Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The Paramount Panna-Cado

When I'm not making gelatin, or laying around my apartment in my jammies, sometimes I go to work. This week at my job at the Paramount Theatre, one Anthony Bourdain came in with his friend Eric Ripert for their show, Good Vs. Evil. My boss let me make some shots for the gentlemen and send them back stage. This is what we came up with. It's mostly a traditional Panna Cotta with the addition of avocado and, of course, some booze.  I think it might have been the most delicious one I've tasted, but I was eating a lot of sugar while making that brittle, so I might not have been thinking straight. The cognac was not cooked down, so the fig puree has a definite kick to it, but if you don't like the burn of a warm liquor, you can cook off the alcohol before soaking the figs.

The Paramount Panna-Cado
Absolut Vanilla Vodka
Organic Heavy Cream
one small Hass Avocado

Topped with:
Courvoisier Soaked Mission Fig Pure e

Served on:
Brown Sugar, Almond Brittle

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Bleeding Heart

Bleeding Heart

Strawberrys and cream jello shot with a touch of rose flavoring, filled with chocolate syrup.

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Love these metal cocktail picks. not really practical for serving the jello shots, too much bloodletting! Cool effect, though.
There is actually less than a teaspoon of chocolate syrup in each heart.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Super Bowl XLVI 'The Revenge'


For the New York Giants, we made,
 the Big Blue Apple:
Red apple skin infused vodka*(hint below)
Martinelli's Sparkling apple cider
Blue Curacao
Lemon Zest
Apple Juice


The New England Patriots:
Boston Baked Beans!
Kracken Black Rum
Boston baked beans
Brown Sugar

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