Whiskey recipes

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    Blueberry Bread Pudding with Whisky Sauce

    • This bread pudding and sauce takes its inspiration from the one served at Pictou Lodge Resort.
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    Bourbon Mustard Glaze

    • Instead of buying barbecue sauce, let a homemade glaze add sweet yet tangy flavour to meals. Brush it on in the last few minutes of grilling so it...
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    Bourbon Sauce

    • In heavy saucepan, stir sugar with 1/3 cup (75 mL) water over medium heat until dissolved, brushing down side of pan with pastry brush dipped in...
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    Bourbon Sidecar

    • Memories of southern hospitality come with Beverley Renahan's suggested sipper. It goes particularly well with Lemon-Scented Green Olives.
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    Canadian Kiss

    • Canadian maple whisky, fresh ginger and a touch of raspberry liqueur make for a well-balanced libation that's sure to be a hit among fans of both...
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    Classic Manhattan

    • A whisky version of a martini, the manhattan is making a real comeback.
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    Corn and Tomato Rice Casserole

    • With the handy rice mix in the freezer and a few fixings in the pantry, this casserole takes only a few minutes to prepare before baking.
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    Dundee Cake

    • With its pattern of almonds on top, this easy-to-make, fruit-laden Christmas cake from Dundee, Scotland, is famous throughout the British Isles.
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    Irish Cream Liqueur

    • With its festive colour and fabulous flavour, this infused vodka is ideal for the holiday season.
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    Manhattan

    • Pair this slightly sweet sipper with Whisky Cheddar Spread and Oatcakes .
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    Maple Leaf Sour

    • This maple-flavoured adaptation of a whisky sour should please both patriots and Toronto hockey fans alike. Be sure to use real maple syrup and...
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    Maple Whisky Barbecue Sauce

    • Why pick up store-bought barbecue sauces when you can just as easily make your own at home? Here is one that you can brush onto food while grilling...
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    Merry Manhattan

    • A classic cocktail gets a festive twist with a special simple syrup. You'll use only 1 tbsp of the syrup in each cocktail, so store the leftovers...
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    Pecan Bourbon Fudge

    • Inspired by praline from New Orleans, this fudge isn't timid with the bourbon, which balances its sweetness.
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    Roasted Apples with Bourbon Crème Anglaise

    • Nothing showcases the fall season more deliciously than apples and cranberries. You can replace the bourbon with rum or brandy or omit it altogether.
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    Scotch on the Rocks Truffle Cups

    • Little truffle cups have the same decadence as rolled truffles but are simpler to prepare – just mix, pour and enjoy. These...
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    Slow Cooker Whisky-Glazed Ribs

    • Slow-cooked then quickly finished on the grill, sweet and sticky glazed ribs are guaranteed to impress your guests. Pork side ribs are also called...
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    Spiced Pecan Bourbon Tart

    • A twist on classic pecan pie, this tart has an easy pat-in crust and is lip-smackingly good with or without the bourbon. Serve with whipped cream.
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    Sticky Date Pudding with Irish Whisky Toffee Sauce

    • You won't have any trouble getting rid of the extra servings of this toothsome cake and whisky-laced caramel sauce.
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    Warm Spiced Apple Galettes With Whiskey Caramel

    • These individual galettes are spiced with the warm winter flavours of cinnamon and allspice. For a spectacular restaurant-style finish, serve each...
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    Whisky Cheddar Spread

    • Serve this irresistible spread with Oatcakes and a classic Manhattan cocktail.
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    Whisky Sauce

    • In heatproof bowl, whisk together egg, sugar and cornstarch until smooth; whisk in butter. Set over saucepan of simmering water; cook, whisking,...
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    Whisky Sour Slush Punch

    • This slush punch is the answer for a big reception or summer party. It's easy to concoct and, all the better for the busy entertainer, must be made...
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    Whisky Walnut Fudge

    • The most important thing about making fudge is to know that it sets very quickly. As soon as it starts to lose its gloss, scrape it immediately...
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    Whisky-Glazed Brussels Sprouts

    • Scotch whisky and a pinch of sugar give these sprouts a smoky, mellow flavour. Sprouts are never better than when frosty weather arrives. If you...