Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee, 2008
Show: Semi-Homemade CookingEpisode: Log Cabin Camping
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Combine all ingredients in a pitcher filled with ice. Stir and strain into ice filled glasses.
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on November 04, 2012
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I loved this cocktail! Great riff on the classic whiskey sour - you can really taste the maple and lime, and the touch of bitters keeps it from being too sweet."Parts" are normal bartending measurements. Depends upon how much you want to wind up with. For one person, a "part" might be a jigger (1 1/2 oz, but for a party, where you want a pitcherful, a "part" might be two cups - then a 1/4 part would be a half cup. Easy!
Mahanoy City, PA
on September 04, 2010
A part is what you make it. Just an equal measure. So 1/4 part is exactly that, a quarter of what you defined as a part.
A dash is generally a few drops of something, bitters comes in a bottle that is easy to measure this.
A splash is more than a dash, but generally less than 1/2 ounce. Something like 1/4 ounce is a good estimate.
And to the review that just gave this drink one star because it isn't straight whiskey, well that's pretty pointless as most people wouldn't consider straight whiskey a cocktail or anything that requires a recipe for that matter.
on February 12, 2010
Honestly, I was expecting this to taste like a whiskey sour, but it is really nice. You can definitely taste the maple flavour. I used Laird's AppleJack, rather than the bourbon Sandra showed on air, which may have made a slight difference, but this one is definitely a keeper!
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