Spirited Chocolate Orange Bars

This week was the summer solstice which officially ushered in Summer.  There are many reasons that we love Summer.  One reason is that it is filled with countless cookouts, family reunions, and casual get-togethers with friends.  We never want to show up empty-handed for these casual occasions.  Of course, Craig is always popular because he can supply a beverage or two, but we like to show our appreciation to the host and hostess with other treats, too.

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Rhonda snipped this recipe from the Dallas Morning News about a year ago during their annual bake off competition.  We adapted the recipe submitted by Rex Poland of Dallas, and just recently had time to try it.  When you show up at the family reunion with this sweet treat, you will be the favorite cousin for sure!

The ingredients are mostly basic things that you have in your pantry or fridge – unsalted butter, semi-sweet baking chocolate bars (we used Ghirardelli chocolate) , eggs, sugar, cream cheese, freshly grated orange zest, and heavy cream.  You will need some Kerrygold Irish Cream and Cointreau for the spirit in the Spirited Chocolate Orange Bars.  There is one ingredient that was a bit tricky for us to find – plain chocolate cookies, such as Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers.  We did not find these on the cookie aisle.  With some help from our handy dandy Kroger manager, we discovered that they are kept near the ice cream sundae supplies on the baking aisle.

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The recipe is easy to follow but has several steps.  First you crush the cookies and melted butter in a food processor. Then you press the crust in a 8 X 12 inch baking pan and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Next  melt the chocolate in a microwave and set aside.

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Beat eggs and sugar in a mixing bowl.  In a separate bowl beat cream cheese. Then beat the egg mixture into the cream cheese.  Divide the cream cheese mixture in two bowls.

Stir in melted chocolate into the one bowl of cream cheese mixture.  In the other bowl of cream cheese add orange zest and Cointreau.

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Gently pour each mixture over the cookie base and swirl gently with a spatula.  Bake about 25 minutes.  Turn off the oven and cool with the door ajar to room temperature.

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While the bars are cooling, prepare the ganache.  Melt semi-sweet chocolate in the microwave.  Heat heavy cream to a hot temperature.  Combine the cream and melted chocolate, and 1 ounce of Kerrygold Irish Cream stirring until smooth.

Spread ganache over the top of the cooled bars and refrigerate for 3 hours.  When ready to serve cut the bars into squares and serve.

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Spirited Chocolate Orange Bars

Yield: 2-3 dozen

Spirited Chocolate Orange Bars

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces of plain chocolate cookies, such as Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers
  • 10 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 3.5 ounces of semi-sweet baking chocolate, such as Ghirardelli
  • 3 eggs
  • 3/4 cup of sugar
  • 16 ounces of whipped cream cheese at room temperature
  • 1.5 tablespoons of freshly grated orange zest
  • 1 ounce of Cointreau liqueur
  • For Ganache:
  • 5 ounces of semi-sweet baking chocolate
  • 1/4 cup of heavy cream
  • 1 ounce of Kerrygold Irish Cream

Instructions

  1. Prepare an 8 x 12 inch shallow baking pan by lining the base with foil, extending 2 inches over long sides.
  2. Pulse cookies in a food processor until fine. Add butter and process to combine. Press mixture over base of pan and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  3. Heat oven to 325 degrees. Melt chocolate in a microwave on low power in short bursts. Stir in between to avoid over cooking. Set aside to cool.
  4. In a mixing bowl, beat eggs and sugar until smooth. In a separate bowl, beat cream cheese. Beat egg mixture into the cream cheese and divide into two.
  5. Pour half of the cream cheese mixture into a medium bowl and stir in cooled melted chocolate. In another bowl, combine the other half of the cream cheese mixture with the orange zest and Cointreau, stirring well.
  6. Gently pour each mixture over the chilled crust. Swirl gently with the tip of a spatula. Bake approximately 25 minutes. Turn off the oven and cool with the door ajar, to room temperature. When the baked crust and filling has cooled, spread ganache over the top. Refrigerate 3 hours or over night. Cut into bars. Store in airtight container.
  7. Ganache:
  8. Melt 5 ounces of chocolate in a microwave. Heat 1/4 cup of heavy cream in microwave to hot temperature. Combine chocolate and cream. Stirring until smooth. Add in 1 ounce of Kerrygold Irish Cream and stir until smooth and combined.
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This recipe has a few extra steps, but the final outcome is definitely worth it.  The chocolate and orange flavors compliment each other nicely for a tasty treat. Will you bring Spirited Chocolate Orange Bars to your next casual gathering?

