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Epsom derby cocktail next to a bottle of Never Say Die Bourbon
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The Epsom Derby Cocktail

The Epsom Derby Cocktail mixes the smooth Never Say Die bourbon whiskey with bright grapefruit juice and an essence of mint leaves.

Never Say Die Cocktail with an orange twist
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Never Say Die Cocktail

The Never Say Die cocktail comes together seamlessly with lemon juice, orange, and marmalade to tip its hat to the British influence.

Two renditions of a mix-and-match jam cocktail
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Mix-and-Match Jam Cocktail

This may seem like just a 3 ingredient cocktail, but its personality changes depending on what jam and liquor you pair with it.

Grissini on a sheet pan, ready to be baked
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Grissini

Grissini are like dressed-up breadsticks. Steve Mchugh made some topping suggestions, but you can really go in all different directions.

Cured cucumber pickles from a jar
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Cured Cucumber Pickles

Chef Steve McHugh shares this classic Cured cucumber pickles recipe for a quick and effortless pickle with a potent brine and great crunch.

Cured Chicken Liver Mousse
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Cured Chicken Liver Mousse

At Cured in San Antonio, Texas, Steve McHugh's chicken liver mousse is a staple for their house charcuterie boards.

Sperry's Brandy Alexander Pie
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Sperry’s Brandy Alexander Pie

Al Thompson and Anne Clayton of Sperry’s in Nashville share this decadent brandy alexander pie with a Oreo crust and sweet brandy filling.

chocolate buttermilk tea bread
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Chocolate Buttermilk Tea Bread

This chocolate buttermilk tea bread is an excellent sliceable addition to your afternoon tea, or, can be wrapped up and given as a gift.

Strawberry Verrine jwb
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Strawberry Vanilla Tea Verrine

This strawberry vanilla tea verrine recipe balances a sweet vanilla panna cotta with strawberry jam and a crunchy preztel crumble.

raspberry tart jwb
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Raspberry Tartlet

This Raspberry Tartlet recipe is perfect for the upcoming spring season. While it may take a while to prepare, it's definitely well worth it.