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OKG Newsletter

Topic: vanilla

DIY drinks

Local chefs and home cooks infuse their own alcohol with store-bought ingredients to create unique pairings.

Food and Drink Features

Vivian Boroff
Infused alcohol is all the rage and has made its way into local bars, restaurants and even home kitchens. Although many mainstream bars and liquor stores already carry a wide variety of infused alcohol (think the classic vanilla vodka) ready to be served or used, there’s a more creative alternative.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Spirited away

Chill out with tall, cool, liquored-up versions of the all-American milkshake this holiday season.

Food and Drink Features

Angela Botzer
Since the first time the term milkshake appeared in a British weekly newspaper in 1885, the drink has gone through many transformations. Initially, it was an alcoholic drink made with eggs, whiskey, milk and ice cream, resembling eggnog. By 1900, however, chocolate, vanilla and strawberry syrups were introduced, sans the whiskey, creating a more familiar version.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013