We're not going to fight it this year - the Holiday season is coming and that means it's time to get fat. If it's anything like our previous years it'll start with us having a few extra cocktails and a few (hundred) extra candy bars at Halloween, and end with us casually wondering how many thousands of calories we've consumed while getting over our hangover on January 1.
In anticipation and celebration, we've decided to make a batch of Tom and Jerrys now, to leave our self respect at the door. Head on over to Chow.com for the recipe we'll be using - basically you make an egg noggy base that has booze in it, then add booze to it. Let's do this.
Welcome to the second in a series of Liquor Snob posts in partnership with PAMA pomegranate liqueur. Read our first post.
Ever since we did our Pama review a few weeks ago, we've been thinking about this pomegranate liqueur and how it fits into our cocktail-mixing toolkit, both at home and behind the bar. The first thing that struck us about PAMA was that it was much more versatile than we originally gave it credit - we were able to use it tasty cocktails from a modified Kir Royale to a tasty Manhattan (pictured above) and we wanted to spend some more time investigating just how versatile it can be.
Continue reading: "PAMA and the Bartender's Tool Kit"