Louisville and Kentucky have rich culinary traditions steeped in Bourbon, which is the inspiration for the online video series, Bourbon & Biscuits. On the show, hosts Stacey and Jessica share their favorite local food and Bourbon cocktail recipes. For Stacey, most of these recipes are family traditions while others are famous Kentucky staples. In each episode, Jessica creates a Bourbon cocktail to pair with the dish that Stacey is making. Some of these are original concoctions, but many are classic cocktails or recipes from local bartenders.
In the series, you’ll find recipes for such classics as biscuits, fried chicken, the Hot Brown, Benedictine, Henry Bain’s Sauce and many more, alongside cocktails like Louisville’s own Old Fashioned, the Kentucky Mule, and “Bananas Forester.”
Learn to make Louisville’s official cocktail with a shot of history.
Louisville's most famous dish is a local legend and a decadent delight.
A classic cocktail of Bourbon & bubbles
Bourbon BBQ Meatballs & Italian Manhattans
It's Bourbon Heritage Month, so we are rounding out a Bourbon-themed dinner with an appetizer course! Try Stacey's family recipe for meatballs with a Bourbon twist, paired with Jessica's Italian-influenced Manhattan.
Bourbon Peach Freezer Jam & Peach Smashes
We're soaking up the last days of summer with these peach concoctions. Learn to make an easy freezer jam to preserve the seasonal goodness paired with a bourbon & peach smash cocktail.
Strawberry Rhubarb Pie & a Strawberry Sour
This episode has Stacey's favorite cocktail to date! Jessica's concoction was a hit, and Stacey's strawberry rhubarb pie is a seasonal favorite that she grew up with.
Old Fashioned Cake & Frozen Old Fashioneds
We're gearing up for our Old Fashioned Fortnight (June 1-14) celebrations with two recipes that riff on Louisville's Official Cocktail - the Old Fashioned. Stacey will show you how to make a bundt cake with all of the traditional cocktail elements, and Jessica is making a frozen version of the cocktail that's perfect for summer!
Pimento Cheese Biscuits & Pomegranate Mint Julep
We've got two great recipes for a Derby brunch on this episode. Stacey combined two of our favorite things to make pimento cheese biscuits and Jessica did an extra refreshing spritzy riff on a mint julep with pomegranate.
Benedictine & Smiling Irishman
We're seeing green this St. Patrick's Day! Stacey is making a classic Louisville spread that's a favorite among locals as an appetizer, dip, on sandwiches and lots more. And, Jessica crafts an Irish-inspired cocktail for the occasion that pays tribute to Bourbon's Irish connection.
Hot Brown Quiches & Seelbach Cocktail
We're making two Louisville classics on this episode! Stacey turns the iconic Hot Brown sandwich into an adorable and delicious appetizer and Jessica couldn't help but pair it with the equally iconic Seelbach Cocktail.
Bourbon Bread Pudding & Proof's Darkened Manhattan
In this episode, Stacey will make a dessert that is a staple among restaurants on the Urban Bourbon Trail and Jessica is pairing it with a cocktail that falls somewhere between an espresso martini and a classic Manhattan.
Bourbon Fudge & The Holy Grail
Stacey puts a Bourbon Country spin on a classic holiday dessert and Jessica makes a cocktail with the new Monk's Road Bourbon from Log Still Distillery.
Corn Pudding & Caramel Apple Cocktail
We're celebrating the Fall harvest with traditional flavors in this episode. Stacey whips up a classic side dish with fresh, sweet corn and Jessica attempts to recreate a seasonal cocktail that Stacey has been craving.
Peanut Brittle & Peanut Butter Cocktail
Stacey and Jessica went a little nuts on this episode. Try out Stacey's easy peanut butter brittle recipe and get adventurous with a peanut butter infused beverage to go with it.
ChowChow & Boozy Milkshakes
We're sending classic soda fountain vibes on the set of Bourbon & Biscuits with this month's recipes - ChowChow topped burgers and Bourbon-spiked milkshakes!
View all of the past Bourbon & Biscuits episodes here.
Based on Yelp Reviews (Fall 2022)
Based on Yelp Reviews (Fall 2022)
September 15-18, 2022
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