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The Art of the Long Drink

The Art of the Long Drink

Photo by Stephen Lyford What could be better than barbecue? Barbecue with bourbon, of course. This week my fellow Workman Publishing author, Lew Bryson, writes a guest post on a new twist on the classic American long drink. Read it, try the recipe, then read his excellent book, Tasting Whiskey. And remember Davey Crockett’s immortal words about whiskey: “It makes a man warm in the winter, and cool in the summer.” Amen. –Steven “It’s not a sprint,...

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It’s Better with Bourbon

It’s Better with Bourbon

We interrupt our normal barbecue programming to focus on a beverage that's indispensable to barbecue: bourbon. We add it to our sauces and marinades and spray it on ribs and pork shoulders. We certainly drink it at barbecues in the form of Manhattans, Old Fashioneds, Mint Juleps, Whiskey Smashes, and of course, straight up. Did you know September is National Bourbon Heritage Month? To celebrate we asked our colleague, Amy Stewart, author of one of our favorite new books, The...

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Win Tickets to the Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival

Win Tickets to the Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival

I will be doing a cooking demo and signing my new book, Man Made Meals: The Essential Cookbook for Guys, at the Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival in National Harbor, MD on June 7th. Want to go? Enter below for a chance to win two tickets. Your ticket will get you a free sampling glass to taste all the beer and bourbon you can handle. The festival includes 60 beers, 40 bourbons, and a ton of barbecue to enjoy! Catch my demo at 1 p.m. in...

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