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I'm going to a wedding in Virginia this weekend and am looking for a big (affordable) breakfast somewhere between Charlottesville, VA and DCA. Any recommendations?
A toss in melted butter and a mix of brown sugar, salt, black pepper, and a touch of cayenne would seem to be all these pecans need. But to echo their boozy inspiration, the nuts are then doused with bourbon and dotted with old-fashioned accoutrements of orange zest and cherries (dried cherries made plump by a soak in more bourbon). The result is a spicy-sweet snack of glazed pecans worthy of a perfectly made Old Fashioned cocktail, or any cool beverage you happen to be nursing.
Last night I was trying to explain to a friend how much I enjoyed this one recipe from Stephanie Izard's new cookbook, Girl in the Kitchen. Turns out I was preaching the choir, as we had both apparently purchased the book, looked through the whole thing, and decided to try this exact same recipe.
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If you're looking for fruitcake in beer form, this is the winter ale for you. This beer is brewed with a bit of caramel malt and chocolate malt, as well as some cold press orange oil, cinnamon sticks, and fresh ginger added in the last 15 minutes of the boil.