Whiskey Caramel is the perfect holiday gift or hostess gift. And this whiskey caramel sauce is easy to make and share.
Sometimes the stars just align during the Christmas season. Like caramel and whiskey coming together for a perfect whiskey caramel sauce and getting to work with food52 on publishing this recipe and then getting help from my friend Ana to package everything up beautifully. Maybe you remember this caramel from my chocolate cake recipe but I’ve changed it up a little since then and now it’s just perfect. Today you’ll find the full recipe for whiskey caramel on food52.
While this whiskey caramel sauce is perfect with chocolate cake, it’s also pretty incredible with ice cream, pumpkin pie, bread pudding, or brownies too. Plus you can make it in less than 20 minutes and package it up for your friends and neighbors – they will love you for it! For pretty packaging ideas and supplies visit Welovecitrus.com.
The Stars Align
Besides making the perfect sauce with my favorite website, this holiday season has been filled with so many perfect moments. We’ve been waiting all year for our book to come out and it finally has! We had our first book signing last week and celebrated with friends the following evening. Just weeks prior to this we opened up a coffee shop. While our coffee company, Charming Beard, has been selling single origin beans for a few years now, we found just the perfect time and perfect partners to open up a shop.
The book we wrote is about the Salt Lake City dining scene. You can read the full story behind the book on theSLCfoodie.com but it’s basically stories of local chefs and their beloved recipes. 60+ restaurants and 80+ recipes! And it was released just in time for Christmas gifting. If you’re in Salt Lake you can purchase it at our shop La Barba, Kings English and Wellers Book Works.
La Barba, our latest venture in the local dining scene, is a small coffee and churros stop in downtown Salt Lake. We share a space with one of our favorite local restaurants, Finca, and partner with them for our pastries and churros. In addition to coffee we serve drinking chocolate, teas, a few sparkling water options. My current order is the Almond Brioche Sticky Bun with a frothy cappuccino, lightly sweetened with our house-made molasses simple syrup, a combo that makes me feel like Christmas morning. If you’re in Salt Lake you’ll have to come check it out. La Barba is located at 327 west and 200 South.
After a year of tons of work and not much harvest, the good part has finally arrived. And we’re celebrating. You’ll probably find us in the corner with the whiskey caramel.