Ingredients 4 1/2 pounds (2 kilograms) pork meat 1/2 pound (225 grams) fatback 1 1/2 ounces (40 grams) kosher salt 1/4 to 1/2 ounce (10 grams) coarsely ground black pepper 1/2 ounce (15 grams) dextrose 1/4 ounce (6 grams) curing salt no. 2 2/3 ounce (18 grams) garlic, minced to a paste 1/4 cup (59 ...
Ingredients 2 cups tangerine or orange juice, (about 15 tangerines or 10 oranges) 3 cups sugar 1 cup water 750 ml bottle of vodka
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A side-by-side comparison of homemade orange liqueur with a bottom-shelf triple sec is no contest: DIY wins it by a mile. If you're feeling adventurous, mix up a special batch with some extra spices or flavorings. I made a batch with cinnamon and cloves that pairs well with rum and whiskey, and I think vanilla could make for a fun addition, too.
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I make quite of few of my own bitters, and liqueurs. And my own cocktail cherries, but my favorite time of year is when citrus is in season and I can restock my supply of homemade citrus infusions. I already have two bottles going. Basically just fill a 750ml bottle with 50% Grain alchohol and 50% vodka.
Hi, I love your make-your-own idea! I’m like you, always try to do on my own if that makes sense/cents! I don’t see TSP around here in Portland either. Then I’ve just came across with an ad from Ace Hardware yesterday and the 30 sec cleaner is on sale this week. I bought 2.5 gal for $20 which makes 5 batches, $4 for a batch.
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