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For more videos, lessons, and cocktail recipes visit us at http://www.drinkskool.com BAR Master Ryan Maybee demonstrates how to make an (Old) Old Fashioned. (Old) Old Fashioned Recipe: In mixing glass add; 1 sugar cube splash of club soda muddle thoroughly add 4-5 dashes of Angostura bitters 2oz Rye Whiskey Add ice and stir thoroughly Strain into pre-chilled rocks glass (without the rocks) Garnish with Orange zest
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#HowItsMade Despite the rise of mass manufacturing, some factories still make window glass the old-fashioned way. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: http://www.sciencechannelgo.com/how-its-made Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Join Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScienceChannel
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Download the new Tasty app: http://tstyapp.com/m/mFqUXJtD3E Reserve the One Top: http://bit.ly/2v0iast A faithful recreation of the classic whiskey cocktail The Classic Old-Fashioned Servings: 1 INGREDIENTS 1 sugar cube 3 dashes of bitters 2 ounces bourbon whiskey Orange peel Maraschino cherry Ice PREPARATION 1. Place sugar in the bottom of a rocks glass. Add bitters and muddle together until combined. 2. Add preferred amount of ice and pour over whiskey. Stir until sugar is mostly dissolved. 3. Hold a piece of orange peel between your thumb and forefinger and squeeze over the glass to release the oil. If you like, you can carefully use a match or lighter to flame the orange oils for a caramelized flavor. 4. Garnish with the orange peel and a single cherry. 5. Enjoy! Check us out on Facebook! - facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/29456 MUSIC Silver Silk_Main.aif Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc.
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Like these Cocktail Recipes !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1I00csa Watch more How to Make Cocktails videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/510357-How-to-Make-an-Old-Fashioned-Cocktail-Recipes The Old-Fashioned cocktail is so old that 100 years ago they still called it an Old-Fashioned. A lot of classic cocktails were invented in the 19th century. We're talking 18th century. So it's definitely earned its name. We're going to start with two ounces of rye whiskey, rye not bourbon, in this case. Because I think it tastes better, bourbon is a little sweeter, and rye is also what they used back in the 19th century. It was much more popular then. For our sweetener we're going to use a little bit of simple syrup. You could also muddle a sugar cube if you want. I just think this mixes better. Just bar spoon of that, not too much or it's going to get way too sweet. Two dashes of angostura bitters and two dashes or orange bitters, which are a little harder to find, but they are available at some specialty stores and I think they're really important in making a great Old-Fashioned. You can make a good Old-Fashioned without them two dashes, but not a great one, for my money anyway. Now you notice I'm not going to muddle anything in this drink. I'm just going to stir it the way it is right now. The muddling of the orange and the cherry was something that came about in the 20th century in the '50's post-Prohibition. A lot of stuff got changed around in Prohibition. People forgot how to make certain drinks, taste's changed, so I'm not saying that's a bad drink. I just don't think that's the most classic way to make it and I prefer it this way. So we're stirring it the way it is. All right, let's get our ice, and I'm going to get my frozen glass, and the Old-Fashioned is served on the rocks. And because it's all spirit, and we're going to sip this drink, it's a really stiff drink. We don't like those ice cubes to be really small, because they melt really fast. They dilute the drink too much. Give it a nice stir there. So what I did was I took a muffin tin and I put some water in that and made these big giant ice cubes. So it keeps the drink cold, but doesn't dilute it too much. It doesn't get too watery. The perfect balance of both worlds. All right, let me grab that ice. Tell me that doesn't look awesome. All right, that should be good enough. And now we're going to garnish this, as we strain it over our nice hockey puck, with a lemon peel and an orange peel. That's the only fruit we're going to put in this. I think maybe that's how the orange and cherry muddling thing started to make it's way into an Old-Fashioned. They used to put peels on them, and then maybe people started putting the whole fruit in them, I don't know not recommended. So holding the pith towards us, the white part towards us, and just squeezing gently the oils out into the glass. As there's the lemon and drop them in there, and there you go. It may not be how Don Draper makes it, but it's probably how George Washington did the classic Old-Fashioned.
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How to make an Old Fashioned Click for more recipes: http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au The Old Fashioned is true to the cocktail definition; spirits, bitters, water & sugar. Usually recipes call for a Bourbon or Rye Whiskey but today we’ve used a Hybrid Whiskey – essentially a Bourbon & Scotch blend. Personally I like the sweet spiciness from using a rye whiskey yet this is a good tweak on the classic nonetheless. INGREDIENTS - 60mL Bourbon Whiskey - 10mL Sugar Syrup (2:1) - 2 dashes of Angostura Bitters HOW TO 1. Fill a mixing glass with ice 2. Add ingredients to the mixing glass 3. Stir for 25 seconds or until adequately diluted 4. Strain over fresh ice into a double old fashioned glass 5. Garnish with a twist of orange peel NOTES The original recipe calls for a sugar cube, soaked in bitters and muddled before adding the ice and whiskey.