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June Bonus Post: Fernet About It!

It’s time for another Blind Pig Blog bonus post.  We continue our series to celebrate The World Cup by raising our glass to the country of Argentina.  Argentina is known for its amazing soccer teams and one of the world’s most beloved and famous players — Lionel Messi.

While watching The Cup, we drink as the Argentinians do by sipping on a Fernet and Coke, which has been rumored to be one of Messi’s favs!

Fernet Branca is an all natural aromatic bitter or amaro.  Its highly herbal aroma and flavor comes from over 40 herbs, spices and roots which are gathered from 4 continents. Aloe ferox, chamomile, angelica, and saffron are just a few of the herbs and spices that make this unusual bitter. The original recipe was created in Italy in 1845, by Bernardino Branca and the family recipe is still a closely guarded secret to this day.

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Bartenders and mixologists love Fernet.  It is so popular within the service industry that it is called “The Bartender’s Handshake.”  If you offer to do a shot of Fernet with the bartender, you will be fast friends.

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The Argentinians love to drink a splash of Fernet with their Coca-Cola.  In fact, they like it so much that Fernet Branca built its only distillery outside of Milan in Argentina.   The strong flavor of the Fernet with its medicinal taste is not for everyone, but it is a taste that one can acquire.  The sweetness of Coke or Diet Coke definitely helps.

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To make a Fernet and Coke you fill a rocks glass with ice.  Add an ounce and half of Fernet Branca.  Top off the glass with Coke and enjoy.

Watching the World Cup this week?  Craig will definitely be watching and sipping on his favorite spirit — Fernet Branca. Give a Fernet and Coke a try and let us know what you think!

 

Disclaimer:  The beverage on this site are meant for adults 21 years of age and older. We do not condone underage drinking, and never drink and drive.

 

 

From Russia with Love

There are a few things every four years that cause business as usual to come to a halt in The Blind Pig household.  You may or may not be aware that on Thursday, the 2018 World Cup commenced.  Since then, soccer, or football as the rest of the world calls it, has been running on our TV almost 24/7.  Craig and Blind Piglet #2 are huge soccer fans, and don’t like to miss out on any of the action.  In honor of the World Cup, we are going to feature some cocktails with some World Cup flavor over the next few weeks.

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Since the World Cup is hosted by Russia this year, our first idea was to feature a Moscow Mule.  However, we feel that has probably already been done, so we made a little twist on the Moscow Mule to create the Watermelon Mule.  Whether you are a soccer fan, or your feet have never touched the pitch, the Watermelon Mule is a beverage that can be enjoyed by all.

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The Watermelon Mule is a great summer drink, and is easy, tasty and fresh.  Add 1.5 ounces of Seagram’s Watermelon Vodka to a rocks glass or mule mug.  Fill with ice.  Top off with ginger beer and a squeeze of lime juice.  Garnish with a wedge of watermelon and a lime.

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Watermelon Mule

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Watermelon Mule

The watermelon mule is a great twist on the traditional Moscow Mule. It makes a great summer drink.

Ingredients

  • 1.5 ounces Seagram's Watermelon Vodka
  • Ginger Beer (about 1/2 can or bottle)
  • juice from 1/2 lime
  • lime wedge and watermelon wedge for garnish

Instructions

  1. Pour 1.5 ounces of Seagram's Watermelon Vodka in a rocks glass or mule mug.
  2. Add 1/2 cup of ice to glass.
  3. Top off with ginger beer and a squeeze of lime juice.
  4. Garnish with a wedge of lime and wedge of watermelon.
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It’s refreshing.  It’s tasty.  It’s like summer in a mug!  Now you are ready to sit back and relax in your hammock or watch a World Cup match.

