The definition of a professional bartender is someone who is behind a licensed bar serving beverages to customers. Bartenders can be found in many places, some examples of where you might find a bartender at are taverns or pubs, clubs, private parties, restaurants, basically anywhere that there is a bar and alcohol.
Last time we cooked this, I based it on our original chilli recipe but reduced the seasoning to account for the lack of meat. We both felt it could take more heat though so this time, I upped the seasoning. I also used madeira instead of red wine because that’s what I had. The recipe isn’t that different to last time but I’ve reproduced it here to reflect the increase in seasoning. 4 tbsp olive oil 3 red chillies, roasted, deseeded and pulped 4 garlic cloves, roasted and then pulped 2 ts
Tedious Medicine If you’ve got the patience of Mother Teresa, this month’s Imbibe teaches you how to home-brew your own tonic water. Sick and tired of drinking old-fashioned, store-bought tonic water? Have no fear: This month’s Imbibe teaches you the four-step, six-ingredient process required to home-brew your own tonic.