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This is the lift at the Old Bank Arcade in Wellington CBD. It's a GLASS SCHINDLER M-Series that's been styled to look old so uses indicators that resemble 70's Otis analogue indicators. This lift uses M-Series buttons which can be a little unresponsive. I forgot to film the lift moving in the atrium but no doubt I'll do another retake in the future so I'll try and include it then. Thanks for watching! [R1] = Retake 1 Lift Information: Year: 1990's Manufacturer: Schindler Floors Served: 4 (LG,G,1,2*) Type: Traction Capacity: 11 persons or 780kg Location: Old Bank Arcade, Wellington CBD Date of filming: 19/07/17 Camera: Sony CX405 Upload Schedule: Monday: Escalator or Lift video* Wednesday: Lift video* Saturday: Lift video or Lift Tour * = Upload only if video in backlog. Uploads usually at 4pm NZ time. LIFT TOURS are uploaded at 10:00am on a Saturday (If Available)
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How to make a Brandy Old Fashioned See recipe: http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au/wisconsin-brandy-old-fashioned-cocktail-recipe/ Patreon: http://bit.ly/stb-patreon The Brandy Old Fashioned is the unofficial cocktail of Wisconsin. It’s an interesting take on the classic Old Fashioned with the addition of muddled fruit & soda. INGREDIENTS - 60mL Brandy - 2 Dashes of Angostura Bitters - Sugar Cube - Orange - Maraschino Cherry HOW TO 1. Place the sugar cube into a double old fashioned glass 2. Soak the cube with two dashes of bitters 3. Muddle the sugar 4. Add a slice of orange and a maraschino cherry 5. Gently muddle again (see video below) 6. Half fill your glass with ice 7. Stir for 20-25 seconds before topping with ice 8. Garnish with a slice of orange and a maraschino cherry Music by Dyallas: https://soundcloud.com/dyallas Don't forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE!! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/STB-YouTube BAR GEAR IN AUSTRALIA Best Cocktail & Techniques Book | https://goo.gl/2YH2FB Steve's Choice of Shaker | https://goo.gl/g45zWg BAR GEAR IN THE USA My Favourite Bar Book | http://amzn.to/2sdIGuy Best Selling Strainer | http://amzn.to/2sdNu3m Most Popular Jigger | http://amzn.to/2qFxPYC Cheap Barspoon | http://amzn.to/2qANHfF Greatest Gift for a Bartender | http://amzn.to/2qAqAWE Toughest Mixing Glass | http://amzn.to/2qG3clz
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http://www.smallscreennetwork.comSmall Screen delivers beautifully crafted videos about cocktails, bartending, mixology, food and cooking, each and every week. SUBSCRIBE to Small Screen: http://bit.ly/MF8FOT Be the first to know when new episodes air on our site! Sign up for the Small Screen Email Newsletter: http://bit.ly/13B6uVE The Proper Pour on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/16xYycD Small Screen on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/15F6PwT Small Screen on Twitter: http://bit.ly/16Drsuj Small Screen on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/18lxkp9 How to Make a Rum Old Fashioned Cocktail The old fashioned is arguably the first cocktail created. Within its structure you will find spirit, water, sugar and bitters, which means it is open to a great deal of interpretation. Switch out spirits, change up the bitters, use a different type of sugar or sweetener; it is up to you. You will still have an old fashioned! Recipe: 2 oz Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum 1/8 oz rich simple syrup 3 drops vanilla bitters three large orange zests two large lime zests Instructions: Add all ingredients to a mixing glass. Expressing citrus oils in the glass. Stir with ice. Strain over large ice into old fashioned glass.
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http://www.smallscreennetwork.comSmall Screen delivers beautifully crafted videos about cocktails, bartending, mixology, food and cooking, each and every week. SUBSCRIBE to Small Screen: http://bit.ly/MF8FOT Be the first to know when new episodes air on our site! Sign up for the Small Screen Email Newsletter: http://bit.ly/13B6uVE The addition of caramel spiked with Grand Marnier and a decoratively salted glass makes this twist on an old fashioned cocktail the perfect after dinner drink. Making the caramel is easy (watch how here: http://youtu.be/muTtsJ5zo2c) but don't walk away! It will come together quickly and needs constant attention. Whether you use the caramel in this cocktail creation or simply spoon it over ice cream, it is well worth making as it can be stored for weeks. Watch this episode on Small Screen: http://bit.ly/1akKF1t Recipe: 2 oz Templeton Rye Whiskey - Learn More About Templeton: http://bit.ly/17LxpCK 1/2 oz Salted Caramel with Grand Marnier (see Salted Caramel Video here: http://youtu.be/muTtsJ5zo2c) Dash of Bitter Truth Orange Bitters: Learn More About Bitter Truth Orange Bitters: http://bit.ly/12LONFs Caramel and Sea Salt (flake or coarse style) painted glass rim Garnish: lemon peel strip Instructions: To prepare the glass: with a pastry brush, lightly brush the outside of an old fashioned glass half way with Grand Marnier Caramel Sauce and sprinkle lightly with sea salt. Set aside. To make the drink: measure the rye whisky, Grand Marnier Salted Caramel and bitters into a mixing glass. Stir with a bar spoon to incorporate the caramel. Fill glass three-quarters with ice and stir until well chilled. Fill prepared glass with ice, strain in drink. Zest lemon over the top of the drink to release oils and then drop in. Watch how to make caramel here: http://youtu.be/muTtsJ5zo2c Recipe for Salted Caramel with Grand Marnier Makes about 1 1/4 cup 1 cup sugar 3 Tbsps. salted butter 1/2 cup heavy cream 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1/4 cup Grand Marnier Place sugar in a medium heavy bottom sauce pan, being sure it is in an even layer. Heat over medium-high heat, stir lightly as sugar starts to melt. Once sugar has started to melted, move the melted sugar away from the outside of the pan with a spoon, then stop stirring and swirl pan around a bit. Keep cooking until sugar is dark amber in color. When using a candy thermometer temp the sugar before it has all turned amber. In order to do this you will have to tilt the pan slightly (This stage is at about 340 degrees F.) Be careful as the sugar can go very dark quickly here and burn. Turn the heat off and quickly whisk in the butter -- until it is incorporated. Then add the cream and salt -- caramel will bubble up so be careful. Stir quickly to incorporate. Then stir in the Grand Marnier. Cool sauce. Place in a glass jar and store refrigerated for up to 3 weeks. Bring to room temperature before using.