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We hope all of our favorite dads are having a wonderful Father’s Day.  We appreciate all loving fathers, and want to send a big cheers to our favs — Tom, John, Kirby, Alan, Ryan, Kregg, Chad, Todd, Chris, Jeff and Ken!

   

The White Negroni

We are wrapping up Negroni Week with a special beverage that makes the classical cocktail lovers happy, as well as those who prefer a drink that is less alcohol forward.  In this post we are also sharing some entertaining ideas to help you plan that special guy’s day cookout or get-together.

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The White Negroni debuts an aperitif that is new to us called Lillet. (Lillet, pronounced “Lee- Lay”, rhymes with “hey” not “Gillette”.  Rhonda mispronounced it and the kind man that works at Total Wine set her straight.)  Lillet is a French aperitif wine that comes from Bordeaux, France.  Oui, oui!  We noticed it smelled similar to white cooking wine when we first opened the  bottle.  We substituted Campari in our White Negroni with Lillet to lessen the bitter taste that you can get with Campari. Since Lillet is clear colored, it gives the drink a white hue, rather than the traditional red hue of the Italian Negroni.

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Note to self:  this drink is best stirred not shaken. To make the White Negroni you need 3/4 ounce of Malfy Con Limone Gin, 3/4 ounce Lillet Blanc, 1/2 ounce Carpano Blanco.  You combine all of the ingredients in a shaker, stir and serve over ice.  Use a lemon or orange twist for garnish.  We chose to serve ours over a large cube of ice to give it a more sophisticated look.

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White Negroni

Ingredients

  • .75 ounce of Malfy Con Limone Gin
  • .75 ounce of Lillet Blanc
  • .5 ounce Carpano Bianco

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a shaker over ice and stir.
  2. Strain over fresh ice and garnish with a lemon or orange twist.
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Since the Lillet is easier on the palate than  Campari, this drink is a smoother than a typical negroni.  It can please all types of cocktail lovers that you may be entertaining.  Even Rhonda said that she could sip on the White Negroni!

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Because steaks, bacon, mac and cheese and savory cheeses pair nicely with negronis, the White Negroni or the Italian Negroni makes a great cocktail to serve your dad and guests for Father’s Day.  We joined in the latest trend by pairing ours with an easy to put together meat and cheese board.

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Will we see you sipping on an Italian Negroni or White Negroni at your next gathering?  We would love to hear about it if you do!  Follow us on Instagram @theblindpigblog for other great summer drinks and Father’s Day ideas.  Have a great weekend.

Disclaimer:  Drinks on this website are meant for adults 21 years of age and older.  We do not condone underage drinking, and never drink and drive.

 

Italian Negroni

italian negroniHey friends, June 4th kicks off National Negroni week.   We have been saving our Italian Negroni just for this special occasion.  “Never tried a negroni,” you say.  If you are into classic cocktails, this week will be a real treat for you.

Negronis are said to have come about in Florence when an  Italian count suggested that the club soda in his Americano be replaced with gin. The key words in the above sentence are Italian and gin.  The negroni is an Italian creation.  Typically when most bartenders think of gin, they do not grab for an Italian gin.  To properly bring the negroni back to its original roots, we are pairing it with an all Italian cast.

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In our Italian Negroni we use 3 Italian liquors: Malfy Originale Gin (We told you about Malfy Limone in the Cucumber Gin Spritz.), Carpano Antica Vermouth (which we told you about in our Carpano Sangria recipe last summer), and Campari.  The Italian Negroni is a true classic cocktail with an aggressive taste profile.

