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24 hours of New Year’s Eve in SF

Follow our blueprint for our ideal New Year’s Eve and you’ll be guaranteed that 2016 will welcome you with open arms and a warm hug.
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Attire – more importantly, the dress. Choose from a comfortable, clubby ensemble from Amour Vert, a classic lace get-up from DVF that says I am serious about this holiday, or something fun and flashy that you can layer with a jacket when getting around on the city streets. All these dresses and styles available at PlumpJackSport.
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Are you in the mood to party on New Year’s Eve? 
Are you the popping bottles and noshing on caviar partier or are you the laying low-type that likes intimate conversations over some good bubbles and hearty fare. Ditch the grocery store party platter and whip up some delightful finger food, but first, the main character, the bubbles.
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Go to PlumpJack Wine & Spirits and ask for Paul, or just take his word for it and buy his top picks.
1. Comtes De Champagne Taittinger, 2005: “100% Chardonnay, in my mind this is one of the greatest Champagnes around. It is probably the only champagne i would flat.
2. Pol Roger Brut Réserve Champagne: “This is an equal blend of the three main varietals. This champagne has a toasty and fruity balance to it.
3.Champagne Gratiot Gerad: “100% Pinot Meunier. This champagne has a little more of a floral note to it and a nice creamy mousse.”
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Diversify your libations and add a celebratory signature cocktail to liven up your soiree.
We enlisted our favorite bartenders at Forgery for a cocktail recipe, and guess what, they know what their doing, so take notice. If you don’t know what some of these items are, there is always Google.
And then there are snacks – very important if you want to continue the party til midnight.
We have lots of inspiration on our Pinterest board, we literally spent many hours searching, pinning and procrastinating, because that is what Pinterest is for, let’s be honest. When it’s time to usher your guests out of your place, because things are starting to get messy and the bubbles are all gone, get yourself to a club. We have two choices for you. For a smaller venue with great jams and lots of dancing, plus champagne and really great cocktails, and even a beer for those who just want to quench their thirst, get to MatrixFillmore. New Year’s Eve features DJ Amy Robbins, spinning the best Top 40 and House beats. Purchase tickers here
If you’re looking to go out and dance your face off to some serious DJs and want to splurge on ultra-exclusive table service, featuring batched craft cocktails, light fare, and more, you need to add Verso to your NYE agenda. Or you can just purchase a ticket to dance and drink, and it will still be the best New Year’s EVER! Purchase tickets here.
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Aftermath of New Year’s can be bitter, but you know what makes it sweet? Brunch!
Get yourself to Balboa Cafe San Francisco, STAT, and order the following: a Balburrito (trust us), an order of Eggs Benedict, or Huevos Rancheros and then wash it down with the city’s best Bloody Mary. Okay, feel better now, we thought so. And, maybe you had a big night and are still up at 9am, in which case, you’re in luck, the Balboa opens bright and early and if you slept in until 1pm, you’re still doing great. And if you are unable to leave the confines of your living room/bedroom, Balboa delivers with partner Caviar. MENU
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When it comes to getting away for New Year’s, Squaw Valley is the place to be! PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn is a cozy, lodge-like resort located at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in North Lake Tahoe California. With amazing snowfall kicking off this season, you wont want to miss the chance to get up to the mountain with amazing conditions this season. Enjoy a great apres ski at the PlumpJack Bar (view menu), the perfect place to wind down from a day of skiing with friends! We are also offering a special Prix Fixe menu for New Years (view menu).

Paul’s Three Favorite Gin Cocktails for Spring

If spring is the season when flowers bloom, filling the air with fragrance, then gin is the springtime of spirits filling a glass. Paul Birman from PlumpJack Wine & Spirits’ Fillmore location, shares his three  favorite gin cocktails for spring.nike free sneakers

Every gin is different with its own unique recipe of botanicals, just as every flower has its distinctive aroma. Juniper, citrus, chamomile, bergamot, and a million other aromas can all be part of a gin’s bouquet. For me, a gin and tonic can’t help but evoke images of lounging on a warm sunny day with a cool, refreshing, cocktail in hand. So grab your cocktail shaker and a bottle of gin and make these delicious drinks. steven curry shoes

Bombay Sapphire Martini served up with olives
A daily requirement to keep my sanity. Sapphire is my go to for it’s classic,
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What makes this perfect isn’t just its potency, but the addition of
dry vermouth and sweet vermouth. I cut back a little on the Campari to make it
less sweet as well. I had this with foie gras on New Year’s Eve and the citrus and lightness
of this cocktail made for the perfect pairing.

