Retro Recipe Challenge #5: Boozy Holiday

I look forward to the holidays each year — baking, listening to Christmas carols, sending out holiday cards — but I also find them stressful. The over-crowded malls, the bleeding of money, the desire to get everything just right; sometimes it’s just too much.

And that’s when a visit with Johnny Walker comes in handy. He and his friends Captain Morgan, Jim Beam, Jack Daniels and the rest really help take the edge off a stressful holiday season.

You may say I’m a boozer, but I’m not the only one.

As such, the theme for Retro Recipe Challenge #5 is Boozy Holiday. Here’s the nitty gritty:

Cook up a holiday-appropriate dish featuring alcohol OR mix up a festive holiday drink using a recipe first published between 1900 and 1980. For help in searching for a recipes, visit “helpful links” on the sidebar of Retro Recipe Challenge Blog.

If your religion or lifestyle prevents you from consuming alcohol, then you may submit a mocktail recipe.

Take a picture of your creation(if possible)
Post the recipe, the picture and your results on your blog. Please include:
–The year the recipe was published
–Where the recipe came from
–How it tasted
–A tag for –A link to this post

Send an email to RetroRecipeChallengeATgmailDOTcom by Friday, December 15 at 11:59pm EST. Please include:
–RRC#5 in the subject line
–your first name or blogging nickname
–your blog’s name and your blog’s URL
–the recipe name and the post’s URL

I hope today you’ll join us, and the world will drink as one.

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