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This recipe is so easy to make.  Pour 1 ounce of Malfi Gin, 1 ounce of Carpano Antica Vermouth, and 1 ounce of Campari into a rocks glass.  Garnish with an orange peel and ice.  We chose to use one of our ice spheres in our cocktail.

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Italian Negroni

Ingredients

  • 1 ounce Malfy Orginale Gin
  • 1 ounce Carpano Antica Vermouth
  • 1 ounce Campari

Instructions

  1. Pour all ingredients into a rocks glass.
  2. Garnish with an orange peel and add ice.
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This cocktail is a great beverage to serve dads on Father’s Day, or for a guys’ night out.  Let us know if you try it out!

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Disclaimer:  The beverages on this site are meant for adults 21 years of age and older.  We do not condone underage drinking, and never drink and drive.

Move Over Paciugo Part Due: Mojito Ice Cream

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Happy Memorial Day weekend, friends!  We hope that you are out soaking up the sun or spending the weekend with friends and family.  Most importantly, don’t forget why you have this three-day weekend that kicks off the summer in the first place.  It is to remember those who have fallen in service to our country.

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Nothing says summer like the taste of homemade ice cream.  Ever since we brought you Kerrygold Ice Cream last summer, we have been wanting to try out some other variations of this easy, tasty treat.

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We are not going to take you through all of the steps of making the ice cream with photographs, because to tell you the truth, they would look almost exactly the same as our first ice cream post. But we will tell you that instead of adding Kerrygold Irish Cream to the mixture, this time we added 1 ounce of Zaya Rum and 1 ounce of Branca Menta.  The addition of rum and mint flavors to the ice cream gave it the familiar taste of a cool, refreshing mojito.  Serve it in a small serving dish with a fresh sprig of mint on the side.

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So easy! So fresh! Just the right refreshing dessert for summer.

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Follow the recipe on our Kerrygold Ice Cream post.  Give it a try this weekend and let us know if you like it.

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Bonus Post: Corralejo Lime Guac

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It’s time for our May bonus post.  This month’s bonus is an easy, tasty, fresh recipe that you can whip up with a Mexican meal or if friends are dropping by for a last minute visit.

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With the fresh ingredients of avocados, cilantro, tomatoes, onions, jalapenos, lime and a splash of Corralejo Anejo Tequila, your guests will be singing your praises.  We had family visitors from California last weekend, and wanted to serve a tasty meal with little fuss.  The guac was a hit and so easy to make.  It was a great compliment to chicken enchiladas and a Santorita!

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First slice avocados into a molcajete or other bowl. Smash avocados with a fork.  Next add diced tomato, diced cilantro, diced onions, and jalapenos.  Mix together with the avocados.  Blend in the juice of 1 lime and .5 ounces of tequila.  We used Corralejo Anejo Tequila.  Anjeos are aged 1-3 years, so they have more flavor that comes through in the guac than a regular blanco tequila which is not aged and bottled immediately.   Add a pinch of kosher salt.  Serve with blue corn tortilla chips.  Yummo!

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Corralejo Lime Guac

Corralejo Lime Guac

Corralejo Lime Guac

Ingredients

  • 3 ripened avocados
  • 1/2 onion diced
  • 1 jalapeno diced
  • 1 medium tomato diced
  • 1/4 cup cilantro chopped
  • 1 lime juiced
  • .5 ounces of Corralejo Anejo Tequila
  • a pinch of kosher salt

Instructions

  1. Cut avocados in half. Remove the pit. Slice avocados and scoop out with a spatula or spoon. Place slices in a molcajete or bowl. Mash with spoon or fork.
  2. Dice onion, tomatoes, jalapeno, and chop cilantro. Add to avocado mixture.
  3. Squeeze juice of lime and add to mixture along with .5 ounces of tequila.
  4. Mix well.
  5. Add a pinch of salt and serve with blue corn tortilla chips.
  6. Serve immediately or chill in the refrigerator tightly wrapped in plastic wrap.
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Try out this tasty recipe this Memorial Day weekend while you are enjoying the views at the lake.  Let us know what you think.

