Shake Up Your St. Patrick’s Day

first_img How to Make a Mojito If you’re looking for a tasty way to add a little green into your St. Patrick’s Day festivities, take a cue from the folks at Bourbon Barrel Foods, based in Louisville, Kentucky.Launched in 2006 by founder Matt Jamie, the company started out as the only soy sauce microbrewery in the U.S. It now offers a wide range of sauces, spices and sugars, including the Bourbon Barrel Aged Vanilla Extract and Bourbon Smoked Cacao Nibs featured in this recipe:SHAMROCKER SHAKEMakes 1 serving1 cup vanilla ice cream1 ounce Irish Cream liquor1 ounce Kentucky Bourbon1 TB Mint Julep Sugar1 tsp Bourbon Barrel Aged Vanilla Extract2 tsp Bourbon Smoked Cacao Nibs, plus extra for garnish3 ice cubesMethodCombine all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour into a glass and garnish with extra smoked cacao nibs.Serve immediately. 5 of the Best Aged Tequilas to Drink When the Weather Cools Down Pro Chefs Dish on the Perfect Seven-Layer Dip Recipes 10 Classic Vodka Cocktail Recipes You Can Mix at Home Editors’ Recommendations The Best Rums for Mixing to Turn Any Night Into Island Night last_img read more

Said Taghmaoui James Bond News is Fake News

Rabat – Said Taghmaoui has affirmed to Morocco World News that he will not play in the next James Bond movie. Several media outlets, including MWN, reported that the Moroccan-French actor claimed that he would play the villain in “James Bond 25.” A Scottish newspaper reported having an interview with the “La Haine” actor, who said that British filmmaker Danny Boyle contacted him for Bond antagonist and that he had already auditioned for the role. “I was cast by Danny Boyle, and just now he left the project, so of course there’s some uncertainty,” Taghmaoui allegedly said in his interview with the National.Following the news, Taghmaoui contacted MWN to dismiss the story. “It’s a fake news,” he said. Born in France to Moroccan parents, Said Taghmaoui became a naturalized US citizen in 2008 and established himself in the Hollywood industry. read more