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  • Welcome to the Liquid Kitchen

    Kathy Casey is widely regarded as the original bar-chef, and Liquid Kitchen, the beverage consulting agency she founded, stands as a pioneer in bringing the principles of the kitchen into the bar. Liquid Kitchen has something to offer everyone, from exciting recipes for home cocktail enthusiasts to full services for global brands, suppliers and operators.

Day Drinking & Bloody Marys

Yes, #daydrinking is a thing and now it is the savory breakfast cocktail, The Bloody Mary which is seeing it’s share of fun in the sun! From the instagrammable over the top garnishes to the unexpected savory and spicy flavors, it is the perfect boozy drink when you don’t want something sweet.

For those looking to up their Bloody Mary game, there is a new book out by Ellen Brown: The Bloody Mary Book: Reinventing a Classic Cocktail for us to enjoy! With 65 recipes with exotic flavors like,  harissa and cumin, to the more classic. Plus a great selection of bar food bites that are perfect compliments. Order yours here!

And while you wait for your book to arrive, check out our recipe for a Bloody Good Balsamic Mary. YUM!

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Women Chef and Restaurateurs Conference

Last week was the  Women Chef and Restaurateurs Conference here in Seattle. Established by Barbara Tropp and seven pioneering women chefs and restaurateurs, WCR is an active resource for women seeking to advance culinary education and gain recognition in various areas of the food and beverage industry.

Kathy Casey was asked to be a presenter for this years conference, speaking about #SippingSocialTrends – featuring all things trending in the beverage industry. She was also a judge for Food Games with great fellow judges, contestants and team coaches. See what’s next for WCR at WomenChefs.org and check out the full Sipping Social Trends presentation above!

The Crimson Garden

One of the great showstoppers of the night was this wonderful cocktail by Kathy Casey – The Crimson Garden featuring Botanist Gin, Krogstad Aquavit, lemon, fresh pressed beet juice and for a bit of sparkle, Liquid Kitchen Edible Silver! Get the recipe below.

 

The Crimson Garden

Makes 1 cocktail

1 1/2 ounce Botanist Gin
1/4 ounce Krogstad Aquavit
3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice
3/4 ounce *simple syrup
1 teaspoon beet juice, fresh pressed

Garnish: shaved beet with tiny clothes pin and Liquid Kitchen Edible Silver.

Fill mixing tin with all ingredients. Top with ice, cap and shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish.

*To make simple syrup: combine 1 cup sugar with 1 cup boiling water. Stir until dissolved. Store refrigerated.

Recipe by Kathy Casey Liquid Kitchen®  – www.LiquidKitchen.com

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SmashBerry Cocktail Featuring Monin Blueberry Puree

Monin SmashBerry Cocktail

This Smashberry Cocktail was such a hit at this years Vibe Conference, we decided to share the recipe! Featuring Monin Blueberry Puree, Sipsmith Gin, fresh thyme, lemon, and Monin Pure Cane Syrup. It is a knockout of a drink, handcrafted over crushed ice. Enjoy!

 

SmashBerry

Makes 1 Drink

1 sprig fresh thyme
1/2 ounce Monin Blueberry Puree
2 ounces Sipsmith Gin
3/4 ounce fresh lemon juice
1/4 ounce Monin Pure Cane or simple syrup
Garnish: Gingered Blueberries (recipe follows), fresh thyme sprig

Bend and drop the thyme into a pint glass. Measure in the Monin Blueberry Puree, gin, lemon and Pure Cane. Fill with ice, cap and shake well. Then fill an old fashioned glass with crushed ice, strain cocktail over ice and express the lemon peel over the top of drink. Garnish with thyme and Gingered Blueberries.

Gingered Blueberries

Makes 4 cups

4 cups fresh blueberries
1 cup Monin Pure Cane or simple syrup
3/4 cup Monin Ginger Syrup
1/2 cup Monin Blueberry Puree

Place blueberries in a deep, heat proof bowl. Meanwhile: bring the syrups and puree to barely a simmer then pour over the berries. Let cool to room temperature, then cover and refrigerate. Let sit for a minimum of 24 hours before using. Store refrigerated for up to 5 days.

 

Kathy Casey shake things up in this Vibe video, featured at the event!

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