When I was hunting the fridge looking to bag something for lunch, this just jumped out in front of me:
Well, it wasn’t that exactly, it was a 3oz piece of sous vide NY Strip that most glorious spousal unit set aside for me. She’s thoughtful that way.
What to do, what to do?
I’d initially thought about a grilled cheese sandwich. Why not add some NY Strip strips?
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According to The Ultimate Guide to Spirits & Cocktails, the Sazerac dates back to 1859 and was first served at the grand opening of the Sazerac Coffee House in New Orleans. Apparently, the Sazerac derived it’s name from the Sazerac de Forge et Fils Cognac that was its earliest prime ingredient.
In 2008, after months of wrangling, the Sazerac was named the official cocktail of New Orleans. It took so long because the legislators were all testing different recipes.
I made my first one with Bourbon, Absenthe, a few drops of bitters, and some table sugar.