In this Q&A, we chat with Danielle Rowell, owner/founder of Inebriated Baker and Inebriated Chef. She joins us to talk about how she started the Inebriated Baker, who Cletus is (the logo), the difficulty of baking with booze, how her boozy cupcakes differ from others, the many boozy options she has now, the perks of a storefront and more.
We talk with Bixby Chocolate founder Kate McAleer who recently teamed up with Allagash Brewing to create Beer Brittle. Kate McAleer, brainchild of this product collaboration, said “Bixby was seeking a way to innovate a new brittle concept and craft beer seemed like a wonderful addition to the flavor profile. Allagash was our dream partner—we started R+D with Allagash White and grew the concept from there.”
Our latest Q&A is with the good folks at Agave & Rye. Chris Britt, Director of Operations, and Erin Strong, Director of Libations & Bar Standards, join us to talk about his how Agave & Rye got started, owners Yvonne & Wade Sarber, the name, the concept, making epic tacos with unique ingredients, expanding toContinue reading “Q&A with Agave & Rye”
Our latest Q&A features chef, educator and author Albert W.A. Schmid. Albert joins to talk about his book Burgoo, Barbecue & Bourbon: A Kentucky Culinary Trinity. We also talk about what burgoo actually is, researching the book, his culinary experience, his connections to Kentucky and more.
Whiskey Weeks 2021 continues with award-winning chef and entrepreneur Chef Ouita Michel who talks about bourbon, food, barrel picks and her new cookbook “Just a Few Miles South.” Ouita talks about how she became a chef, sharing her love of food with others, working on the cookbook, the role beer/bourbon/wine play at a restaurant, bourbon clubs, barrel picks, what’s next and more.