Berries + Booze = Fantastic Dessert Topping.
I don't need a pocket calculator to tell me that equation is correct. This thick raspberry Baileys sauce can be eaten plain, on top of ice cream, pound cake, etc. Sounds delish!- Baking Bites
St. Patrick's Day is Saturday and I can't contain my excitement. I have been obsessing about what to wear internally for a few weeks now, and had intended on wearing this green mini dress until I found this fabulous old football jersey of my mom's with my Irish last name plastered across the front. Now that I have my sporty chic green outfit picked out, I can focus all of my attention on my pre-pub-hopping, St. Patrick's Day themed dinner party. The invites have been sent and the menu (including a vintage Irish soda bread recipe and a glamorous layer cake) has been planned. Today I am turning my thoughts towards a classic St Patrick's Day subject: drinking. To see what I'll be pouring during my dinner (homemade Baileys anyone?), please read more
I'm a big fan of drinks that have Baileys as one of their ingredients. Baileys on the rocks is amazing, but Baileys mixed into a cocktail is even better. While looking for a good Baileys drink to share with you, I stumbled across this delicious sounding recipe that I had never heard of before called BMW. At first I thought there must be a mistake, a BMW is a car not a cocktail, but further research proved it is a both an automobile and an after dinner dessert drink. It's easy to remember, simple to make, and sure to wow your friends with your bar-tending abilities. A BMW is equal parts Baileys, Mailbu, and Whiskey. I'll definitely be trying out this cocktail tonight. For the recipe, read more