Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook

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by University Press of Kentucky
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Ninety-five percent of the world's bourbon whiskey is produced in Kentucky, and the drink is as distinctive to the state as Thoroughbred horses and Bluegrass music. As America's native spirit enjoys booming popularity worldwide, award-winning bartender Joy Perrine and celebrated restaurant critic and drinks writer Susan Reigler return to offer new recipes that will delight both the cocktail novice and the seasoned connoisseur.

Following up on their best-selling The Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail Book, the duo returns with more reasons to appreciate bourbon whiskey. This mouthwatering volume features more than fifty delicious new concoctions―including variations on classics such as the Old Fashioned and the Manhattan―and even adds a splash of Kentucky flavor to mojitos, sangria, lemonade, and coffee. It also serves up recipes from leading bartenders, prizewinning drinks from cocktail competitions, and a bourbon-inspired buffet featuring edibles that will be a feast for aficionados. The useful bourbon glossary and bibliography will appeal to professional or at-home bartenders eager to experiment, invent, and savor their own recipes.

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87 Traditional Kentucky Recipes in this Cookbook!

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is known as the Bluegrass State based on the grass which grows in its fertile pastures and the style of country music that evolved from the region. Along with Bluegrass, Kentucky also intersects the Appalachian Mountains at the East. Many wonderful mountain country dishes come from there.

Kentucky is known for its own unique form of barbecue. Owensboro, Kentucky is home to the International Bar-B-Q Festival, which is an annual barbecue competition.

Some things are similar to the style of traditional Southern dishes, but with their own unique Kentucky flair.

The Kentucky Derby is held on the first Saturday in May every year in Louisville, Kentucky. This is the first and most famous horse race of the Triple Crown which consists of three races run by thoroughbred horses three years of age. Famous chefs create special recipes just for this very prestigious event.

Recipes Include:

  • Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey BBQ Sauce
  • Kentucky Biscuits
  • Kentucky Banana Pudding
  • Kentucky Bacon Milk Gravy for Biscuits
  • Kentucky Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie
  • Kentucky Pecan Pie
  • Kentucky Hot Brown
  • Kentucky Hot Brown dip
  • Kentucky Bourbon Sweet Potatoes
  • Kentucky Home Fries
  • Kentucky Fried Green Tomatoes
  • Kentucky Tomato Soup
  • Kentucky Bourbon Balls
  • Kentucky Blackberry Cobbler
  • Kentucky Apple Butter
  • Kentucky Butter Cake
  • Louisville Rice Salad
  • Kentucky Derby Bourbon Punch
  • Kentucky Bourbon Wieners
  • Traditional Kentucky Burgoo
  • Kentucky Jam Cake
  • Kentucky Fruit Filling
  • Kentucky Henry Bain's Sauce
  • Kentucky Derby Pie
  • Louisville Benedictine Spread
  • Kentucky Modjeska Candy
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken
  • Kentucky Green Tomato Pickles
  • Kentucky Apple Dumplings
  • Kentucky Beer Cheese
  • Kentucky Baked Beans
  • Kentucky Baked Ham
  • Kentucky Bluegrass Salad
  • Kentucky Bluegrass Fudge Pie
  • Kentucky Black Bottom Pie
  • Kentucky Bourbon Cake
  • Kentucky Bourbon Apple Pie
  • Kentucky Chews
  • Kentucky Breakfast Grits Cakes
  • Kentucky Derby with Bourbon Whipped Cream
  • Bluegrass Beercheese Melts with Bourbon BBQ Glaze
  • Kentucky Chili
  • Kentucky Coleslaw
  • Kentucky Pimento Cheese Sandwich
  • Appalachian Fried Dandelions
  • Kentucky Fried Corn
  • Appalachian Slaw
  • Kentucky Fried Steak
  • Kentucky Style Green Beans
  • Kentucky Shaker Corn Sticks
  • Kentucky Bourbon Burgers
  • Kentucky Derby Salsa
  • Kentucky Derby Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Kentucky Shaker Lemon Pie
  • Kentucky Shaker Fried Chicken
  • Kentucky Shaker Tomato Pudding
  • Kentucky Shaker Flank Steak
  • Kentucky Shaker Spiced Apple Pudding
  • Kentucky Spoonbread
  • Kentucky Sausage Cheddar Spoonbread
  • Kentucky Style BBQ Pork Chops
  • Kentucky Pulled Pork
  • Kentucky Mock Turtle Soup
  • Kentucky Brownies
  • Kentucky Eggs
  • Kentucky Ham Biscuits
  • Kentucky Frogs' Legs
  • Kentucky Mountain Oysters (Lamb Fries)
  • Appalachian Stack cake
  • Louisville Rolled Oyster
  • Kentucky Fried Catfish
  • Kentucky Baked Catfish
  • Kentucky Barbecued Catfish
  • Kentucky Whiskey Chicken
  • Kentucky Black Barbecue Sauce and Mutton Dip
  • Kentucky Hot Brown Pizza
  • Kentucky Mock Mint Julep
  • Kentucky Country Ham Balls
  • Kentucky Bourbon Banana Bread
  • Kentucky Bourbon Pecan Sticky Buns

