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Dad’s Favorite Bourbon Pecan Pie

I know you guys are probably in a Halloween candy coma right now, but it’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving. Doesn’t it feel like time is going warp-speed this year, or is that just me swearing I just celebrated my birthday? (It’s in January, FYI). Since I relinquish my food duties to my grandma on Thanksgiving (except for the …

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Bourbon Pepper Pan Sauce – Learning a Skill That Always Thrills

Mastering pan sauces is one the easiest things a home cook can do to raise their culinary game, since it allows one to produce dishes most people only see in restaurants. And not just any restaurants. The really good ones. By the way, if you’re still looking for a Father’s Day gift, a nice bottle of bourbon, with a little …

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The “Hot Brown” – Kentucky’s Favorite Bourbon Absorbent

As I joked about in the intro, for something to be called a “Hot Brown,” and still become so wildly popular, is a true testament to just how amazingly delicious this really is.  Invented at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, to help late night partygoers keep going, this hot turkey gratin may be my all-time favorite, fork and knife …

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