Comedians Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano, discuss, lament & come to terms with Food & Drink. They bring over a quarter century of restaurant experience to the podcast table.
Look you are gonna get people who say use a dry french wine when you make mulled wine. I say like Sangria anything you have in the Red Wine department is gonna work and if you use a cheap bottle then just throw in more spice and no one will be the wise. Not even, Melchior and he was the pickiest of the 3 wise men.
In a pot
Let this holiday elixir simmer as long as you can. If you can't wait 20 mins will do, if you can 4 hours will make it a blessed experience. Then take a wedge of orange and jam 3 cloves into it and garnish the glass you serve it in with that, Forget the cinnamon stick in the glass, you don't need to poke anyone's eye out with this holiday drink.
What can I say about this Christmas Sweet Bread? If you don't like raisins or candied fruit, I say get over yourself. This is a centuries old Christmas bread, learn to love it. Take a slab and dip it in your latte for .5 sec and then slurp up the soggy bread which has soaked up your coffee. Slice whatever Panettone you don't finish and make French Toast with it. I would call it Milanese Toast out of respect of it's origins. But that's me.
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