Pineapple, Ginger and Bourbon Chiller
Grab a pitcher and make this crowd-pleasing cocktail that looks as good as it tastes. This bourbon-based cocktail includes a great combination of pineapple and ginger, which offers a good balance of sweet and spicy. Serve this beverage at your next dinner party or barbecue.
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Mixed with vanilla extract, pecans and boubon, this dessert is dipped in melted chocolate and frozen before being served. Recipe courtesy of McCormick 
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Bourbon-brined turkey with apple bourbon pan gravy
Preparing a pan gravy is the best way to put all that's left in your roasting pan to use. This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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hot toddy
Feel a winter cold coming on? Looking for a way to wind down while you cozy up to your favorite holiday movie? This Honey Bourbon Hot Toddy has all the winter charm you need to make your season merry and bright and slightly buzzed.This recipe is courtesy of Gifts.com.Click here to see more of our favorite Kentucky Derby cocktails.
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Bourbon Spice Latte
Move over pumpkin spice latte lovers and meet bourbon spice latte. Take everything you love in the classic seasonal drink and add bourbon to it.Recipe courtesy of Distillery 291.
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bourbon peach cooler
Iced tea and peaches are about as Southern as it gets. This country drink blends the flavors with bourbon, peach schnapps, peach nectar, unsweetened iced tea and an optional dash of bitters for a fruity and refreshing beverage.This recipe is courtesy of David Danielson, executive chef of Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby.
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Cherry Bourbon Glazed Ham
Elevate the baked ham with a festive glaze of cherry preserves, bourbon, molasses and allspice. Serve at Easter or Christmas dinner, open house buffet or brunchtime entertaining.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Perhaps the first cocktail ever mixed, the Old Fashioned has seen many incarnations, including the current (and loathsome) trend of muddling cherry and orange into it. Rye was the first whiskey used with this drink, and Angostura bitters are most commonly mixed in. I’ve switched rye for Bourbon, and Peychaud’s bitters for a slightly sweet and more floral cocktail. Learning to adjust to your taste preferences is all part of becoming a great home bartender.
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Originating in its namesake city in the 1870s, the most traditional Manhattan uses rye whiskey, though Bourbon or Canadian whisky are also traditionally used, depending on which time period you locate your traditions. This version is a slight variation on the original. Master this cocktail and you'll be on your way to becoming a great home bartender.
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Bourbon Barbecue Sauce Burger
There’s no better way to keep a beef burger juicy than sweet and tangy barbecue sauce. Top yours with Cheddar cheese and crispy bacon for the ultimate grilled burger.
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Maple Bourbon Barbecue Sauce
Whenever I find a food or an ingredient I like, the first thing I want to do, after eating it, is find a way to make it better myself. And typically, when I go to do that I end up adding bourbon to whatever recipe I am creating. This time I also added maple syrup and it was a great decision. This barbecue sauce is a definitely a little on the sweet side with just enough of a kick! Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.
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Bourbon and Fig Cocktail
Nothing like the sound of crunching leaves and pumpkin-flavored everything to ring in autumn. But, with a new season comes a new drink. Fig and bourbon is the perfect combination, and the perfect color scheme for sipping and admiring fall foliage.See all cocktail recipes.Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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