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Cocktails For Those Missing New Orleans On Mardi Gras
- Posted: February 21, 2009
Former residents of the French Quarter probably miss Mardi Gras more than anything else about the city. With the majestic celebrations that side of the world during the festival, who wouldn’t?
If you can’t make it to New Orleans for Fat Tuesday, you can celebrate its memories with cocktails that bring to mind its spirit. With thousands of places to enjoy a good cocktail in the city during the height of the annual festivities, there surely must have been a couple of drinks that completely snagged your fancy. Plop down on the couch, turn on the TV to whatever Mardi Gras programming is being shown and mix up a few of these French Quarter favorites.
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1. COFFEE LIQUEUR (2851 views) ***Next Page > >
Excerpt: Tie coffee in a double thickness of cheese cloth to form a bag. Place in boiling water, and boil down to 1 quart. Add sugar to the solution before i...
2. GLOGG EXTRACT (2248 views) ***
Excerpt: Of course in Norway most people just buy an extract. Anyway, this makes a pretty nice Glogg: add cloves, cardamon pods, cinnamon, amd citrus peel to a...
3. ACADIAN MEAD (1802 views) ***
Excerpt: Dissolve the honey with the water in a crock pot; allow to ferment befor bottling and sealing.
4. ANGELICA RATAFIA (1624 views) ***
Excerpt: Pound the angelica stalks and leaves on the bottom of a crock pot; add the seeds and spices and store in a cool place for two months. Strain. Boil the...
5. ANISE VODKA (2072 views) ***
Excerpt: Combine in a large bottle; seal tightly and allow to stand at room temperature for at least one week. Strain clean and re-bottle for future use.
6. APPLE STRAWBERRY CORDIAL (2070 views) ***
Excerpt: Peel and core the apples. Simmer them in a pint of water for several minutes; add the spices and simmer twice as long. Add the Strawberries and the su...
7. APPLE WINE (1720 views) ***
Excerpt: Slice the apples in their skins; place them in a large pot and add 1 gal. of water which has been boiled clean and cooled. Store at room temperature f...
8. APRICOT BRANDY (1726 views) ***
Excerpt: Boil the apricots whole in enough water to cover them; lower heat and simmer until tender. Remove the skins. Boil the sugar in enough water to make a ...
9. BARLEY CIDER (1695 views) ***
Excerpt: Combine in a large wooden cask; stir well. Seal and allow to ferment. When ready, strain off into another cask to age.
10. BAYOU BEER (1652 views) ***
Excerpt: Combine in a large saucepan; bring to a boil and stir onstantly. Allow to cool and ferment before bottling in a crock pot or stone jug, (it should onl...
11. BLACKBERRY CORDIAL (2257 views) ***
Excerpt: Combine everything except the cognac in a large sauce pan; bring to a boil several times, stirring occasionally. Add the brandy and bottle, cork and s...
12. BLACKBERRY WINE (1889 views) ***
Excerpt: Combine the crushed berries withe the water in a large crock pot and allow to stand for two days. Strain and add three parts sugar for each part juice...
13. CARROT WINE (1768 views) ***
Excerpt: Boil the carrots in 1 gal. of water for 15 minutes; add the hops and boil another 10 minutes. Strain into a large pot; add the moist sugar. When lukew...
14. CELERY WINE (1373 views) ***
Excerpt: Boil the celery in a gallon of water for at least 15 minutes. Strain and allow to cool; combine with the sugar, lemon slices and the yeast and store i...
15. CHERRY BOUNCE (2096 views) ***
Excerpt: Muddle the cherries (unstoned). Pour the rum over them and allow to stand at room temperature for at least one week. After this time, strain the drink...
16. COCONUT CORDIAL (1606 views) ***
Excerpt: Slice off the eye of the coconut and drain. Fill with water and measure the amount of water you put in. Combine the rum and sugar (at a ratio of 2:1) ...
17. COCONUT RUM (2720 views) ***
Excerpt: Slice off the eyes of the coconut and drain out the milk. Fill with brown sugar and seal very tightly. Allow the sugar in the coconut ferment in a coo...
18. CREME DE CACAO (2153 views) ***
Excerpt: Roast the beans until nearly charred; soak in the brandy for a week. Boil the sugar in water to make a thick syrup; allow it to cool and then combine ...
19. CREME DE LAURIER (1550 views) ***
Excerpt: Pound and blend the laurel leaves, myrtle flowers, cloves, and nutmeg; pour the brandy over them. Boil the sugar in enough water to make a syrup; allo...
20. CREME DE MENTHE (2176 views) ***
Excerpt: Wash the mint sprigs; chop into fine pieces. Combine with the lemon rinds in a flat bowl; pound as finely as possible. Soak in the brandy for a week. ...
21. DAMSON WINE (1828 views) ***
Excerpt: Spread yeast on a piece of toast. Slice the fruit; place them in a large pot and pour in a gallon of boiling water. Close tightly and allow to stand f...
22. DEWBERRY CORDIAL (1737 views) ***
Excerpt: Mash the berries and combine them with the water in a large crock pot. Add the sugar and yeast and stir until blended. Allow to ferment for at least o...
23. GINGER BEER (2107 views) ***
Excerpt: Dissolve yeast in a few drops of water. Pound the ginger into a powder; combine with a gallon of boiling water. Add the lemon juice and rind, cream of...
24. GRAPEFRUIT BEER (1393 views) ***
Excerpt: Peel and slice the grapefruit; combine with 3 gals of hot water in a large crock pot. Allow to cool; add the yeast. Seal and allowto ferment. Bottle i...
25. JAMAICAN GINGER BEER (2234 views) ***
Excerpt: Combine the ginger, sugar, honey, water, and lime juice in a large pot. Add the yeast and the egg white; stir to blend. Allow to stand in a cool, dark...
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