Ramos Gin Fizz
This New Orleans classic cocktail is a true test of your bartending skills. It’s the
adult version of a dreamsicle. This drink was originally made-to-order using a long
line-up of “shaker boys,” who would shake the drink for 30 seconds each and pass it
down the line. It was said to have taken 12 minutes to properly shake a Ramos
to perfection. It’s not an everyday drink, but worth the effort once it’s made.air jordan shoes by year

If you love gin or are new to the spirit and want to enhance your knowledge, join our
Gin Club at PlumpJack Wine & Spirits. The Club explores modern dry gins, that tone down
the juniper and turn up the intensity of other botanicals for a creative mix of flavors.
Offerings will include gins with different botanicals, garnishes and alcohol content.
You will receive cocktail recipes along with a detailed write up.new balance running

Irish Things to Drink This St. Patrick’s Day

Here are Irish things to drink this St. Patrick’s Day. Why not ditch the sweet artificially colored nonsense and drink something a real Irish person wouldn’t be ashamed of? Might suggest a couple of cocktails and a duo of Irish whiskeys to inspire you this year?all white air max 90

The Emerald is a simple concoction of Irish whiskey, sweet vermouth, and orange bitters. It’s basically an Irish whiskey Manhattan but nonetheless it’s still a very tasty cocktail!steph curry basketball shoes

Emerald
2 oz Irish Whiskey
1 oz Sweet Vermouth
1 dash Orange Bitters
Garnish: Orange Twist
Stir over ice until well chilled. Strain into a cocktail glass and add garnish.nikes air max

As soon as someone adds whiskey to their coffee it instantly becomes “Irish” in the eyes of some people. However, the original Irish coffee was created by a wise bartender at the Foynes airbase, where today’s Shannon International Airport stands. In 1942, a group of Americans on a Pan Am flight back home were forced to return back to the airport due to bad weather. Chef and bartender Joe Sheridan added whiskey to their coffee to “warm their spirits” and topped it with rich whipped cream. A writer for the San Francisco Chronicle sampled the beverage and loved it. He wrote about it in his columns and helped popularize the drink, even going so far as to start collaborating with San Francisco’s Buena Vista Cafe on how to make an authentic version on American soil.
Irish Coffee
1.5 oz Irish Whiskey
3-4 oz Hot Coffee
1 tsp demerara or turbinado sugar
.5 cup Organic Heavy Cream (for topping)
Whip cream by whisking it in a bowl or vigorously shaking in an empty cocktail shaker.
Put 1 tsp of sugar in an Irish coffee mug or a wine glass. Add 3 to 4 oz hot black coffee and stir to dissolve sugar. Add Irish whiskey and stir again. Top with a one-inch layer of cream.new balance 470

Redbreast 12
Made at Middleton Distillery in County Cork, Ireland, Redbreast 12 is an exquisite example of single pot still Irish Whiskey. A mash of malted and unmalted barley are used and distilled three times in copper pot stills. Nutty and rich on the nose, the whiskey opens with spicy notes of dried citrus and vanilla. Nutty undertones and marzipan finish out the whiskey with a finish reminiscent of amontillado sherry.


Green
Spot
Green Spot is one of those great spirits that people often talk about but few have ever really tried. Produced in very small quantities at the Midleton Distillery, Green Spot Irish Whiskey used to only be available in Ireland and United Kingdom and often very difficult to find. Floral notes meat orchard fruit like apricot and pear on the nose. Toasted grain, honey, caramel, and oak follow with more pear, apple, and apricot finishing with slightly spicy clove and a soft finish.air max plus

From our own PlumpJack Wine & Spirits store in Noe Valley, Kelly shares his own concoction for St Patty’s Day.air jordan 15

Kelly’s Concoction
1.5 oz Irish Whiskey
.5 oz Green Chartreuse
3 dashes Bitter Queens Eucalyptus Bitters
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Bitter Queens: A Cocktail Recipe for Success