Santorita!

santoritaIt’s unofficially summer in Texas.  This week in Dallas the temps hit 96 degrees and felt warmer than that with the heat index. When nature is calling for summer, why fight it?  Join in the spirit with a Santorita.

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This delicious drink is a small twist on the typical margarita by using a spirit which is gaining popularity.   Mezquila is a blend of mezcal and tequila. Mezcal is derived from various types of agave plants and  usually has a distinctive smoky character. Tequila is made only from blue agave and comes from specific parts of Mexico.  When blended together you get mezquila.

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Who better to bring you this tasty spirit than Sammy Hagar and Adam Levine?  The two have teamed up to make Santo. Santo is a blend of mezcal and tequila with a touch of smokiness and a soft agave finish.  This smoky flavor makes for an interesting flavor in your margarita.

You all know that Craig has a job where he occasionally gets to meet some super cool people.  These photos are from a Santo kick off party from about a year ago.  When asked if he got pictures with Sammy or Adam, his reply was, “I was standing in the back talking to Adam’s parents.”  Sigh!

 

To make this smoky little number, you need Santo, Cointreau, cocktail ready agave nectar, a whole lime and a half of an orange.  The addition of a little squeezed orange juice to this recipe enhances the smoky flavor of the Santo to give your margarita a richer, smoother taste.  This drink is a great compliment to your next Tex-Mex or Mexican meal.

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Sammy Hagar has a video on youtube making the Santorita, or you can keep reading and get it here.

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The Santorita is a delicious twist on the traditional margarita made with the smoky flavor of mezquila.

Ingredients

  • 1.5 ounces Santo Mezquila
  • 1 ounce cointreau
  • .25 ounce cocktail ready agave nectar
  • 1 whole lime squeezed
  • 1/2 orange squeezed

Instructions

  1. Add the lime and orange juices to the shaker.
  2. Add Santo, Cointreau, and agave nectar.
  3. Add ice and shake.
  4. Pour into margarita glass and serve.
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You can find Santo at most Walmarts that sell spirits, Total Wine, and other fine liquor stores.

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Now we are all set to serve a Santorita at our next pool party. Who knows?  Maybe Sammy and Adam might show up?

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Disclaimer:  Alcoholic beverages shown on this site are meant for adults 21 years of age and older.  We do not condone underage drinking.  Never drink and drive.

Tickle Me Pink

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Happy Mother’s Day a few days early to all of our favorite moms.  We are raising our glass to moms everywhere with this week’s drink — Tickle Me Pink.  This rose’ sangria will be a fan favorite when you serve it from your favorite patio to celebrate the moms in your life.  It fits The Blind Pig criteria because it is easy, tasty and fresh!

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To make this rose’ sangria, you will need a pint of fresh strawberries, 4 fresh limes, 1 bottle of Rose’ wine, 1/2 cup of Zaya Rum, and 4 cups of Diet Sprite.  Most sangria’s call for a white rum, but we like to use a dark rum like Zaya because it has a richer flavor that compliments the fruit and the wine nicely.

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Start by thinly slicing the strawberries and limes.  Place half of the strawberries and limes in a tall pitcher.  Save the other half in a tightly sealed container for garnish.

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Pour the rose’ wine and the Zaya Rum into the pitcher.  Cover the pitcher and place in the refrigerator for 4-24 hours.  We made ours the night before for a get-together we were having the following day.

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Tickle Me Pink Rose’ Sangria

Prior to serving, add 4 cups of Diet Sprite, ice and stir.  We prefer Diet Sprite instead of regular.  Many sangrias can be overly sweet which overpowers the flavors in the drink. The Diet Sprite achieves the bubbly essence of the sangria without the extra sugar and sweetness.

As you serve your guests place a few slices of strawberries and limes in each glass.  It’s a delicious, easy and fun refreshing summer sipper.

