Recipe recommendation--Happy New Year edition!

Dated: January 1 2021

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Happy New Year! It's 2021! Changing the calendar to a new year shouldn't feel this good, but let's face it...2020 was a lot. 

Today, in celebration of the new year and the need to toast things, we're heading back to cocktail recipes. This is a classic that my wife and I only just discovered, The Chancellor. This version comes from America's Test Kitchen's How to Cocktail book (which Karen received from Santa this year....) and it's delicious. Make one, raise your glass to 2021, and enjoy!

The Chancellor

2 ounces Scotch (or bourbon...we used bourbon...it was fine)

1 ounce tawny port

1/2 ounce dry vermouth

1 tsp simple syrup

a dash or three of orange bitters

Mix all the ingredients over ice in a cocktail shaker. Stir, the pour into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with an orange twist. Enjoy! 

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David Pausch

In November of 2000, I closed on my first house, a rough-around-the-edges 1922 colonial with lots of sun, not a lot of storage, and an enormous oak tree in its postage stamp-sized back yard. From the ....

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