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    Bourbon Syrup

    A good friend of mine, who coincidentally introduced me to this website gave me a great and easy recipe.

    Bourbon Syrup

    Each parts:
    Bourbon
    White sugar

    Mix them in a saute pan and cook over medium heat until full incorporated. Then pour over anything from pancakes to ice cream.

    Great stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyBoston
    A good friend of mine, who coincidentally introduced me to this website gave me a great and easy recipe.

    Bourbon Syrup

    Each parts:
    Bourbon
    White sugar

    Mix them in a saute pan and cook over medium heat until full incorporated. Then pour over anything from pancakes to ice cream.

    Great stuff
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    You don't need especially sweet bourbon because of adding all the sugar into the mixture. I've used Knob Creek, Russell's Reserve and Woodford.

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    Also be careful not to flambe' the bourbon because it will burn for a long time and will probably end up burning the sugar.

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    Eagle Rare

    Another good bourbon to use is Eagle Rare 10 SB, it has a nice maple flavor and isn't too high in price to cook with.

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    I do the same, usually for waffles. Works great. Haven't really fretted too much about what type of bourbon to use. Usually just something fairly inexpensive like Jim Beam Black.
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    I use syrup like this in several desserts. Add some strong black coffee and you have Kentucky Kahlua...
    Bj
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    I've have mentioned Conecuh Ridge some in the past...again, the rich flavors of syrup are very large..especially on the nose. Maybe a good pairing for those who want to entertain eating over pancakes or waffles as stated in previous posts.

 

 

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