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Meet the Mixology Guys: Joe Brooke and Jason Bran Meet the Mixology Guys: Joe Brooke and Jason Bran
Meet Jason and Joe, 'The Mixology Guys,' and find out what sets them apart from other mixology show!s. Jason Bran and Joe Brooke are not your ordinary mixologists. With their down to earth commentary and easy to understand lingo these bartenders seek to inform viewers on the art of beverage making. In the comfort of their own garage Joe and Jason invite viewers into the cocktail conversation and to show you the art and simplicity of making some of the greatest beverages at the bar.
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By: Small Screen
Trident Cocktail Recipe Trident Cocktail Recipe
Small Screen delivers beautifully crafted videos about cocktails, bartending, mixology, food and cooking, each and every week.
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By: Small Screen
The Cocktail Spirit with Robert Hess: Red Hook Cocktail The Cocktail Spirit with Robert Hess: Red Hook Cocktail
Beginning with the Manhattan, a trend developed of naming cocktails after cities, places, and neighborhoods. In 2004, Vincenzo Errico, while working at Milk & Honey in New York, created a riff on the Manhattan and named it after the Red Hook neighborhood in Brooklyn (as opposed to the town of Red Hook, which is also in New York).
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The Cocktail Spirit with Robert Hess: Oaxacan Old Fashioned The Cocktail Spirit with Robert Hess: Oaxacan Old Fashioned
To understand the Old Fashioned is to understand the origins of the cocktail, as well as its evolution.
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How to Make White Negroni - A Modern Classic How to Make White Negroni - A Modern Classic
For whatever reason, the popularity of the Negroni has been on an up-hill climb for the last year or two. It may have started with 'barrel aged'¯ Negroni's, and then shifted to countless Negroni variations, some of them baring little resemblance to the actual Negroni itself. The original Negroni variation was probably the 'White Negroni'¯ by Wayne Collins.
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The Quintessential Modern Classic The Quintessential Modern Classic
There are many cocktails which can be considered as classics: th Oeld Fashioned, Manhattan, Martini, Sidecar, Daiquiri, Margarita, Bloody Mary, Mai Tai, Mojito, Negroni, and various others. Becoming a classic isn't something you vote on or otherwise simply put forth at a moment's notice, instead it is an organic process that occurs almost invisibly.
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Gin Basil Smash Cocktail: A Modern Classic by Joerg Meyer Gin Basil Smash Cocktail: A Modern Classic by Joerg Meyer
Simplicity and a perfect balance between tart and sweet, herbal and floral, Joerg Meyer's Gin Basil Smash certainly qualifies as a modern classic. Having won 'Best New Cocktail' at the 2008 Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards solidifies this gin cocktails place in mixology history.
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The Leone with Milagro Tequila, Jamie Salas - Hanging with Harris The Leone with Milagro Tequila, Jamie Salas - Hanging with Harris
Jamie Salas and Billy Harris mix up the simple, yet elegant, Leone cocktail made with Milagro Silver tequila. The simplicity lets you focus on the flavors of the drink and lets the tequila really sing in this drink.Small Screen delivers beautifully crafted videos about cocktails, bartending, mixology, food and cooking, each and every week.
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Grasshopper Recipe: The Morgenthaler Method Grasshopper Recipe: The Morgenthaler Method
Don't feel guilty about your desire for a Grasshopper. You know you want one. Jeffrey created a blended version for his bar, Pepe Le Moko, that will satisfy any craving.
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Making the Perfect Pork Chop With Chef Justin Smillie at Upland Making the Perfect Pork Chop With Chef Justin Smillie at Upland
Chef Justin Smillie brings a little California to NYC at Upland night in and night out. In this episode, Billy learns how to get the skin just right on a beautiful pork chop and make a stunning plate. Look for the point when Smillie serves up a slightly too big a bite for Billy.
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How to Make the Jägerita Cocktail
Even as he took his first sip of a David Cordoba crafted Jägerita, Jeffrey knew it would be disgusting. Who would want to destroy one of the greatest cocktails of all time by replacing Tequila with Jäger? How did it taste? You will have to watch to find out.
2:56
By: Small Screen
The Breakfast Show: Art Smith The Breakfast Show: Art Smith
Ben and Chef Art Smith share breakfast and stories at LYFE Kitchen in Downtown Chicago. Hear how Smith is working with Disney, a bakery, and small town America to create something special. The Breakfast Show is a light-hearted conversation about food, family and fun over a stack of pancakes and a cup of coffee. Join Chef Ben Vaughn as he travels the country and enjoys an amusing and entertaining conversation over breakfast.
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The Breakfast Show: Dana Cowin The Breakfast Show: Dana Cowin
In this episode of The Breakfast show, join Ben Vaughn and Dana Cowin in South Beach Miami at The Front Porch Cafe as they eat breakfast and talk coffee, Food & Wine, burgers and more. The conversation is light, funny and insightful as Dana shares her knowledge from 20 years at the helm of Food & Wine magazine.
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How to Make Spanish Coffee with Shaken Cream How to Make Spanish Coffee with Shaken Cream
Native to Oregon, specifically Huber's Café, the Spanish Coffee is now known round the world. To top this winter warmer, Jeffrey shakes whipping cream in a small mason jar before layering it over the heated ingredients.
2:50
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Trevor Schneider's Summertime Smash Recipe Trevor Schneider's Summertime Smash Recipe
Trevor Schneider is hanging with Harris. He shows Billy how to make the Summertime Smash using Reyka vodka.
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How to Mix a Snow Miser's Cooler How to Mix a Snow Miser's Cooler
On the busiest travel day of the year, Billy joined Hendrick's Gin's Jim Ryan on a giant flying cucumber and mixed up a delicious cocktail.
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Ginger and Honey Hot Toddy Recipe Ginger and Honey Hot Toddy Recipe
What do people expect when they order a Hot Toddy? Not the original Jerry Thomas version; those are gross, says Jeffrey. Give your guests something flavorful that really warms them up. Start with a good Scotch Whisky and layer on lemon juice, ginger honey syrup and pimento dram. That is something worth drinking on a cold winter night.
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Camille Austin's Smoke'em If You Got'em Cocktail Recipe Camille Austin's Smoke'em If You Got'em Cocktail Recipe
"Mezcal makes you magical!" So says Camille Austin, U.S. Ambassador for Mezcal Montelobos. Camille is hanging with Billy while she mixed up the Smoke'em if You Got'em cocktail, a delicious combination of smoky mezcal and Monkey Shoulder Blended Scotch Whisky with a honey sweetened citrus kick.
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How to Make the Rey De LeĆ³n Cocktail How to Make the Rey De LeĆ³n Cocktail
Leyenda CoctelerĆ­a, having just been touted as Best Latin Inspired Bar by Playboy, is fast becoming 5ec8 a cocktail destination. Billy was Hanging with Ivy Mix, co-owner of Leyenda along with Julie Reiner, in Brooklyn New York, mixing up the Rey de LeĆ³n cocktail, a spicy take on the classic Daiquiri.
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How to Make Apple Cider in a Salad Spinner and a Flannel Shirt Cocktail How to Make Apple Cider in a Salad Spinner and a Flannel Shirt Cocktail
Don't have a centrifuge? No problem! Grab your salad spinner and make apple cider The Morgenthaler Method way. While looking for an easy way to make different types of juice, Jeffrey stumbled upon this technique a la MacGyver. Try it out and use it the next time you make the Flannel Shirt cocktail, a Morgenthaler original recipe perfect for Fall.
2:15
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