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Invented in the 19th century and popularized during the Prohibition, the Old Fashioned is one of the most beloved cocktails on the planet. If we’ve learned anything from AMC’s Mad Men, it’s that an Old Fashioned is the perfect drink to order after a long day of drinking Old Fashioneds. In this video, Julia Brown of Paymaster Lounge in Portland, Oregon gives us her take on this hallowed cocktail. Here’s the best Old Fashioned recipe in the biz: INGREDIENTS: 1.5 oz bourbon whiskey 1 sugar cube 3 dashes Angostura bitters 1 orange peel twist 1 cocktail cherry INSTRUCTIONS: Start by whipping out your peeler and making a nice, fat orange twist over the glass. Drop that badboy in there, toss in your sugar cube, and then give ‘er about three dashes of bitters. Next, bust out your muddler (you do have a muddler, right?) and mash everything up. Make the sugar cube into a mushy, granular paste with the bitters, and make sure to mash down on the orange peel to set some of those tasty oils loose. Pour in your bourbon, toss in some ice, stir, and you’re ready to go. The cherry is optional.
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The Campfire Old Fashioned is from Sother Teague of Amor y Amargo in New York City. It's a lovely old fashioned style drink with some kick to it. Campfire Old Fashioned .75oz bourbon (Old Grand Dad 114) .75oz 100 proof rye (Rittenhouse) .5oz peaty scotch (Laphroaig) 6 drops hellfire (Bittermens Hellfire shrub) 2 dash boker's bitters (Jamie Beaudreau Boker's Bitters) Add all to a rocks glass. Add chunk ice and stir. Orange peel garnish.
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How to make an Emerald Old Fashioned The Emerald Old Fashioned is a fascinating riff on a traditional Old Fashioned. A smooth, sweeter style of Irish whiskey accompanies a touch of herbaceous Green Chartreuse and anise-flavours from Absinthe (the original recipe calls for Genepy, a French liqueur). Surprisingly smooth considering the compilation of liqueurs. Genepy (Wikipedia): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%A9n%C3%A9pi See recipe: http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au/emerald-old-fashioned-cocktail-recipe/ Patreon: http://bit.ly/stb-patreon INGREDIENTS - 60mL Irish Whiskey - 5mL Green Chartreuse - 5mL Génépy (Génépi) Des Alpes Liqueur (or substitute with - Absinthe) - 5mL Honey Syrup (2:1) HOW TO 1. Add all the ingredients to your mixing glass 2. Stir for 20-25 seconds or until adequately diluted 3. Strain over ice into a double old fashioned glass 4. Garnish with a sprig of mint Music by Chillhop: http://chillhop.com/listen Mo Anando - In Bloom: https://soundcloud.com/moanando Listen on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ChillhopSpotify Don't forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE!! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/STB-YouTube BAR GEAR IN AUSTRALIA Best Cocktail & Techniques Book | https://goo.gl/2YH2FB Steve's Choice of Shaker | https://goo.gl/g45zWg BAR GEAR IN THE USA My Favourite Bar Book | http://amzn.to/2sdIGuy Best Selling Strainer | http://amzn.to/2sdNu3m Most Popular Jigger | http://amzn.to/2qFxPYC Cheap Barspoon | http://amzn.to/2qANHfF Greatest Gift for a Bartender | http://amzn.to/2qAqAWE Toughest Mixing Glass | http://amzn.to/2qG3clz
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The Havana Old Fashioned Tumbler speaks out volumes in its simplicity. These reserved masculine glasses are enhanced with the brilliance and clarity of the finest Czech crystal. Details: http://www.miraclecrystal.com/products/cat34-barware#1220-Havana-Old-Fashioned-Set Connect with Miracle Crystal Online: Visit Miracle Crystal WEBSITE: http://www.miraclecrystal.com/home/ Like Miracle Crystal on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/miraclecrystal Follow Miracle Crystal on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/miraclecrystal_ Follow Miracle Crystal on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/miraclecrys... About Miracle Crystal: Miracle Crystal is one of the world’s few companies that design authentic and intricate crystal pieces. Our crystals are a celebration of the 700-year-old tradition of Bohemian glassmaking. Based in Czech Republic, We have a team comprising skilled artists and designers who bring every Miracle Crystal piece to life through their dedication, passion and craftsmanship. Havana Old Fashioned: https://youtu.be/GO4eR0kZlA8
