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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Hey Scott while your doing that put some Whiskey in the Batter you will be very surprised how much flavor it adds to the Pancakes! I do it all the time just have a bottle of cheap whiskey and use it in the batter!
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Another cooking thing I tried with Whiskey was stiring Whiskey in fryed Potato's they have a very Nice Flavor when done and crispness too! I even put some Whiskey in the dish with Hot Dogs and Beans in the oven they were great!
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Monday for the Holiday I decided to try Baking Spam with beans and pouring Whiskey and Beer in with them before baking it was very nice seemed to be very sweet and tender!
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Dave, I just can't get with ya on the Spam thing, but the pancakes sound fantastic. I was eyeing some bananas on my counter today wondering how a little bourbon might work in some banana bread.

    I like a little shot of bourbon or cognac in sauteed mushrooms, right as they're almost finished, with a little extra pat of butter and a pinch of salt.

    Cheers!

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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Let me Know if you make the Banana bread how it turns out I bet it will be awesome. As for the Pancakes I never use water as it does not take much and the Pancakes are awesome, give it a try and let me know. I call them old Fashion Bourbon Cakes! I have used Bourbon and beer together to sautee Mushrooms and Onions and they are great!
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Another great one to make with Bourbon is old Fashion Bourbon Meat Loaf! Just put some Bourbon in with the ground Meat Put some bourbon in a dish and put your Onion and small pieces of bread to soak in the Bourbon and in another dish mix some Bourbon with Ketchip, mix the onions and bread with the meat bast the Loaf with the Bourbon Ketchip mixture and if you like put a little Bourbon Ketchip mix in the meat mix also! Then bake and enjoy!
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    I am going to try an old Favorite again maybe this week Whiskey Flavored Corn cakes. I take a good brand of Pancake mix add real good creamed Corn an egg and whiskey to moisten and a dash of Olive oil to make them moist also. Pour on a grittle and Whiskey Corn cakes!
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    I am wondering if any out there have done any Crock Pot cooking with Whiskey? I have not and have been wondering what a good Beef stew would be like in a crock pot with Either Bourbon or Blended. I have a feeling that crock pot cooking might just bring the best out of the Bourbon. If anyone has done something like that please let me know.
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Something I have not tried and I am thinking about is putting a dash of Whiskey in some type of ready to heat Soup to see what it does. I love soups and have had soups with beer used in them but never Soup with whiskey. So I will try this one of these days I think with maybe a Clam Chowder! If anyone has tried this let me know how it worked out.
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    Re: Cooking with Bourbon & Whiskey for Fun

    Dave,
    I would hate for the bourbon to break the cream in your chowda! That would make for some real bad soup....so don't use anything too high in proof.
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