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Friday, June 6, 2014

Flaming Whiskey Punch

Is that a sporran in your pocket or are you just glad to see me? Robbie Burns Day is only 232 days away, on Sunday, January 25, 2015. I’m publishing this great recipe now to give you enough time to update your Will and house insurance. Ive referred to this punch on a couple of previous occasions (input Whiskey Punch” into the wee search engine at the top left of this page), but have just only located it in my recipe filing system. 

In the same clutch of files was a single sock, an overdue bill (You’ll never catch me, Copper!), and an unwrapped cough lozenge stuck to a postcard on which Id scribbled a recipe for Cabbage Soup that a woman with very bad breath and a limp gave me on a bus bound for St. Louis.

If you make this outstanding Flaming Whiskey Punch, please read the following Important Legal Disclaimer: 

The preparation and use of this product (“Flaming Whiskey Punch”) is entirely at your own risk. Neither Nicole Parton nor the Stainless Steel Kitchens of Nicole Parton’s Favorite Recipes takes any responsibility for damage to owned or leased homes of any description, whether yours or otherwise; for damage to personal property of any description, whether yours or otherwise, including but not restricted to chattels and eyebrows, whether singed, blasted, or blown off as a consequence of making or using [or living in close proximity to someone making or using] this product. The Stainless Steel Kitchens of Nicole Parton’s Favorite Recipes understands that lay readers may find complex legal terms confusing. We support plain language explanations. If something goes wrong, you will be SOL.

Read it over carefully, bairns? Then prepare to meet your maker - um, prepare to have the time of your life! Tip: Keep the lid of a large saucepan handy so you can clamp down on the flames at a moment’s notice, should you or your ceiling find that necessary.  

Flaming Whiskey Punch:

3-1/4 c. scotch whiskey (one 26-oz. or 750 mL bottle)
1 lb. (454 g) sugar cubes.
4 c. hot, strong caffeinated tea
1 lemon, thinly sliced, as garnish

In a saucepan over medium heat, simmer (but do not boil) whiskey. To a decorative punch bowl, add sugar cubes, tea, and lemon slices, stirring until sugar dissolves. Pour in whiskey, flaming and serving immediately.

Tomorrow: Those Carrot Cake recipes I promised a few days ago. I got side-tracked, Dollinks, as often happens in life! 

After that: I’m going to come clean with a deep, dark secret. Hint? Cluck-cluck! All will be revealed next week. 

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