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Confessions of a Mixologist: Brass Nail

The Scotch and Drambuie based delight known as the Rusty Nail got a 21st century update with the addition of the immensely complex herbal liqueur Green Chartreuse. The result is known as the Carthusian Nail. We must confess that we have “borrowed” this idea to create a St. Patrick’s Day friendly version we are calling the Brass Nail.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Shillelagh Shake

The classic Grasshopper cocktail has roots in New Orleans, but it took our neighbors to the north to popularize the decadent ice-cream-based version. This is an adults only Shamrock Shake that packs the punch of a swift knock on the noggin with a shillelagh (in a good way!).
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Demo Kitchen Recipe: St. Patrick's Day Roasted Salmon Supper

A sophisticated Irish influenced meal full of familiar flavors and perfectly suited for family or a small dinner party - oven roasted salmon with carrot sauce, parsnip puree and caramelized cabbage.  
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Demo Kitchen Recipe: Corned Beef Reuben

Its origins are lost in lore. Some argue that a hotelier deserves the credit for tossing all the ingredients together for a guest, while the guest's descendants argue that it was their forefather who came up with the recipe.
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Demo Kitchen Recipe: Corned Beef Hash

Both crisp and soft, and oh so satisfying, corned beef hash is the PERFECT hangover cure after St. Paddy's Day. Concocted as a cunning means for using leftover meat, hash owes its name to the French word hacher - to chop, the only technique involved in its preparation.
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Demo Kitchen Recipe: Corned Beef and Cabbage

What would St. Paddy's Day be without corned beef and cabbage? Though the Irish certainly enjoy the lion’s share of recognition, immigrant Jews of early 20th century New York City also deserve a larger cut of the credit for what we know today as corned beef
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Dublin Donkey

Here's an Irish twist to an everyday cocktail. A typical Dark and Stormy calls for rum, but the Dublin Donkey calls for Jameson Select Black Barrel. The addition of ginger beer allows the vanilla and spice flavors from the whiskey to shine.
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