The flavor of bourbon adds flair and sophistication to every occasion. Celebrations in the Bluegrass State -- or any state, for that matter -- are never complete without the unique richness of this signature drink. Every holiday party is made warmer with bourbon balls and velvety bourbon eggnog, and no respectable Kentucky Derby party is complete without ice-cold mint juleps.
Bourbon Desserts features more than seventy-five decadent desserts using America's native spirit. Celebrated food writer and home chef Lynn Marie Hulsman brings together a collection of confections highlighting the complex flavor notes of Kentucky bourbon, which are sure to delight the senses. Organized by category and beautifully presented, the delectable recipes include Bourbon Creme Brulee, Watermelon Julep Pops, Drunken Hot-Fudge Pudding Cake, Derby Morning Maple-Bourbon Hotcake Syrup, and Grandma Rose's Big Race Pie. Giving readers the confidence to prepare these easy-to-execute desserts, this cookbook also features fun facts about bourbon and its origins as well as tips and tricks for working in the kitchen.
Designed for the amateur boozy baker but sophisticated enough for the culinary professional, the indispensable collection of recipes in Bourbon Desserts proves an old saying: "What whiskey and butter won't cure, there's no cure for. "
" "Bourbon Desserts" is more than just a cookbook, its a trip down memory lane, as the author skillfully takes us on a journey with each recipe, back to her beloved Kentucky. Intertwined with each decadent & delicious recipe, the author tantalises both our taste buds and our imaginations with little nuggets of trivia about bourbon and other ingredients, thrown into the gooey, scrumptious mix that is "Bourbon Desserts." Whether you need a sumptuous dessert as a grand finale to a formal dinner party, or something more heartwarming for a family lunch, Bourbon Desserts is a must for every household." -- Carmel Harrington, author of "Beyonce Grace's Rainbow"
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 7th August 2014
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
Dimensions (cm): 17.8 x 17.8 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.54