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If you need some cocktail creation inspiration or need to locate that perfect rose for a day in Dolores Park, Kelly is the guy you want to talk to at PlumpJack Wine & Spirits in Noe Valley. He’s a long-time team member that takes great pride in leading his customers to the perfect bottle, whether it’s a rare single malt scotch from the Lowlands or a sour beer for a Belgian beer tasting party. In this Q&A you’ll find out what makes Kelly tick and why he’s a Bitter Queen, not to mention, he’s sharing a cocktail recipe you’ll most certainly want to share with your closest friends and those you want to impress.
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What inspired you to go into the business of bitters?
Bitter Queens was born in a bar after about three martinis and a slight stroke of genius. A friend and I started talking about making a batch of homemade bitters for fun, and when thinking of a hypothetical brand name, “Bitter Queens” was uttered, and naturally we died of laughter since we were a couple of gay dudes setting out on a quest to make bitters. Beyond that, I’m obsessed with exotic spices and botanicals, and love that I get to make a line of products with them!
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For people who are unfamiliar with bitters, can you explain what exactly bitters are and how they are used?
Bitters is an aromatic flavoring agent made from a maceration of herbs, roots, and spices that are steeped in high proof alcohol. The maceration is left to rest for a while in order to extract as much flavor from the botanicals as possible. A kiss of sugar and some water may be added, but the process is pretty simple. Unlike Campari, Aperol, and other “potable” bitters that you might sip, cocktail bitters are a highly concentrated extract and thus a few dashes are typically used.
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Why do you think cocktails benefit from the use of bitters?
When mixing drinks, bitters are akin to a chef’s spice rack. They complement the spirits of the cocktail and enliven the drink with added aroma, flavor, and complexity. They’re kind of like perfume for cocktails. Bitters can help transform a good drink into a great drink.
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Where can someone find Bitter Queens?
We’ve just started to hit the market and can be found at PlumpJack Wine & Spirits, as well as some bars and restaurants around San Francisco like Oddjob, Jones, Blackbird, and Epic Roasthouse. We produce several different flavors including earthy eucalyptus, woodsy sarsaparilla, bright Chinese 5-spice, savory tobacco, and exotic Thai bitters.
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Golden Gate Gimlet Cocktail Recipe

1.5 oz. Gin
.75 oz. Lime Juice
.5 oz. Simple Syrup
4 dashes Bitter Queens Eucalyptus Bitters
Shake over ice
Strain into a martini glass
Garnish with spanked rosemary sprig

 

FARM's Summer Cocktail: Raspberry Rickey

Raspberry Rickey

RASPBERRY RICKEY
Choice of Reyka Vodka or Nolet’s Gin, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Raspberry Syrup,
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An old east coast favorite makes its way to FARM at The Carneros Inn. This thirst-quencher is Washington D.C’s native cocktail. It was created in the

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1880’s at a bar called Shoemaker’s, a watering hole for congressmen, senators, judges and every president between 1858 and 1917. It was originally a bourbon cocktail until someone tried it with gin a decade later. The Rickey, named after Democratic lobbyist Colonel Joe Rickey, is simple, summery, and bright: air conditioning in a glass. Patriotic, delicious, and perfect for 4th of July.

Balboa Cafe Mill Valley's Kale Slaw Recipe

Kale Slaw

Balboa Mill Valley’s Kale Slaw

Chef Rick Edge of Balboa Cafe Mill Valley shares his kale slaw recipe with the masses. If you can’t make it to the restaurant to get your fix, like LA resident and fan Lisa Miller, we have you covered with a simple at-home recipe.

Recently, Noelle Carter of the LA Times Daily Dish reached out Chef Rick Edge to request the kale slaw recipe for fan Lisa Miller. This is what she had to say:

Dear SOS: I am in love with the kale slaw from Balboa Cafe in Mill Valley, Calif. That dish was actually what turned me on to kale, but I can’t find a salad as good. I love visiting Northern California and especially going to Balboa Cafe for the kale slaw. So I can also enjoy it at home, do you think you can get the recipe? Lisa Miller

Kale Slaw Recipe
Serves 8-10 people

Ingredients

2 bunches lacinato kale (aka dino kale), cut into strips
2 cups shaved carrot
2 cups shaved red cabbage
1 ½ cups shaved fennel
1 cups toasted walnuts

  1. Combine all ingredients except walnuts in a bowl and mix well.
  2. Store in an air tight container.
  3. When ready to serve, mix with walnuts and dress with dressing.

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Ingredients

2 ¾ cups aioli
1/3 cup Dijon mustard
2 ounces lemon juice
½ cup apple

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  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
  2. Season with salt and pepper.

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the PlumpJack Group, a San Francisco-based hospitality and lifestyle management company with 15 properties under its collective brand. For more information about Balboa Mill Valley’s Executive Chef Rick Edge go to the website.