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How to make a Fancy Free I like to refer to the Fancy Free cocktail as the lazy man’s maraschino Old Fashioned. Built in the glass with a half measure of Luxardo Maraschino liqueur. ESPRESSO MARTINI FESTIVAL: https://www.facebook.com/events/120658485193669 See recipe: http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au/fancy-free-cocktail-recipe/ Patreon: http:/bit.ly/stb-patreon INGREDIENT - 60mL Bourbon Whiskey - 15mL Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur - 2 Dashes of Angostura Bitters - 1 Dash of Orange Bitters HOW TO 1. Add all the ingredients to your double old fashioned glass 2. Stir briefly 3. Garnish with a twist of orange Music by Chillhop: http://chillhop.com/listen Globuldub - Foreign Exchange: https://soundcloud.com/globuldub Listen on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ChillhopSpotify Don't forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE!! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/STB-YouTube BAR GEAR IN AUSTRALIA Best Cocktail & Techniques Book | https://goo.gl/2YH2FB Steve's Choice of Shaker | https://goo.gl/g45zWg BAR GEAR IN THE USA My Favourite Bar Book | http://amzn.to/2sdIGuy Best Selling Strainer | http://amzn.to/2sdNu3m Most Popular Jigger | http://amzn.to/2qFxPYC Cheap Barspoon | http://amzn.to/2qANHfF Greatest Gift for a Bartender | http://amzn.to/2qAqAWE Toughest Mixing Glass | http://amzn.to/2qG3clz
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OK, this is a video that is not color touched or enhanced in anyway that I recorded on January 21, 2014 at about 4:00 P.M. during a sunny snow covered UP State NY. This is my very first recorded video with this lens filter so at the time of the recording I had no idea how terrible it was going to look. I had some seriously high hopes for this thing, but after reviewing the video my jaw hit the floor. Just downright terrible. The polarized filter is supposed to filter out the reflected light, not enhance it! After I saw this I packaged it right back up in it's original packaging and it's going right back to the shop. Looking into Snake River Prototyping filters. Will advise... Here's the specs: Hero 3 Black Edition shot in 1080p x 24 fps Polar Pro Glass Slim Frame Polarizer Filter
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Like the Moscow Mule, the classic Old Fashioned is a type of cocktail that can be made with an array of base spirits. In fact, the Old Fashioned represents what the earliest definition of a “cocktail” is: a spirit mixed with water, bitters, and sugar. Choosing mezcal over the traditionally-used whiskey and making a little twist in the bitters department leads to a new favorite of mine. WHAT YOU NEED: • Mezcal Mal Bien • agave syrup • mole bitters (or chocolate bitters) • nice big piece of ice • grapefruit (for garnish) HOW YOU MAKE IT: • add 2oz Mezcal Mal Bien to mixing glass • add 1/4 to 1/2oz of agave syrup • add several dashes of mole bitters • add ice to cocktail glass and stir • strain into a rocks glass over ice • garnish with grapefruit peel (be sure to extract some of the oils first by squeezing the peel over it) • enjoy! Music by Johnny WakeUp "Feels So Good" https://soundcloud.com/johnnywakeupam For more, visit: Our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/muddle_muddle/ Our Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/muddle_muddle/ Our Facebook https://www.facebook.com/sixtysecondcocktails/ Our Twitter https://twitter.com/muddlemuddling/ Our Website http://www.muddlemuddle.com
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How to remove an old fashioned rubber seal window from a 1985 Peugeot 305 estate, the window being removed on this 305 is the rear quarter window for the sides of the load area, the bootlid window and windscreen are also held in place in the same way. Its not an overly difficult job, no special tools are required but it does take a bit of patience and care to remove the window without breaking anything. All of the windows are being removed on this car as it will be getting sandblasted and resprayed as part of the restoration.
