I’m not going to say much about this, but I would like to note that pretty much every variation I’ve seen of the Caesar online and in print, I’ve never seen onion rings included as a garnish.
To say I was looking forward to the World’s End would be an understatement. Been rewatching Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz and I’m getting excited to finally catch the capper to the Cornetto Trilogy (or is it the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy?)
Anyways, random food experiment: I’ve heard a few people talk recently about making Beer Floats and this seemed like a decent enough time to try it out.
A while back, I attempted some Bacon Bourbon. These pictures show the attempt:
First- Slowly fry up 4 to 5 slices of bacon. You’re looking to get about 2 ounces of rendered bacon fat. I would using quality bacon. The stuff below is some nasty President’s Choice Smoked stuff that I had in the fridge. You will really notice a difference in the quality depending on the bacon you use.
So, for tonight’s drink, I thought I’d try the new Maple finished whisky from Crown Royal.
Very short review: Too sweet to drink straight. Feels like I’m sipping straight Maple syrup. Think it will be useful to play with in some cocktails (or maybe just in the morning coffee). For my future Crown Royal needs, I think I’ll be sticking to the original stuff OR their relatively recent Crown Royal Black release.
Okay. Short post. Back to the whisky and Fallout: New Vegas. I’m about to get to Hoover Dam.