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Tickle Me Pink

Tickle Me Pink

Tickle Me Pink Rose' Sangria

Ingredients

  • 1 pint fresh strawberries
  • 4 limes
  • 1 bottle of rose' wine
  • 1/2 cup Zaya Rum
  • 4 cups Diet Sprite

Instructions

  1. Thinly slice limes and strawberries.
  2. Add half of sliced limes and strawberries to a tall pitcher.
  3. Pour wine and rum in pitcher over fruit.
  4. Cover pitcher and place in refrigerator for 4-24 hours.
  5. Prior to serving, add 4 cups of Diet Sprite and ice.
  6. Stir.
  7. Serve. Garnish with slices of strawberries and lime.
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Don’t forget The Grapefruit Spritz is another great Mother’s Day cocktail.

A special shout out to the special moms in our lives — Ruth, Bonnie, Anita, Anna, Rosemary, Jennifer, LeeAnn, Dee, Kayla, Paula, Margaret and Heather!

Disclaimer:  The beverages shared on this website are for adults 21 years of age and older.  We do not condone underage drinking.  Never drink and drive.

Bar Tools and Supplies We Love

Have you started a new hobby and you weren’t quite sure which tools and supplies you really needed?  You go to the store all pumped up about your new endeavor, but you are not quite sure what to things are a necessity and which things are just fluff?  This post is for you.  Maybe you want to stock your new bar or you are already thinking ahead to Father’s Day gifts? We are going to share with you our top tools and supplies that we can’t entertain without.

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8.  Wine Corker

Although we don’t focus on wine on The Blind Pig Blog, we do drink wine occasionally and especially serve wine when we entertain.  It is worth it to invest in a good sturdy wine corker.  We like this one because it feels sturdy in our hands and is good quality.  You don’t want a corker that will break off cork into a guests wine!  We also like this one because it is easy to store and does not take up a lot of space in our bar area.

7. Strainer

We don’t use a strainer often, there are definite recipes that require a strainer.  It is handy to have one around for recipes like The Cucumber Gin Spritz.

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6.  Muddler

How can you make a Zaya Rum Mojito without a good muddler? This tool may not be used everytime we serve drinks, but it is nice to have one on hand for those special cocktails.  We bought a wooden one similar to this one at Target.

5.  A Variety of Glassware

“Glassware is to a drink as shoes are to a woman’s outfit,” says Rhonda. “A woman can have the cutest outfit, but wear the wrong shoes with it and it just doesn’t work.”  It’s true with cocktails and glassware.  Drinking a spritz? You need a tall skinny glass.  Drinking a hurricane?  You need a big hefty schooner.  Margaritas taste best in a margarita glass.  You get the point?  Your drinks look and taste much better when paired with the correct glassware.

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4.  Jigger

Our jigger is one of our most used bar tools.  We use it to measure ounces for all of our favorite recipes and couldn’t do without it.

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3.  Fun straws and napkins

Okay, Rhonda slipped this one in.  It’s kind of like her shoe analogy above.  Rhonda thinks everything tastes better with a straw, and to save the environment it tastes better with a cute paper straw.  Colorful napkins with funny sayings make entertaining more fun, too.  Rhonda usually picks these up when she finds them at Home Goods or in the dollar section at Target.  We keep them on hand in our pantry for last minute get-togethers.

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2. Lemon/Lime Squeezer

We use our lemon/lime squeezer constantly.  Almost every cocktail we make needs a squeeze of this or a squeeze of that.  In order to make the freshest cocktails we can, we have to have a squeezer. We bought this one years ago from Pampered Chef.  This one has been well worn, but we love this sturdy and durable tool. Skinny Agave Margaritas would not be the same without the squeezer.

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1. Cocktail Shaker

Where would we be without the shaker?  This tool is our most used and favorite bar tool.  Rhonda bought Craig a larger shaker a few years ago for Christmas, but we still gravitate to this one.  It is just the right size to shake a cocktail or two.  It fits nicely in our hands and in the dishwasher.

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What is your favorite bar tool or supply?  What did we leave off of our list that you just can’t live without?  We would love to hear about it.

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