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Tuesday, November 30, 2021
While scouring the internet for Christmas recipes the other day, I came across this recipe for hot buttered rum batter: liquor.com/recipes/hot-buttered-rum/. You’ll need to scroll down to the bottom of the steps for the hot buttered rum recipe to see it.
It’s a mix that you can store in your freezer so you can whip up a hot toddy in the time it takes the kettle to boil. Use a generous tablespoon of the mix when you’re making your drinks.
I only made up a third of the batter recipe to try it, which worked well, so if you’re not planning on using it to host a party, you can do the same. I have to admit it was the best hot buttered rum I’ve ever tasted, so this one’s going in my recipe file.
If you’d prefer something that’s alcohol-free, you can still have a delicious hot drink by substituting hot black tea for the rum and hot water when making up your drink. The batter itself has no alcohol in it.
Thursday, November 4, 2021
I used to always keep ramen noodles in the pantry as their quick cooking time meant I could get dinner on the table in a hurry. I now use Haiku Asian Style Noodles instead. They have the same quick and easy cooking method but a much better taste and texture. They don’t come with their own seasoning, however, so I usually cook them in chicken stock. But if you’re looking for something to go under a stir fry, try this lemony, spicy trick. 1 Haiku Asian Style Noodles nest for each person (or 1 package ramen noodles if you’re on a student budget) water 1 Twinings Lemon and Ginger Herbal Tea bag Put enough water in a pot that the noodle nests will be submerged when they’re added. Bring to a boil. Add noodle nests and tea bag. Cover and remove from heat. Let sit 5 minutes. Remove tea bag, drain and serve.