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Having the opportunity of replacing or installing a glass on an old window is for me being part of the prolongation of history. Old houses are a treasure for future generations and any time we can contribute to that is time invested in the future generations. In this video I want to guide you through the steps to take when fixing them, I hope you find it useful, thank you for watching my videos, please suscribe, share and like
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A classic holiday cocktail with Maker’s Mark. A classic holiday song with Kurt Hugo Schneider & Will Champlin. 180° video – the old-fashioned way. Old Fashioned Recipe Ingredients: • 1-1/2 parts Maker's Mark Bourbon • Splash of water • 2 dashes Angostura® Bitters • 1 teaspoon sugar • Orange peel • Cherry for garnish Instructions: 1. Dissolve or muddle sugar with a splash of water in an Old-Fashioned glass. 2. Fill glass 3/4 full of ice. 3. Add Maker's Mark and bitters and stir. 4. Garnish with orange peel and cherry. Make your own Maker’s Mark Old Fashioned: https://www.makersmark.com/cocktails/old-fashioned Buy Maker’s Mark or Maker’s 46 Online: https://www.makersmark.com/?thirstie Check out other Maker’s Mark cocktail recipes here: https://www.makersmark.com/cocktails Follow Maker’s Mark on social- YouTube: http://youtube.com/makersmark Facebook: http://facebook.com/makersmark Twitter: http://twitter.com/makersmark Instagram: http://instagram.com/makersmark Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/makersmark Check out Kurt Hugo Schneider YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/KurtHugoSchneider
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Betty demonstrates how to make an alcoholic mixed drink, an Old Fashioned, with Maker's Mark Bourbon Whisky, using a recipe from Maker's Mark. Betty's Version of Maker's Mark Old Fashioned 1.5 oz. Maker's Mark 2 orange slices 2 maraschino cherries .5 oz. club soda 1 teaspoon sugar Muddle orange slice, maraschino cherry and teaspoon of sugar in an Old Fashioned glass. Fill glass with ice. Add 1.5 oz. Maker's Mark and a splash of club soda. Garnish with additional orange slice and maraschino cherry. Enjoy!!! -- And "Thanks!" to Maker's Mark for the recipe! --Betty :) Please subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/bettyskitchen ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NEW Cookbook: "Betty's Kitchen Cookbook: 2013 Recipes" (c) 2014 Also available: "The Betty's Kitchen Collection: Second Edition" (c) 2013 *Both can be ordered from http://www.amazon.com or http://www.createspace.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Betty's Website: http://www.bettyskitchen.us ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Other places to watch Betty's Kitchen: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/bettyskitchen/166973502092 Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/bettyskitchen/bettyskitchen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Myshine Google+: https://plus.google.com/108882445101872897307/posts ifood.tv: http://www.ifood.tv/bettyskitchen Roku: http://www.rokuguide.com/channels/betty%27s-kitchen
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Over the years I've replaced a lot of window glass. The windows had wooden, steel, and aluminum frames on buildings, sheds, cars, and trucks. This was a new one for me. Follow Old Sneelock on Face Book for behind the scenes photos, video, and back stories. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Old-Sneelocks-Workshop/252222441610151 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "BREAKING NEWS ~ Old Sneelock For President " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJaYIjc82I8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Old Fashioned 'Old School' Cocktail Recipe The Old Fashioned is a cocktail made by muddling dissolved sugar with bitters then adding alcohol, such as jenever, whiskey or brandy, but usually whiskey, and a twist of citrus rind. The name references the combination's age: it is possibly the first drink to be called a cocktail. It is traditionally served in a short, round glass called an Old Fashioned glass, named after the drink. There is great contention on the proper way to make an Old Fashioned. The apparently earliest written recipe, from 1895, specifies the following: "Dissolve a small lump of sugar with a little water in a whiskey-glass; add two dashes Angostura bitters, a small piece of ice, a piece of lemon-peel, one jigger whiskey. Mix with small bar-spoon and serve, leaving spoon in glass. This is the 'old school' preparation, however the more modern and contemporary preparation has the preparer muddle a slice of orange and a maraschino cherry with bitters, then add whiskey and ice. So... when your guest orders this cocktail, you should ask them, 'Would you like the traditional 'old school' version or the more modern 'contemporary' style. By communicating this to your guest... then you will show them they are in good hands. Old Fashioned - Two Peels of Citrus, One Packet of Sugar, Two Spoons of Water and 3 Shakes of Angostura Bitters, Muddle, then Add 2 ounces Whiskey, Garnish with an Orange Peel. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE NOW, to get all of my newest videos! "How about a Thumbs Up?" BECOME A BARTENDER - http://21stCenturyBarSchool.com Instagram = https://www.instagram.com/thedrinkchef Facebook = http://facebook.com/thedrinkchef Twitter = http://twitter.com/thedrinkchef Get My Book On Amazon = https://www.amazon.com/dp/0974505943/ref=rdr_ext_tmb The Drink Chef - Don't stay home without him! = http;//thedrinkchef.com Get Your Bartender Kit Here! = http://thedrinkchef.com/store/tools/bar-kit-professional
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Get Recipe: http://divascancook.com/easy-homemade-lemonade-recipe-old-fashioned/ No mixes, powders or dyes needed! There is nothing like an ice cold glass of homemade lemonade made the old fashioned way from fresh lemons, pure sugar and water! Super refreshing and one glass is never enough. STAY CURRENT WITH ALL THINGS DIVAS CAN COOK! WEBSITE: Download The Blog Cookbooks & More: http://divascancook.com/divas-can-cook-cookbook FAN PAGE: Let's chat on my Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/divascancookfanpage PINTEREST: See What Yummy Finds I'm Posting on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/divascancook/ Music by Kevin Macleod
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Our old style Victorian Glass House has a certain magical quality in the evenings. Our selection of lights add a touch of nostalgia to our little haven. Come in and see for yourselves next time you are in Galway. You will love it.
