In my bar - Select (The Webtender) Select the ingredients you have in your bar from this rather large list of ingredients.
This list is created from all ingredients used in more than one or two drinks. When you finish your selection, go to the bottom of the page and click the "Generate List of Drinks" button. The Webtender will then generate a list of all drinks possible to make from your selection of ingredients. If you click "Pick Random", one of the drinks you can make will be selected for you. You can also set how accurate the match should be. Use the "Save Selection" and "Clear Selection" to save the current selection or clear a saved selection. Important: Hold down the CTRL key (Windows) or Apple key (Mac) to select more than one ingredient from the list. Skittles Vodka (with instructions) The Webtender: Drinking Games.
Have fun with The Webtender's collection of drinking games, but be extremely careful if you play any these games, especially the ones with high buzz factors.
The collection was created as an aid to responsible adults who know their limits (and not to cross them) when it comes to drinking, and not to promote this kind of drinking behavior. You should of course be of legal drinking age if you want to play these games with beer or drinks, but anyone can play these games with non-alcoholic beverages as well. For more fun, visit the Web Site Index and go to one of the sites listed there. You should also take a look at 'The Complete Book of Beer Drinking Games'. Home · Drink Recipes · Forums · Bookstore · Barstore · Web Index · Feedback.
Quick Guide to Every Herb and Spice in the Cupboard. Ever get coriander confused with cumin?
Or wonder if saffron is really essential to the flavor of a dish? As much for our benefit as for yours, we've put together this quick reference guide to all the most common (and some uncommon) herbs and spices! For any herb or spice listed below, click on the name to read the full description. We'll continue adding to this list as we cover more of the seasonings we use in our cooking. • Asafoetida (Asafetida) - Used as a digestive aid in Indian cooking, asafoetida has a strong odor that mellows out into a garlic-onion flavor. • Achiote Paste and Powder - Reddish-brown paste or powder ground from annatto seeds with an earthy flavor.
. • Allspice - Similar to cloves, but more pungent and deeply flavored. . • Annatto Seeds - A very tough reddish-brown seed with a woodsy aroma and an earthy flavor. . • Bay Leaf - (also: Indian Bay Leaf) Adds a woodsy background note to soups and sauces. • Cardamom - This warm, aromatic spice is widely used in Indian cuisine. My Fridge Food - Recipes you already have in your Fridge. How to Make Marshmallow Fondant. This time I decided to make it with those mini fruit flavored marshmallows.
I had to sort them by colour first. I figured they would add a little bit of flavor to the fondant so I wouldn't have to add much flavoring oil. I use gel colours to dye my fondant but regular food colouring will work too. You won't be able to get really dark colours without making your fondant sticky, but for lighter colours you can just even it out with more icing sugar.
I also had lemon oil and coconut flavoring on hand.. oh la la the value brand (which still works fine). Step One: Take a couple of handfuls of marshmallows and put them in a microwave safe bowl. I like to make smaller batches because its easier to add the colour to the melted marshmallow than it is to work the colour into the fondant later. Step Two: Stick the marshmallows in the microwave for ten seconds at a time until the are puffed up and easily stir into a goo with a wooden spoon. Step Three: Step Four: Fondant with the icing sugar kneaded in.
Recipe Sites. Meals. Dessert. The Pastry Affair - Home - Vanilla Pear Milk. Pears have always been one of my favorite fruits.
Not only do they have an elegant shape, but they are juicy and charmingly sweet. Though, pears have a dark side. They can be temperamental, finicky, and are never perfectly ripe. I would argue that pears are one of the most elegant and graceful fruits until you bite into them. Whenever I bite into a ripe pear, a small explosion occurs. Finding a ripe pear is virtually impossible. Pears are like a rock, so you think, "I'll take them home and they'll ripen up," and you put them in a bowl, and they sit there going, "No! The pears are mush before you even saw it coming. This vanilla pear milk is light and sweet. Vanilla Pear Milk 1 large pear, halved and cored 1/2 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt 3/4 cup milk Dash of cinnamon Place the pear, yogurt, milk, and spices in a blender and blend until smooth.