Showing posts from October, 2016

Steaks for a Cold October Saturday

1 large saucepan 2 cups whiskey 2 cups lemon – peeled and chopped 2 large steaks 1 cup onion – chopped 2 cups bacon crumbles 1 bottle of whiskey 1 loaf French bread
In a large saucepan, combine whiskey, chopped lemons and 2 large steaks. Refrigerate the ingredients for 4 hours and then remove the saucepan from your fridge and let the steaks come to room temperature. Next, preheat your oven to 400 degrees F for 10 minutes and then place 1 cup on chopped onions over the steaks. Place the saucepan in your oven and bake the dish for 15 minutes and then sprinkle 2 cups of bacon crumbles over the steaks. Return the saucepan to your oven and continue cooking the steaks for an additional 10 minutes – the steaks' center should be slightly pink in color when you cut them. Lastly, serve these steaks with a bottle of whiskey and a loaf of French bread. 

Warm October Breeze

1 small pot 2 cups whiskey 1 lemon – peeled and chopped ½ Tbsp cinnamon ½ cup chocolate - chopped
In a small pot over “Low” heat, combine whiskey, lemon and cinnamon. Stir the ingredients until the whiskey starts to boil. Next, turn off the heat and slowly blend chopped chocolate into the cocktail. Stir the ingredients thoroughly for 3 minutes. Enjoy this hot cocktail while sitting outside!

Luke's Wine Slush

1 bottle chilled white wine ½ cup chilled red wine ½ cup blueberries – chopped 6 ice cubes
In a blender, combine white wine, red wine and blueberries. Blend on “Low” for 1 minute and then add ice cubes to the mixture. Blend on “Low” until the ice is fulled chopped. Enjoy this cocktail this afternoon!!