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This prohibition-era cocktail uses Light Cuban Rum, Simple Syrup, Orange Curaçao, Aromatic Bitters, Orange Bitters, Lime Zest and Mint. It's an embellished version of the classic Bourbon Old Fashioned (https://youtu.be/7beRz3cAT4Q), that's been given the Cuban Cantinero flair. The Cuban Old Fashioned is not the same thing as a Rum Old Fashioned. That's a common, modern myth that a Cuban Old Fashioned just means that its an Old Fashioned with rum. You could make this drink with Rye, Brandy, Genever, Bourbon, Singani, Tequila, Scotch, Cachaca, etc. So, it's slightly confusing in this case, because I'm using rum in this drink. However, the Cuban Old Fashioned is a style of Old Fashioned, so you can plug a different base spirit in there and it would still be a Cuban Old Fashioned. Technically speaking, this should be called a Prohibition-Era, Cuban-style, Old Fashioned with rum, but who wants to say all that? The characteristics that distinguish the drink as a Cuban Old Fashioned is the little flair, the seasoning of the drink, in particular it is the dash of Orange Curaçao, Lime Zest and Mint Leaf. Those additions earn it the name. These additions to drinks were a common practice by the Cuban Cantineros (local Cuban bartenders) of the 1920's/1930's. During that time, when Cuba's northern neighbor was knee deep in the Noble Experiment, a lot of Yankee bartenders flew south to Cuba to be able to ply their trade legally. The Yankee bartenders had relationships with the owners of a lot of the big hotels and restaurants, especially those frequented by the US tourists looking to get their drink on. This meant that the Cubans had to step up their game and go the extra mile to compete with the influx of immigrant labor into their workforce. As Belgian cocktail writer and historian, François Monti, put it, Cantineros of this time were as elegant, refined and skilled as Japanese bartenders are today. They formed Club de Cantineros in 1924, which was a coalition of Cuban Cantineros whose mission it was to arm its fellow bartenders with the skills needed to thrive in the booze biz. They helped teach their members English and helped get them up to speed on American's drinking habits. They published a book in 1930, which included this drink. Although the Cuban Old Fashioned was published earlier (in which it was specified that it be made with whiskey), this was the first recipe that allowed for the spirit of choice. This provided the wiggle room to combine the modern myth of the rum and the history of the classic ingredients (curaçao, lime zest, mint) into one amazing drink. I think it works particularly well with a Cuban-Style Rum, but you could pretty much sub in any decent spirit and come up with a great drink. For those who have access to blanca Cuban rum, it's an excellent selection for this drink. For those of you who live in the US, where all Cuban products are verboten because of a Cold War-era embargo, luckily there are a few good substitutes to chose from. Normally, I'd recommend Flor de Caña, 4-year, but in this case, I'd go with Caña Brava. Caña Brava is made is Panama, but the master distiller behind the rum is a Cuban living abroad in Panama who spent 35-years at the top of the game in the Cuban rum industry. And since he moved to Panama in the 90's he may have been working in the Cuban rum industry in the pre-Revolution era. So, for the US, this may be the closest you can get to a Cuban rum without having to smuggle it through Customs. The Cuban Old Fashioned is an amazing drink. It's a real easy sipper. It has a touch of lime and a hint of mint. What's great about the lime zest in the mixing glass trick, is that it gives the drink the lime flavor without diluting the drink with lime juice or giving it the tartness. It's just pure flavor that accents, rather than masks the flavor of the base spirit, which is at the heart of what an Old Fashioned is supposed to do. ¡Salud, porque belleza sobra! (To your health, because you're already beautiful.) Recipe: 2 oz Rum (or other spirit of choice) 0.25 oz Simple Syrup 2 dashes Aromatic bitters 2 dashes Orange Bitters 1 dash Orange Curaçao 0.25 tsp (approx) Lime Zest 1 Mint Leaf Mint Sprig for garnish (optional) In a mixing glass, combine all ingredients with ice. Stir until chilled, and strain into an Old-Fashioned glass over fresh ice. Optionally garnish with mint sprig. Music: Cuba Libertad by Stefan Netsman via Epidemic Sound Follow Us! https://www.facebook.com/DistinguishedSpirits http://instagram.com/distinguishedspirits https://twitter.com/DistinguishedSp http://www.pinterest.com/DistinguishedSp Featured in This Drink: Caña Brava Rum http://www.canabravarum.com/ Pierre Ferrand Dry Orange Curaçao http://pierreferrandcuracao.com/en/ Angostura Aromatic Bitters, 4 oz http://amzn.to/2dxehTf Regan's Orange Bitters No. 6, 5 oz http://amzn.to/2dWVwqB
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Good taste never goes out of style. Here’s your step-by-step guide to adding a timeless – and delicious – twist to your night with a Maker’s Mark® Old Fashioned Cocktail. Gather the essentials… · 1-1/2 parts Maker’s Mark® Bourbon · Splash of water · 2 dashes Angostura® Bitters · 1 teaspoon sugar · Orange peel · Cherry for garnish For a classic Old Fashioned… 1. Dissolve or muddle sugar with a splash of water in an Old Fashioned glass. 2. Fill glass ¾ full of ice. 3. Add Maker’s Mark® Bourbon and bitters and stir. 4. Garnish with orange peel and cherry. See other ways to enjoy our classic drink here: https://www.makersmark.com/cocktails/old-fashioned What are some ways you enjoy an Old Fashioned? Let us know in the comments. Cheers!
