Top Rated Grand Marnier Recipes

Perfect Sangria
Sangria is an inexpensive option for enjoying a fruity and refreshing drink. Gather together your favorite red or white wine with fruit chunks, fruit juice, soda water and brandy or rum to create a delicious beverage you can't get enough of.This recipe is by Alpana Singh and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Red Wine and Berry Spritzers
This is an easy spitzer you can make whenever you need a pick me up. This chilled beverage is made up of red wine, an assortment of fruits and more. You can easily swap the red wine for white wine if you prefer.
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Pumpkin Spice Liquor
If you're a pumpkin spice latte lover, well meet pumpkin spice liquor. This cocktail is combined with rum, cold brew, Grand Marnier and pumpkin spice syrup served inside of a whole pumpkin. This is a great cocktail to have at the center of the table for a Halloween or Thanksgiving party.Recipe courtesy of Le Jardinier's Beverage Director Juan Carlos Santana.
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Tangerine Margarita recipe - The Daily Meal
A margarita is a great way to celebrate the arrival of summer (or any season, really). This variation uses gourmet tangerine syrup and muddled citrus and to add a fresh, tart vibe to the classic cocktail.This recipe was originally published in the Orlando Sentinel.
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Chocolate Bread Pudding recipe - The Daily Meal
Bread pudding—created as a way to use up a stale loaf or three—isn't the humble dish it once was as chefs now flavor it with rich ingredients like dark chocolate and orange liqueur. Yet even when a pricey ingredient is added, it still can be a budget-conscious dessert. As for which bread to use, sourdough, brioche, wheat or even a fruit bread all make a great pudding (and an even better pudding when slightly stale, since they tend to absorb more of the custard.)This recipe is adapted from Colleen Grapes, pastry chef at Irving Mill in New York City. It was originally published in the New York Daily News.
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Plum Nut Bread Pudding recipe - The Daily Meal
This recipe was developed to make use of fresh Santa Rosa plums, a tart variety which are too sour to eat straight but are great for baking. This recipe uses brioche bread, but any rich white bread would work equally well.This recipe is by Erica Penzer Kerekes and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Johnny's Gun
This spicy cocktail from The Writing Room is perfect for winter.
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People shy away from caramel because they think it's some complicated process that needs a candy thermometer. This recipe shows you that there's an easy, fast, and delicious way to make a caramel-esque sauce for your next ice cream sundae. 
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A play on the Barbotage cocktail — a French elixir specially designed to handle exactly this kind of morning-after, whose name means either "bubbly” or "spinal anesthesia” (really) — The Resolution adds a hit of cherry to help the medicine go down.
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This is a one-of-a-kind cocktail that was created in the Bevvy Cocktail Lab. The smoky mezcal and fresh mint in this drink combine and make a perfect, refreshing treat to sip on.This recipe is courtesy of Aubrey Joy Schuster at bevvy.co.
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Pressure Cooker Duck in Orange Sauce
Grand Marnier, white wine, thyme, parsley, and sage make a wonderfully smooth orange sauce to top duck legs cooked to tender perfection in just 45 minutes.Excerpted from The New Pressure Cooker Cookbook by Adams Media. Copyright © 2016 F+W Media, Inc. Used by permission of the publisher. All rights reserved. 
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Tiramisu Cake
In my family, the cooking is left to the ladies in our home kitchen and the baking is left to my father, at our pastry shop. Ergo, when it came time to decide upon a recipe I chose a cake to test my own baking chops, with just a little bit of help. Classic tiramisu is made usually in a sheet pan or a glass casserole dish so the sponge is left to soak. However, in this instance, our rendition is dressed up a bit, in a cake form to make it easier to slice and serve. This version is still rich in espresso essence and holds truth to its Italian handle.
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