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Jello Shots. Ride The White Lightning. Just like Metallica’s album Ride the Lightning, this cocktail I’m about to share with you will give you a good ass kicking!

Ride The White Lightning

It’s festive, it’s strong; thusly named – White Lightning. So, lets say you’re hosting a party near the holidays, and you want to serve something special for your guests. The old go-to’s like Jack and Coke, or vodka and cranberry are good and all, but they’ve gotten old and crusty. This cocktail is PERFECT, because it’s sweet enough for the girliest girl, yet strong enough for the manliest man. Best of all, it pairs well with holiday cookies! Last year I hosted a Christmas Cookie party, so I searched and searched for a specialty cocktail that would fit the occasion.

By Natalie Wiser-Orozco Published: January 4, 2012 A festive holiday cocktail that’s sweet enough for the girliest girl, and strong enough for the manliest man! White Lightning Printable Recipe. Bar Basics Article. Skittles Vodka (with instructions) Frozen Butterbeer for the Deathly Hallows Premiere – Cook Like a Champion. There’s something you might not know about me.

Frozen Butterbeer for the Deathly Hallows Premiere – Cook Like a Champion

I’m a huge fan of the Harry Potter books and movies. I wasn’t always, but once I watched one movie, I was hooked. I was devastated when I found out Eric and I were moving away from Orlando before Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Luckily, we were able to fly back over the summer and use our season passes one last time. Even though it was incredibly hot and crowded, it was totally worth it to be able to experience a small part of the Harry Potter world.

Butterbeer, for those who don’t know, is a favorite drink of young witches and wizards. Looking for more Harry Potter recipes to celebrate the premiere of Deathly Hallows this week? Frozen Butterbeer for the Deathly Hallows Premiere Ingredients For the butterbeer: 1½ cups cream soda 6 tablespoons butterscotch schnapps 2 cups ice For the foamy topping: 6 tablespoons heavy cream 1 tablespoon butterscotch schnapps Directions Source Cook Like a Champion original. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Shot Glasses.

Cocktail Guide. Wine Types Explained. Stocking Your Home Bar. Mixologist and restaraunteur Joe Campanale shares his tips on stocking a first home bar.

Stocking Your Home Bar

Don’t get too overwhelmed trying to select the right brand: instead, follow Joe’s tips on having the right selection of liquors and you’ll be able to satisfy every guest. Hi, I'm Joe Campanale. You're watching eHow.com. And today, I'm going to show you how to stock a bar. Cocktail Basics: Bruising, Muddling and Shaking. Mixologist Joe Campanale breaks down the different ways of adding more flavor to your drink so you'll know how to bring that extra something to your next turn as bartender.

Cocktail Basics: Bruising, Muddling and Shaking

Hi, I'm Joe Campanale. Your watching eHow.com. Today, we're going to go over three simple techniques to extract more flavor out of some of the fresh ingredients you're going to use for cocktails. The first technique that I want to show you is called bruising. And bruising works really well when you want to extract flavor, but you don't want to tear apart or break apart what you're using. Drunken Gummies (Vodka-Infused Gummi Bears) This Instructable takes a bit more than a week to complete, but the end result is certainly worth it!

Drunken Gummies (Vodka-Infused Gummi Bears)

You will need: - 1 1/2 cups of vodka (can use more or less if desired)- 1 tub of gummi bear candies, plastic with lid (about 1kg. Tub found at Wal-mart)- 1 can of frozen juice concentrate, any flavour desired (I used fruit punch.) You can keep the juice frozen for now, as you will not need it for a few days. - First step is to open the lid of your gummi bears and pour in the vodka. . - Give your newly introduced gummi-bears and vodka a stir, and replace the lid. . - Let this sit for five days, stirring a couple of times each day.