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Thru the Mirror is a Mickey Mouse cartoon short film produced by Walt Disney Productions, released by United Artists in 1936. Mickey falls asleep after reading one of Lewis Carroll's books. An astral projection of himself leaves his body and wanders through his mirror into an alternate version of his house. His furniture and possessions have come to life complete with faces and personalities. Mickey eats a walnut and shrinks. He is now tiny and begins to tap dance his way through his house, dancing with his possessions and eventually the queen of hearts card. The joker, on his bicycle notices and alerts the king of hearts who fights for his lady. Chaos ensues and Mickey escapes to the right side of the mirror.
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Glass In Theaters January 18, 2019 https://www.GlassMovie.com M. Night Shyamalan brings together the narratives of two of his standout originals—2000’s Unbreakable, from Touchstone, and 2016’s Split, from Universal—in one explosive, all-new comic-book thriller: Glass. From Unbreakable, Bruce Willis returns as David Dunn as does Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, known also by his pseudonym Mr. Glass. Joining from Split are James McAvoy, reprising his role as Kevin Wendell Crumb and the multiple identities who reside within, and Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, the only captive to survive an encounter with The Beast. Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men. Joining the all-star cast are Unbreakable’s Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard, who reprise their roles as Dunn’s son and Price’s mother, as well as Golden Globe Award winner Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story series). This riveting culmination of his worldwide blockbusters is produced by Shyamalan and Blumhouse Production’s Jason Blum, who also produced the writer/director’s previous two films for Universal. They produce again with Ashwin Rajan and Marc Bienstock, and Steven Schneider and Kevin Frakes, who executive produce. Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum also serve as executive producers. A Blinding Edge Pictures and Blumhouse production, Glass will be released by Universal Pictures in North America on January 18, 2019, and by Buena Vista International abroad.
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➤ Project tutorial: https://www.jackmanworks.com/mission-style-wood-door-from-scratch/ ➤ Please share and subscribe? http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jackmancarpentry Details! ▼ This is a mission style 2 panel door made from a really old piece of pine and a piece of glass salvaged from a junk door I found in the trash. The piece of pine belonged to my great-grandfather who's daughter (my grandmother) still lives in the house that he built back in the 50s. Joints between the pieces are all tongue and groove. Gorilla glue is used at the main wood joints and caulking is used at the panels and glass to keep them in place but also allow them to move slightly with the temperature. The bug canals in the pine were filled with epoxy and sanded smooth, then the whole door was finished with poly. mmmk? Going to sew up my pit now. ________CREDITS & PROJECT SPECIFIC LINK________ ■ Music by Agulhas: https://soundcloud.com/agulhasmusic ________GENERAL PANDERING LINKS________ ■ http://www.jackmanworks.com ■ http://www.instagram.com/jackman_works/ ■ http://www.twitter.com/JackmanWorks ■ http://www.facebook.com/jackmanworks Plans, stickers, t-shirts, etc: http://www.jackmanworks.com/shop
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Watch more Great Craft Ideas videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/197510-How-to-Make-Lanterns-Out-of-Old-Jars Step 1: Wash and dry Wash glass jars in hot, soapy water and let them air dry. Step 2: Make templates Cut templates out of poster board in decorative shapes such as stars, half-moons, or hearts. Or buy ready-made templates from craft stores. Step 3: Cut out shapes Use the templates to outline the shapes on the nonsticky side of removable adhesive paper, and then cut them out. Step 4: Decorate the jars Stick your designs onto the outside of the jars. Step 5: Spray them Coat the outside of the jars evenly with glass-frosting spray. Let them dry completely. Then, remove the adhesive-paper designs. Step 6: Add candles Put a votive candle or tea light inside each jar. Tip Nestle the candle in sand or sea salt to keep it stationary. Step 7: Measure wire for handle To make hanging lanterns, take a piece of strong wire and measure how much you need for a handle by wrapping the wire around the mouth of the jar, looping it over the top of the jar, and bringing it back down to the mouth of the jar. Clip with wire cutters. Create a small, open-ended loop on each end of the wire with pliers. Tip Wire hangers work just fine. Step 8: Make the handle Wrap one end of the wire around the jar's mouth, securing it by slipping the loop around the wire and tightening it with pliers. Take the free end of wire, and bend it into an inverted U to make a handle. Secure the end by wrapping the other loop around the wire at the jar opening. Step 9: Enjoy! Enjoy the beautiful outdoor lighting your homemade lanterns provide. Did You Know? One of China's most popular winter attractions is the annual Ice Lantern Festival in the north, near Siberia.
