Ep. 48: The Grassy Man on the Knoll

Ep. 48: The Grassy Man on the Knoll

Welcome to Ep48. In this episode, the dishes finally talk about Betty Crocker. Melissa enlightens us with an extremely brief history of the Rum Runner cocktail, and Kate shares another recipe from Betty Crocker’s box.

The featured drink this episode is the Rum Runner.

This episode’s recipe was an Olive Surprise Roast.

Show Music by Andrew Huang.

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Ep. 47: Sneaky Sneaky, Boozy Woozy

Ep. 47: Sneaky Sneaky, Boozy Woozy

Welcome to Episode 47!

The dishes start off by discussing their favorite Girl Scout cookies. Then, they dive into the story of Ada “Coley” Coleman, the inventor of the Hanky Panky cocktail. Aimee tells us about Toll House cookies, and Kate shares a recipe, but not from Betty Crocker’s Box (gasp).

The featured drink this episode is the Hanky Panky.

This episode’s recipe was Thin Mint Brownies!

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Recipe: Mint Julep

Recipe: Mint Julep

This cocktail was featured on Episode 07: Cocktails for Hitler (aka The 4th of July and Americana).

The Mint Julep is simple and elegant in nature, but does take some trial and error to get exactly right. This Mint Julep recipe comes from one of the foremost cocktail experts, David Wondrich.

Ingredients

3 oz. bourbon
1 tsp. sugar
Crushed ice
Several mint leaves

Directions

To make it, add a few mint leaves and sugar to a chilled glass, and muddle. Pack the glass with crushed ice, add bourbon, and then stir vigorously until the glass begins to frost. Add more ice if necessary and then garnish with mint leaves.