester Signature 100-proof bourbon1 oz Cynar liqueur1 oz Sweet vermouth2 dashes Mole bittersAdd all the ingredients into a mixing glass with ice and stir.
We got famed New York bar The Dead Rabbit to share its recipe for delicious hot Irish Coffee.3/4 oz Demerara syrup (one part demerara sugar, one part water)1 1/2 oz Clontarf Irish whiskey4 oz Brewed coffee, hotHeavy cream, lightly whippedGarnish: NutmegFill an Irish Coffee glass with hot water and let stand for a few minutes to warm.
The Burger Bash is one of the most anticipated events of the New York City Wine & Food Festival, and this year’s showing was certainly one to remember. Hundreds of hungry diners paid a whopping $225 to roam the rooftop of New York’s Pier 92 for three hours while sampling more than two dozen burgers from top New York restaurants and drinking copious amounts of wine and Blue Moon.