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How to make an Old Fashioned worthy of being called a James Bond cocktail. The series, Cocktails and Pussy Galore, shows you how to drink like 007 using the Ian Fleming books (not the movies) as the source, which takes you beyond the typical James Bond Martini. The Old Fashioned was a drink originally created in the late 1800's as a rebellion against elaborate alcoholic drinks. It was an attempt to go back to an old fashioned style of cocktail. The true definition of a cocktail is said to be a combination of a spirit, bitters, water and sugar. So this, the Sazerac (http://youtu.be/gxYEdsT06uk) and the Cranston (http://youtu.be/8HLMWpvm8Y4) would definitely fit into that definition. The Old Fashioned was, at one time, commonly made with an orange wheel and candied, maraschino cherry mashed up in the base of the drink. Those are often not as great as the recipe I prefer. Also, another common thing that people do is use a sugar cube instead of Simple Syrup (http://youtu.be/62YNp0jgzvU). That's why a lot of Old Fashioned recipes call for a splash of water. Essentially the idea is to use the water to make Simple Syrup, so just cut out the middle man and use Simple Syrup. Another variation is to use Rye as the base spirit. Totally acceptable, but James Bond preferred bourbon, so that's how this one was made. In the books, James Bond was a huge whiskey drinker. He practically fiended for the stuff. He drank more whiskey than any other drink. Yet, that was changed a decade later when the Connery movies started coming out. In the second book, Live and Let Die, Bond imbibes some Old Fashioneds and stipulates that they be made with Old Grand-dad bourbon. Since Bond, liked strong, well-made drinks, you should opt for a Bonded or Bottled-in-Bond whiskey. Bonded is not a double entendre, it's a designation for American spirits that means it's 100 proof. Most bourbons make an 80 proof product, but for a truer experience, you should go with 100 proof (or 101 in Wild Turkey's case), 007 would approve. Cheers! Recipe: 2 oz Bourbon (or Rye, if preferred) 0.25 oz Simple Syrup 3 dashes Aromatic Bitters Orange Twist Combine ingredients in a mixing glass. Stir briefly with ice. Strain over large Ice Cube into a Rocks Glass. Garnish with an Orange Twist. Follow Us! https://www.facebook.com/DistinguishedSpirits http://instagram.com/distinguishedspirits https://twitter.com/DistinguishedSp http://www.pinterest.com/DistinguishedSp Featured in This Episode: Old Grand-Dad Bonded Bourbon http://www.beamsuntory.com/brands/old-grand-dad Angostura Aromatic Bitters http://amzn.to/1E3Eo6q Live and Let Die by Ian Fleming http://amzn.to/2s5sIW4 Wild Turkey 101 Bourbon https://www.facebook.com/wildturkey Rittenhouse Rye http://heavenhill.com/brand/23 Bar Tools: Godinger Dublin Double Old Fashioned Glass http://amzn.to/1FT6LJU Measuring Cup http://amzn.to/1GL9u93 Barspoon http://amzn.to/1FfLxB4 Vegetable Peeler http://amzn.to/1AA2s69 Hawthorne Strainer http://amzn.to/1FfK2mB Mixing Glass http://amzn.to/1QgQ7oN Mixing Glass & Hawthorne Strainer http://amzn.to/1FT6maj Cutting Board http://amzn.to/1QgQTSW Small Knife http://amzn.to/1KDFQoc
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Watch more Let's Trys like this one! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5dr1EHvfwpPZdMopjSl2d4nhM1xrOi5P Support what I do by subscribing on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/SebastianSB My Twitter: https://twitter.com/SebastianSB Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/CxtuCpW Buy The Land of Glass on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/802190/The_Land_of_Glass/ Game Description: The Land of Glass is a card game with a twist: speed. It's CCG meets action RPG, combining card collecting and deck building with frantic combat. Choose your heroes, build your deck, and save Vitrerran. A Real-Time Card Game The Land of Glass is a new kind of card game, one where combat doesn't go back and forth in precise turns but operates in real time. The strategy and synergy of typical CCGs is present; however, you'll need more than that to succeed. The monsters won't wait for you to choose your best cards. Combat takes place over two ever-changing grids: attack and defense. Punish your foes with big, heavy blows or swift strikes while countering with a steady stream of defense cards. Use magic to infuse your attacks with fire, ice, explosions, and more; lay traps; burn away defenses; and slow your opponents down for some needed breathing room. Magic is not confined to simply attacking and defending, though. Alter the playing field itself with massive spells, from fields of fire to lightning storms to man-eating plants. There are nine different types of magic to find, and experimenting is key to survival. A Character-Driven Story A knight is sent on a quest he cannot complete. A misfit believes he has ended the world. A mage searches for answers. A blacksmith demands revenge. The portals were supposed to make Vitrerran a better place. They were supposed to save the continent, to unite a divided people. Instead, they brought ruin. Instead, they brought monsters. The Land of Glass is an RPG with eight protagonists spanning four campaigns. Each character is forced to explore the world for the first time, to confront his biases and misconceptions as he tries to stop a magical plague that threatens to eat the continent. While set against an apocalyptic backdrop, The Land of Glass tells stories that are both personal and small—it is a character study first and an epic fantasy second. Because not every quest is noble, and not every world is worth saving. Key Features Four campaigns with eight different characters A unique take on deck-based card games Character driven story Nine different types of magic Hundreds of cards to collect In-depth crafting system Stained glass art style
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