Author: Hayley Johnson

Falernum substitutes

Eight Best Falernum Substitutes

Falernum (pronounced Fa-learn-um) is a sweet liqueur syrup that derives from the island of Barbados. This liqueur was crafted to mostly pair with tiki/tropical drinks and contains a rum base with almond, clove, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, and lime. Bartenders and mixing enthusiasts alike use Falernum to add a flavor of […]

punte e mes

Ten Best Punt e Mes Substitutes

Punt e Mes (pronounced poont-eh-mess) is a type of Italian vermouth, which is a fortified wine infused with various flowers, roots, seeds, herbs, and spices. Vermouth was traditionally used as a healing agent but later became popular with mixing enthusiasts as the main ingredient for cocktails. When it comes to […]

Licor 43

Top 10 Licor 43 substitutes

Licor 43 was created in Cartagena, Spain and is a very popular Spanish liqueur. It was created by Diego Zamora and his siblings in 1946. The Zamora’s were inspired by the Liqvor Mirabillis which is an ancient take on the liqueur that was once prohibited by the Romans. Licor 43’s […]

pussers rum

Top 10 Pussers Rum Substitutes

Pusser’s Rum is not only a widely popular brand but is also well-known for being the main ingredient in the famous Painkiller beverage that originated in the British Virgin Islands. Pusser’s Rum is now one of the more commonly used brands of rum and makes for a delicious summer-time beverage […]

frangelico substitutes

Best Frangelico Substitutes

Whether you are looking to broaden your horizons in the world of liqueurs and try something new, Frangelico may be the next liqueur you may want to try. Frangelico is similar to Amaretto and creates a delicious cocktail. If you are unsure of how to make a cocktail featuring Frangelico, […]

Nonstick ceramic cookwares

Is Nonstick Ceramic Cookware REALLY Safe?

Nonstick ceramic cookware is a popular option for any cook, whether one is venturing out on their own for the first time in an apartment or if a seasoned chef is looking for alternatives to use in their workspace. No matter the reasoning, nonstick ceramic does have its mysteries, such […]

Tagliatelle Substitutes

12 Best Tagliatelle Substitutes That are ALMOST Identical

Tagliatelle (pronounced “tal-ya-TELL-eh”) is an egg pasta that is well-known for its elongated, flat ribbon-like structure. Typically a homemade Italian cuisine, it’s made from semolina which is a durum wheat-based flour. The pasta’s unique name originates from the Italian word, tagliare, meaning “cut”, in which tagliatelle is a translation for […]

herbsaint alternatives

6 BEST Herbsaint Substitutes and Alternatives

Herbsaint is a green liqueur that remains notorious not only for its deep, flavorful notes but also for its richness in history. Heavy in the essence of star anise and close in relation to black licorice, Herbsaint remains a staple for bartenders and liqueur enthusiasts alike to craft the perfect […]

Detail of cooking

How to Cook in Copper Cookware

Pots and pans that are made out of copper can be a beautiful addition to your kitchen, but if you don’t know how to cook in copper cookware or care for it, then you may be hesitant to take the plunge and invest in a good copper cookware set. I’ve […]

Classical copper

Is Copper Cookware Safe to Cook With?

For many professional cooks, copper cookware is the go-to choice. But is it really superior to other types of cookware materials? Good copper cookware heats food evenly and efficiently, so you can cook those delicate dishes that are temperature sensitive. But there are many people who wonder if copper cookware […]