Take BBQ rib season right into fall with theses slow cooked oven BBQ bourbon ribs slathered in a sweet and savory honey sauce.
There are those days when a little extra is needed to get the morning started. Add a little bit of booze to your cuppa joe with this bourbon vanilla coffee creamer.
A bourbon infused cinnamon latte to satisfy both your afternoon pick-me-up and happy hour cravings.
Get cozy with this bourbon and brown sugar sour cocktail sweetened with blueberries stashed in the freezer.
Here’s a cool cocktail before we’re engulfed in deep autumn. Any leftover plum syrup from previous recipes will come in handy for this refreshing drink.
A not-too-sweet, not-too-strong mapley bourbon drink perfect for mixed drinks and on the rocks fans alike.
Sweeten up your bourbon with these fruity additions great for cocktails or straight drinking!
Blackberry puree and honey makes a divine adult punch that is perfect to prep ahead and serve to a crowd of thirsty guests.
Grab your ripe stone fruits and mix up this slightly frozen peach limeade with a splash of bourbon or rum.
Make it virgin, or add a special kick for the adults, either way this milkshake is cool, creamy and sure to delight.
A dry, well-balanced, and not-too-sweet cocktail made with bourbon and amaro.
A milky sweet cocktail that pairs perfectly with brunch or just about any other time of day!
Is officially cobbler season. Start things off right with a fresh blueberry and bourbon cobbler topped with a sweet biscuit dough.
Distinctive hats, long gloves, and a beautiful show of well-dressed people equals the Kentucky Derby y’all. What’s the race without bourbon to sip on? While the crowd roars for their favorite horse and jockey to cross the finish line, delight in sipping on these variations of the refreshing mint julep.
This adult slushie combines the timeless flavors of apples and cinnamon, with a kick of bourbon.
A s’more chocolate ice cream and graham cracker shake is taken to an amazing new level with homemade bourbon marshmallows brûléed on top.
Play with your food! Make a fun milkshake with crunchy popcorn that will give you the best of both worlds. Add some bourbon for the adults in the house.
Filled with cinnamon apple butter, these soft cinnamon rolls are only improved when glazed with a bourbon caramel sauce.
Warm up a traditional old fashioned cocktail with classic vanilla sugar. This is sure to be a winter favorite.
Whether we’re up to our ears at work or feel exhausted, this shot of relaxation will take the edge off. Get ready to mellow out.
Celebrate Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday with some tunes and a favorite stiff drink.
Grab some frozen blueberries and make this earthy bourbon cocktail with a tangy shrub and prosciutto garnish. Perfect for a holiday party.
Falling off the bone, these tender ribs can be made with a delicious bourbon sauce even when grilling season is long gone.
Perfectly tender ribs are rarely made on the grill. Instead start the low and slow process in the oven and finish on the grill, if desired, with a sweet and spicy honey and bourbon glaze.
Columbia, SC’s food scene is evolving and growing to accommodate passionate farmers, distillers, and food masterminds. Here are some of our favorite bites and sips, old and new, that add delicious value to Columbia’s cuisine and culture.
Bourbon buttercream fills light chocolate macarons topped with a crunch of cocoa nibs for bold flavor that is hard to find outside of Paris.
Soft cookies with an adult spin that are easy to make with a dose of bourbon and liquid smoke to highlight the dark chocolate. Enjoy with a glass of milk.
Sweet dough rolled with a cinnamon butter and toasted pecans is baked to perfection in a bourbon caramel sauce. A delicious brunch surprise.
Incredibly simple white chocolate cups filled with smooth cookie butter and spiked with bourbon.
Without a moment in the oven, these balls are sweet, crunchy, chewy and boozy. In other words, a delicious rich and chocolatey treat.
The upcoming holidays call for great drinks specially made for the season. Both warm and cold, alcoholic and non, here’s a list of ideas to inspire you.
Cranberries, orange zest, and cloves will catapult your house into the warm smell of the holidays and create a delicious dinner, too.
Unlock the good bourbon and start baking. These bars are a quaint, yet indulgent dessert that finishes with the taste of a buttery, bacon shortbread crust.
Infused with tea and bourbon, rich croissant pieces are coated in caramel. Sprinkle with chocolate and pecans and enjoy warm with maple syrup or ice cream.
Whiskey is a drink for all seasons. Trade in that old-fashioned for a lighter, fizzier option in anticipation of a warm night.
Toasted with a kick, these pecans have a bourbon punch from a single barrel Kentucky beauty and some cayenne to beautifully create a snack with smokiness.
Don’t skimp on the quality of bourbon, the alcohol cooks out and you want to be left with a rich, buttery flavor.
This no-churn ice cream features a spectacular trio of flavors: Boozy and nutty with sparks of exceptional syrupy sweetness.
This decadent dessert is delicious even if you skip the bourbon, but it’s even better if you don’t.
It’s cocktail time. And what better cocktail to make than a classic bourbon sidecar.
This bread is thick and moist and nutty and has lots of sexy quick bread crevices to capture that kick of bourbon glaze.
A little treat like this will be rich and satisfying, but won’t leave you feeling like a glutton.
Bowen Close invites us to try this wonderful ginger and apple bourbon cocktail.
Whether you’ve gone apple picking or picked up a bag at the farmers market, here’s a great idea for what to do with your apple overflow.
Bourbon and cherries love each other, and citrus juice and a bit of fizz make this more summery than its Manhattan kin.
Bourbon, lemonade, ginger, and mint – a perfect drink to sip on a lazy summer evening.
Once this drink is mixed, you have a well-balanced, complex cocktail batched and ready for you to cry on its shoulder.
There are certain events that are so special, they require something very special to drink.
Jerri Green with an excellent Derby Day suggestion on how to have your whiskey and eat it too.