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Somewhere between Sangría and Planter’s Punch, the flavor of this refreshing cocktail pops thanks to Yellow Chartreuse and Grand Marnier. It’s a guaranteed way to keep your guests cool at your next barbecue.
This recipe was featured as part of our Wine Cocktails recipe slideshow.
Adapted from "Mr. Boston Summer Cocktails"
Place all of the ingredients in a punch bowl and stir to combine. Add a large block of ice and serve in highball glasses filled with ice. Garnish with a slice of orange.
In this episode of Kitchen Essentials, we visit Lincoln Carson, owner and chef at Bon Temps in Los Angeles. Lincoln shows us his most-used tools, which include his honing strop, hard rubber cutting board, a painter's spatula, and a Lady Hamilton spoon for plating. Watch to learn all about Lincoln's essentials, and why he uses them every day in the kitchen.
In this episode of Kitchen Essentials we visit wine expert and author Victoria James at Cote in NYC, where she is the Beverage Director and Sommelier. She showed us her essential Sommelier tools, which include her tastevin, her favorite decanters, and a selection of the perfect glassware to enjoy all types of wines. Watch to learn all about Victoria's essential tools, and why she uses them every day.
In this episode of Kitchen Essentials we visit Mina Newman, Executive Chef at Sen Sakana in NYC, where she tells us what her essential kitchen tools are for her Nikkei restaurant. For those unfamiliar, Nikkei cuisine refers to the food of the Japanese diaspora living in places like Peru. In the Andes, the combination of ingredients and Japanese technique led to the development of fascinating dishes and flavor profiles. Mina shows us her chopsticks, favorite knives, spoons, and a bonito shaving machine she had to order from Japan. Watch to learn all about Mina's essential tools, and why she uses them every day in the kitchen.
Warm, cozy, and perfect for winter, this German mulled wine is fragrant with cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, and citrus. It's sweetened with a bit of sugar and given an extra kick from a little brandy. Making it in a slow cooker means it's easy to keep it warm indefinitely and guests can serve themselves as they wish. Get the recipe. See more slow cooker drinks here.