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Scooped: Mulled Wine Ice Cream

Sweets Max Falkowitz 3 comments

This ice cream works a lot like vanilla bean—gently but assertively spiced with floral, fruity, and citrusy flavors working in tandem. It's a good general purpose ice cream but with a point of view all its own. The way mulled wine should be. More

Mulled Wine Ice Cream

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 1 comment

This ice cream works a lot like vanilla bean—gently but assertively spiced with floral, fruity, and citrusy flavors working in tandem. It's a good general purpose ice cream but with a point of view all its own. The way mulled wine should be. More

5 Winter Cocktail Recipes from Lolinda in San Francisco

Drinks Lauren Sloss Post a comment

Since it's the season for entertaining, we asked Chris Lane of Lolinda to teach us a few holiday cocktail recipes for whipping up at home. He shared some favorites from the current menu, including the Armagnac-based Carpenter's Hand; the Bergen Street, a twist on a classic citrusy gin cocktail; and The Devil's Backbone, a balanced blend of rye and Scotch. He also showed us how to make Napoleon's Vice, a winter-ready tiki drink, and a dangerously tasty rum-spiked mulled wine. More

Mulled Spiked Wine from Lolinda

Serious Eats Lauren Sloss Post a comment

This recipe for mulled wine is adapted from Jerry Thomas, with the important addition of rum added to each glass. More

Preserved: Mulled Wine Jelly

Sweets Lucy Baker 2 comments

Warm, spicy mulled wine is classic winter tipple, at once soothing and celebratory. Whenever I go to a holiday party, I'm always happy to see a pot bubbling away on the stove. I love the way the rich, hearty red wine pairs with spices like cinnamon, star anise, and cloves. This quick and easy recipe combines all the flavors of mulled wine in a festive, elegant jelly that's great for gift-giving. More

Mulled Wine Jelly

Serious Eats Lucy Baker Post a comment

This quick and easy recipe combines all the flavors of mulled wine in a festive, elegant jelly. If you don't have premixed mulling spices, simply add a few cinnamon sticks, star anise, whole cloves, and strips of orange zest to the pot with the wine. This jelly can take up to two weeks to set properly, so plan ahead! More

Citrus and Anise Mulled Wine

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 2 comments

This mulled wine is heavy on citrus and anise flavors thanks to a generous squeeze of orange and a complex blend of spices. More

What to Do With Leftover Wine: Mulled Wine Syrup

Serious Eats Michele Humes 17 comments

Did you wake up on New Year's morning swearing off the sauce forever? Do you have more half-empty bottles of vino than you know what to do with? Here's a way to repurpose the plonk, without the pain. More

The Downside of Seasonal Drinks

Drinks Paul Clarke 6 comments

The holidays are a time when all kinds of special recipes get trotted out for an annual airing, and like those red-and-white sweaters with little reindeer buttons, some of them should be tossed out along with that string of lights that no longer works. Everybody has their own issues with certain seasonal dishes--I, for one, have never understood the desire to consume cranberry sauce--and the same goes for seasonal drinks. More

Blogwatch: Mulled Wine

Kerry Saretsky 2 comments

The winter holidays are about a lot of things. Not unimportant among these many meaningful sentiments are two predominant aspects of the holiday season: staying warm and getting drunk. Ursula of Jane Spice, Mulled Wine combines the garnet Christmas red of Burgundy wine with the tart spike of Thanksgiving's cranberry juice, dressed up with the spices of the season. It looks, and must smell, like December in a glass. Plus, it delivers the warm and drunk part with a single punch. Just be sure not to serve Santa—he may be old enough, but a reindeer DUI would seriously interfere with presents.... More

Drinking Up Apple: Wassailing Day

Serious Eats Erin Zimmer 1 comment

At the core (heh) of this, is the hot wassail, a spiced drink that falls somewhere between cider, punch and mulled wine (each village has their own recipe, some with dry sherry or beer). More

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