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This Auld Reekie Recipe (Scots name for Cock-a-Leekie) pays homage to my dear dad, as it was his favourite soup, and to my Scottish ancestors. In Scotland this soup is traditionally served on Burns Night and in the ‘olden days’ an old cock rooster would have been used, but today chicken is more readily available. ‘Auld Reekie’ is also the nick name for Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, and goes back to the days of the coal and wood fires that used to create a plume of reek (Scots word for smoke) over the old city and castle.
My wife and I went for a long hike in the woods on a below 40 degree day in the Pacific Northwest. We were cold when we got home. Before I shed my coat and scarf I began a pot of hot cocoa. Just after pouring the hot cocoa into mugs on the spur of the moment I added 1.5 oz Veil Double Espresso Vodka and whipped cream. I handed a mug to my wife confessing that I had been playing with ingredients again. She took a dubious sip. Oh nice! she exclaimed, adding; You can play with ingredients anytime especially when there's alcohol involved. Since she liked the drink so much and I enjoyed the bold contrast of the hot liquid with my cold-from-the-hike self I kept the recipe - and drew it here using vigorous lines and contrasting colors in an attempt to capture my feelings.
Easy to make, and goes down easy! Last Christmas, I couldn't find the peppermint vodka that I like, because our local distributor stopped carrying it. So I tried making my own. This recipe is fun and a great introduction to the art of making your own liqueurs. Cheers!
This is a fun and fruity drink for anyone (over 18) having friends or family round, wether it be celebrating end of exams, birthdays or a general catch up, this refreshing and sweet drink will be great alongside the occasion.
Inspired by the only thing that brings all kinds of Mexicans (poor, rich, religious, atheist, educated, famous, old, young, fat, skinny, tall, short, brown, white whatever the fuck else): beer and parties! More specifically a MICHELADA. Because we like spice we decided to put it into a beer and it is one of the best and most delicious Mexicans drinks! Adding to this, the design is inspired by a Mexican game invented in the 15th century: Lotería! Each card is supposed to represent a semi-stereotypical representation of the different types of Mexicans: a super fun representation of my country!
Columbus College of Art and Design