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Cocktail Recipes, Spirits, and Local Bars

Tallulah

This simple but delicious drink by bartender Zak Kittle was inspired by the Southern tradition of adding peanuts to a can of Coke.2 oz Jack Daniels Tennessee whiskey1 oz Peanut orgeat2 oz Coca-ColaGarnish: Salted peanutsAdd the whiskey and orgeat into a rocks glass and stir until well-combined.Fill with ice and top with the Coca-Cola.
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Cocktail recipes, spirits and local bars

Jelly cake

Prepare a tray with a size of 30X25 cm that we cover with baking paper, and turn the oven to 180 degrees. In a bowl mix the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda), and in another wet ingredients (egg, yogurt, oil, coffee). Slowly pour the wet ingredients over the dry ones and mix well.
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Cocktail recipes, spirits and local bars

Dessert tart with peaches and blueberries

For the dough I mixed flour with sugar, salt, baking powder, butter and egg. A crumbly dough should result. I stopped less than a quarter of this dough, I put the rest in a tray with baking paper, I pressed it lightly and I inserted the tray in the cold. I peeled the peaches (I don't like the fluff on the peel), I cut them into slices, sprinkled them with lemon juice and mixed them with flour, a little cinnamon powder and sugar.
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Cocktail recipes, spirits and local bars

Seafood with noodles

In a flat pan with a large diameter, fry in a little oil a packet and a half of noodles (over low heat, taking care not to burn them). fry the seafood a little in the same pan, and when they are ready add the onion, the pepper and the finely chopped garlic, leave them all to harden and at the end add the tomatoes given on a grater or in a blender.
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Cocktail Recipes, Spirits, and Local Bars

Rum Balls

Chocolate rum balls! These easy no-bake treats are perfect for your next holiday party.Photography Credit:Irvin LinSome of my friends make chocolate rum balls every year for their holiday parties, and these sweet little bites are always the first things to go. Maybe that says more about my friends who always reach for the boozy treats first, but I can’t blame them.
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