A traditional game played by Native Alaskans. Five or more players clasp hands and form a circle around one player who is "it". "It" would place his hands on each of the other players and ask who he was. The answer is always the name of an animal. "It" would then try to break out of the circle by stepping on the toes of his captors, who would jump nimbly to avoid this. If "it" succeeded in breaking free, everyone would run after him.
1 oz. Dark Rum (No surprise, I prefer Haitian Barbancourt 5 Star)
1 1/4 oz. Frangelico
1/2 oz. Baileys
Coffee (I recommend anything from James Coffee )
Vanilla Infused Whipped Cream
For the Whipped Cream:
1 c heavy whipping cream
2 T Sugar
1 T vanilla
Combine all the ingredients and whisk to stiff peaks.
For the cocktail:
Pour the rum in a coffee mug. Add the Frangelico and Baileys. Top with coffee and stir. Garnish with the shaved almonds and drink up!
2 ounces hard cider
1 teaspoon brown sugar
A couple drops of angostura bitters
2 ounces bourbon whiskey
Apple slice, for garnish
Cinnamon (dash or stick)
Ice, to serve
In a lowball glass, combine the hard cider, bitters and brown sugar. Stir until the sugar is dissolved. Add the whiskey and stir again. Drop in a few ice cubes and garnish with the apple slice and cinnamon.
This is a take on my Nana's recipe she's been making for as long as I can remember. I use Barbancourt rhum from Haiti, as that's the house booze at Cow by Bear and tastes perfect in this drink, but any spiced rum such as Sailor Jerry's or Captain Morgan's will work just fine.
1.5 quarts vanilla ice cream
2/3 lb. salted butter (melted)
1 1/2 lb. brown sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. cloves
1/2 tsp. allspice
Batter: In a large mixing bowl, beat together the brown sugar and butter until smooth. Slowly fold in ice cream, then stir in the spices. Batter is ready now if you just cant wait, but to preserve pour into plastic freezer containers and freeze. Batter can be stored in freezer for a year.
Hot buttered r(h)um: For each mug, put in 2-3 Tbsp. frozen batter, 1 oz. jigger of r(h)um and fill with 3/4 cup hot water. Stir. Makes one hot buttered r(h)um.