The Hot List: Dried Fruit

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Discussion (3)

  • Christopher Carlsson posted 3 years ago

    Don't forget to check out ethnic grocery shops for fresh and dried fruits of all kinds and exotic( to us) spices . Thinks like candied ginger slices are a wonderful ( and easy) thing to use in both drinks and food ( such as jams) and are much easier to work with and less messy than the original.
    Not to mention natural food health stores are a great source for dried fruit that does not have a preservative ( such as sulfur ) that may have unexpected results and taste in tat infusion you are working on.

  • posted 4 years ago

    Thanks for the kind words. We'll absolutely look you up if we're in that neck of the woods!

  • Denny Shrock posted 4 years ago

    I really respect all of the bar people in these articles. Dale, Dave , Gaz, and all the greatest to have graced tge wonderful world of cocktails. I personally have been behind the stick for 17 years and in those 17 years I have become quite the inovative bartender. I don't lice in LA, New York, Chicago, Or any other large city but I can make you a unique cocktail and share a vast knowledge of life behind the stick! I'm from little Morehead City N.C. one of the most beautiful coastal towns in the east coast US. Should you get this way stop by the Arendell Room and we can have a cocktail!

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