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PostSubject: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 12:32 am

*Cobwebs removed* Drink anyone??

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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 12:39 am

hi i'll have a hot toddy just b4 bed thanks. Sleep
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 12:46 am

yep what do we have hun ?
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 12:48 am

Lorraine wrote:
hi i'll have a hot toddy just b4 bed thanks. Sleep

what is toddy pleazzze ??
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 12:55 am

er, think its whiskey, and hot milk. never made one, mum does it for me. lmso x
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 12:57 am

Dont give Bennie any drinks tonight....she not allowed! drunken

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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 2:57 am

Hot milk? Yuk Exclamation Where I come from it's whisky, honey and lemon!!
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 10:15 am

OO now that sounds more like it. i wil lask mum. xx
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 1:09 pm

I was banned from the Pink bar cause I was already with my lil despe Razz

tis not fair !!

Lorraine, yuck yuck how can we drink hot milk with wiskey ?? pale think would kill me

milk & lemon jan ? omg tis worse than in hospital Laughing but it might make some cheese then and .. there am ready
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 2:51 pm

No, no, Bene! Whisky, honey and lemon (with boiling water)!!!

Try it bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 3:03 pm

Just spoke to mum, she does 2 teaspoons demarera sugar, a pinch of ginger affraid (pmsl bennie, not your ginger!), dissolve in hot water and top up with whiskey. drunken Sleep
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 3:09 pm

Found a hot TOADY website...
A toddy can actually be hot or cold, the Hot Toddy just happens to be the most popular of the two. By definition a toddy is a drink with a distilled spirit, sweetener and water and while the original Hot Toddy portrays that, there are many possibilities if you're creative with what is in DEB THE LUSH'S BAR. This collection of Hot Toddies shows the range of flavors available and each is a great drink in their own right.

1. Hot Toddy
This is the Hot Toddy, the classic that everyone thinks about when they hear the name and the one that has been made for decades. While most people associate this toddy with whiskey - usually a blended whiskey but I prefer the robust taste of bourbon - others prefer the sweeter side and use brandy. Either way, to begin an exploration of Hot Toddies this is the place to start and the one that will never loose any steam.

2. Hot Not Toddy
For the non-drinker the Hot Not Toddy is ideal. Not only is this a non-alcoholic version of the original, but it allows you to play with different types of tea to obtain a very personal flavor. Favorites include black oolong, green tea and Earl Grey, but orange and specialty herbal teas are also excellent, especially those with a concentration of cinnamon. The other great thing about the Hot Not Toddy is that when you are under the weather, this is an easy and soothing drink that is perfectly aromatic and makes you feel a little better.

Recipe3. Hot Gin Toddy
When the Hot Gin Toddy is constructed the botanicals of the gin are enhanced, creating an ultra-aromatic drink. That is offset by the lemon juice and then there's the sugar which finishes the definition of a toddy. This has become one of my favorite toddies simply because when I have a great Martini gin in stock I know I can sit down and enjoy this drink on the coldest nights when a Martini simply will not do. Nightcap, quick warmer or to find some relief from a head cold, the Hot Gin Toddy is my go to.

Recipe4. Grand Rum Toddy
The Grand Rum Toddy is one of the results of my personal fascination with the Hot Toddy and shows that with a little creativity you can create any flavor of toddy you could want. In this toddy I've combined the sweet rum with a sweet orange liqueur - Gran Gala or Grand Marnier - and added a little lime juice for that necessary citrus aspect. The combination comes to life with hot water and ends up being a sort of tropical toddy.

Recipe5. Hot Ginger Toddy
Ginger is not new in the world of hot toddies, but up until a few years ago you needed to make a ginger syrup from fresh root to get this effect. Lucky for the Hot Ginger Toddy, Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur has been released and that makes this drink as easy as the others to make. Again, when heat is applied to ginger it enhances the aroma and flavors that play off the bourbon and creates an extremely delightful hot sipper.

Recipe6. Hot Apple Toddy
The Hot Apple Toddy is another favorite and is a superb choice for chilly days when you need a quick warm up. In this toddy the hot water is replaced with hot apple cider and paired with your favorite whiskey. Using an apple brandy is a nice alternative, however it can be a little too much apple for some taste. It's only logical that if we love hot cider so it is only natural that whiskey-spiked hot cider is a tasty treat.

Recipe7. Hot Baked Apple Toddy
A more traditional way to enjoy apple in your toddy, the Hot Baked Apple Toddy is arguably a more true apple toddy than it's more modern counterpart. This one skips the cider, bringing back the hot water, but obtains its apple appeal through a freshly baked slice of apple and an apple whiskey base. The bit of extra work is well worth the end result of this toddy.

Recipe8. Hot and Fruity Toddy
Apple brandy plays a role in many toddy variations for a few reasons. It was a common form of brandy available in the US since the beginning of the colonies, it's aromatic qualities are enhanced by heat, and we have a fascination with hot apples (cider among the great examples). In the Hot and Fruity Toddy I've paired the appeal of apple brandy with a brandy-based orange liqueur, offset it with some lime and a bit of honey for extra sweetness.

Recipe9. Autumn Slumber Toddy
The sweetness of creme de cassis with the dryness of gin mix together for one of my favorite fall toddies. The Autumn Slumber Toddy is a delicate combination of the flavor of black currant and the sour of lemon, all backed by an aromatic gin. This toddy is a true delight that will you want to curl up with a blanket in front of the fireplace on a chilly autumn night.

Recipe10. Warm 'n' Toasty Toddy
My Warm 'n' Toasty Toddy is a simple variation of the original Hot Toddy. In this one the honey is replaced by a fruitier sweetness of grenadine. The result is a stunning and simple warm drink with a hint of fruit.
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 3:17 pm

We should have a winter BER gathering with a competition to concoct a new Hot Toady, with Toad as the judge - who's game???! drunken
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 5:36 pm

Ok,

Blame Lorraine for this: she challenged me to think of other recipes incorprating BER names:

Hot (jumping) Todd-y

Hot Toni (after a morning in the deli..?)

Gingi-bread

Poppy (n Bea) seed cake – lovely Polish cake!

Topaz Sunrise – a cocktail (as if you needed to ask!!)

Treacle tart with Chantelle-y cream

Boozey (Belmont) Rouge – another cocktail!

Juicy Julie cocktail

Eggs Bennie-dict (or should that be oeufs Bénédicte?)

Meg –xican fajitas

Brandy-snaps (does he? Wink

Poire William ice-cream

Chicken gow Gee-gee

Bell-a pepper salsa

What the Hel-sbels cocktail

Amaretto Alek-zanda

Pineapple up-Sid-e down cake

Jupiter cupcakes

Feel free to add any more...!!
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 7:52 pm

He he, am crap at stuff like this! have min imagination Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Tue May 12, 2009 8:27 pm

Quiche Lorraine (but who would want to quiche me - oops i'm sure a flan food fight springs to mind with some of you. Now theres a fund raising idea (without me))
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Wed May 13, 2009 2:32 am

yeah Jan .. is fun !

oui is " oeufs bénédicte" !! wow what an imagination !!
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Wed May 13, 2009 2:34 am

Hoselover- lool
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Wed May 13, 2009 10:16 am

Is that a bitter dish, B?? Suspect
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Wed May 13, 2009 11:33 am

Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Anyone around?   Fri May 15, 2009 7:00 pm

Bella's is good......She lives up to that name. She can certainly be a bit spicy when she's in the mood!! Having said that, I wouldn't want to be around her rear end if she ate salsa... affraid
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