Betty's Pork Tenderloin with Kentucky Bourbon Barbecue Audacity

Betty demonstrates how to cook Pork Tenderloin with Kentucky Bourbon Barbecue Cheek. This recipe is adapted from a recipe in Albert W. A. Schmid's new cookboo.

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The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook
The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook


Once thought to be only the tipple of southern gentlemen and the companion of confederate roughnecks, bourbon has gained a steady resurgence in popularity over the years with an ever-expanding and diverse audience. A beverage distilled almost exclusively in Kentucky, bourbon has attained prominence and appreciation for its complexity, history, and tradition. In The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook, Albert Schmid provides readers with the best recipes using the famous spirit of the Bluegrass. From classic Kentucky cocktails such as the Mint Julep, to bourbon inspired desserts, such as Bourbon-Pecan Cr?me Brul?e with Chocolate Sauce, and more savory fare, such as Steaks with Bourbon Ginger Sauce, this book supplies recipes for every course. Schmid uses the four distinct seasons of the Bluegrass State to guide the reader through this rich collection of bourbon dishes and color photographs. In many ways a lesson on the flavor profiles that pair with and improve the flavor of bourbon, this book can be used by the home cook and the professional chef alike for inspiration to create new dishes. Much more than just a cookbook, The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook recounts bourbon lore, food traditions, and Kentucky history, giving the reader a full appreciation of America's native spirit.


Southern Heat
Southern Heat


Southern cooking has been called the best food in the country, with its melting pot of ingredients, methods and seasonings. While each region of the South has its own unique flavor, modern Southern cooking has one thing in common: attitude. So-called "new Southern" has taken the culinary world by storm, mixing the standards of traditional Southern with current ingredients and flavors that embody world cuisines. At his Seviche restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, Anthony Lamas marries his Latin roots with the best ingredients of the South, creating innovative Southern dishes with plenty of personality. Here you'll find Nuevo Latino Shrimp and Grits, Apple and Bourbon Pecan Bread Pudding, Indiana Sweet Corn and Country Ham Chowder, and Macadamia Crusted Striped Bass with Red Chile Bluegrass Soy Butter. Anthony's food reflects his life's experiences, from his Latin heritage to the street vendors of Los Angeles, life on a farm as a young boy, culinary training in southern California, and the cuisine of the South after he moved to Kentucky. Anthony calls his style of cooking modern Southern that reflects the flavors of his life. In this first cookbook, Southern Heat, Anthony's pride in being part of the largest American regional food movement is evident. His appreciation for his heritage, mentors and local farmers, his dedication to using sustainable ingredients, and his passion for layering flavors to achieve the perfect balance between brightness, citrus, acidity, heat and spice is conveyed through stories and tips as well as through stunning photography that sets the foundation for the more than 125 inspired recipes.


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Kentucky Monthly’s annual modus operandi contest underway - 02/26/15, via Middlesboro Daily News

which includes the cookbook Established Cooking of Kentucky: A Collection of Kentucky Monthly Recipes and a commonwealth-shaped cookie cutter. The 2015 grand prize-winning recipe for country ham with maple bourbon shellac, veggies and cheesy grits was submitted ...

Toe the Grapevine: Cooking with bourbon - 02/20/15, via San Antonio Express-News

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