Drink Low-Alcohol Cocktails Instead of Going Full Dry January

If you’re like the rest of us who ate and drank our faces off last month, perhaps in these first weeks of 2019, you’re thinking about committing to Dry January. Question is, what is the end game here...

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Can I substitute another liquor for Cointreau?

by mels 13 years ago

I am making a recipe calling for Cointreau, but I am making a large quantity and Cointreau isn't cheap. I know it is orange flavored, but I don't want to go the Grand Marnier route either due to co...

Alcohol on Planes - Checked Luggage

Frosty Melon
by Frosty Melon 13 years ago

It's still ok to pack alcohol in luggage you plan to check, right? Are there specific guidelines? Will a bottle be ok in the cargo hold with the cold temps (I assume so, since it's fine in the fr...

alcohol in food - safe for children?

by midtownDiner123 11 years ago

are dishes that call for alcohol in the ingredients (penne alla vodka for example) safe for children under age 10 to eat? this might be an obvious question since i know the alcohol cooks down but i...

How long is opened vodka good for?

by foodsmith 11 years ago

I have a barely used bottle of Smirnoff, triple filtered vodka that I swear must be nearly 2 years old. Is it still good for making penne al vodka? And by good is there anything dangerous about eat...

Making liquor-soaked cherries for Manhattans

by Unpossible 13 years ago

How do you do this? What's the best liquor to use? How long do they take to soak? How long do they last in the fridge? Can I make them without owning a glass jar (will tupperware work)? Than...

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