Brown Time

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Fall’s here. You’ve probably already stocked up on apples and pears and made some soups and stews.

But let’s also remember to switch from clear liquors to brown. Out with the vodka and gin, in with whiskey, scotch and the like. They’re great for cold-weather cocktails, and for cooking as well. Not that you can’t cook with vodka and gin, but dishes cooked with brown liquors just have that warm, comforting feel that’s perfect for the season.

Here are few recipes to get you started.

COMMENTS

  1. Adonis

    Fall’s here. You’ve probably already stocked up on apples and pears and made some soups and stews.

    January 22, 2011 at 3:11 am
  2. Tim Cebula

    Pour some for the ALDS. Go Sox!

    October 1, 2008 at 7:43 am
  3. Jacqueline Church

    I just learned about the sustainable manufacture that happens at Maker’s Mark. Now I’ll be even happier to use it when I make my Orange-Bourbon truffles for holidays. And sipping ain’t bad either.
    Jacqueline Church
    The Leather District Gourmet

    October 1, 2008 at 4:05 am

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