The Blackthorn Cocktail Recipe & St. Patrick’s Day: A Perfect Pair

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Josh Thinnes, our spirits expert and general manager of PlumpJack Wine & Spirits in Noe Valley sent over this classic cocktail in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The Blackthorn Cocktail is a rare cocktail choice that was once made with slow gin when

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politics and wars made it difficult for the English to get their hands on Irish Whiskey. So, if you find you’d rather order it than make it, make sure and specify you’d like the Irish Whiskey version. Here is Josh’s rendition with his favorite spirits:

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The Blackthorn Cocktail

2oz Irish Whiskey we prefer Tullamore Dew
1oz Sweet Vermouth we suggest Carpano Antica Formula
2 dashes Angostura Bitters
Rinse the glass with Absinthe

Garnish with a lemon twist, and serve straight up in a chilled martini glass

Bring the luck of the Irish to your home with this festive drink or try something new at the bar by ordering an old standby, the Blackthorn. Cheers!

About PlumpJack Wine & Spirits – Noe Valley
Established in May of 2001, PlumpJack Wine & Spirits Store in Noe Valley is a neighborhood institution. General Manager and buyer Josh Thinnes takes great pride in sourcing an exciting assortment of wines, spirits and craft beers. You’ll find the largest selection of Belgian Ales and microbrews on the shelves and in the cooler, along with vintage Ports and Madeiras dating back to the early 1900s, unusual artisan spirits and liqueurs from small producers around the world including an American Whiskey collection that rivals any wine and spirits store in San Francisco and beyond, plus more than 80 Single

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Recipe for Chocolate Torte: The Little Black Dress of Desserts

Chocolate Torte by Jon Howard
Yield: Makes 1-8” Cake

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I was attracted to this recipe when someone said it was “The little black dress” of desserts. I tried it and was pleasantly surprised at its simplicity and its diversity.

For Valentines Day you can serve this with a simple sauce and fresh Strawberries and a dusting of powdered sugar or cocoa powder. Enjoy!

Equipment & Supplies:
Standing mixer with the whisk attachment (if you don’t have a standing mixer, use a handheld mixer)
8 inch cake pan
Double boiler or steel mixing bowl placed inside pan
Parchment paper
Non-stick cooking spray

Preheat oven to 325 F

Ingredients:
1 Stick of butter
4 oz 70% chocolate
4 Eggs at room temperature
1/2 Cup sugar
1/4 Teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon Creme de Cocoa*
1/4 All purpose flour (sifted)

Step One:
Break up chocolate and combine butter in double boiler until smooth, then turn off heat.

Step Two:
Whip eggs for 8 minutes on high until eggs start to foam. While this is happening mix sugar, salt and liquor together and then add to eggs. Don’t add while mixer is on high, turn mixer off and add and then turn the mixer back on high.
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egg and sugar mixture and then fold in sifted flour. Make sure to wipe off water from bottom of mixing bowl with chocolate so as to not have any residual water join the cake batter mixture. Mix all ingredients on medium until well combined.

Step Four:
Pour chocolate mixture into a sprayed, floured 8″ pan lined with parchment paper on the bottom.

Step Five:
Place in a 325 F oven for 24 minutes or until the sides start to pull away from the cake and the cake will spring back slightly when touched.

Notes:
* You can add any liquor you’d like, and then pair with best topping. I suggest Kirsch with cherries, Brandy with pears or apples, and Rum with coconut.

Jon Howard head shot (2)Recipe by Pastry Chef Jon Howard of PlumpJack Cafe, located at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn.

Vegetarian Corn Pudding from Chef Wyatt

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This dish is a standout at any holiday table and also happens to be a great vegetarian option. The recipe is derived from Betty Dufresne, PlumpJack Cafe’s Chef Wyatt’s mother. Chef Wyatt looks forward to this dish every year and when he’s not back east enjoying his mother’s, he makes it himself for family and friends for the holidays. Let us know what you think!

Equipment:
Mixing bowl & two casserole dishes

Ingredients
2 eggs
3 Tbs. flour
½ cup cream (you can substitute milk)
1 cup milk
½ tsp. salt
¼ tsp. white pepper
1 Tbs. sugar
1½ cups fresh-scraped corn or 8oz frozen corn
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sharp cheddar cheese, grated
¼ cup finely chopped green chilies

Step One:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Step Two:
Beat the eggs and flour together to make a smooth paste, then beat in the cream, milk, salt,
pepper and sugar. Add

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thoroughly.

Step Three:
Pour the mixture into a buttered medium sized casserole, and place the casserole
in a pan or larger casserole which is about ½ full of water.

Step Four:
Bake the pudding for 50 to 55 minutes in a preheated oven at 350 degrees.

Notes:
It should be slightly puffed and golden on top. Serve hot. Add your favorite hot sauce for an added kick.

Recipe by Chef Wyatt Dufresne of PlumpJack Cafe, located at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn. The recipe is derived from Wyatt’s mother, Betty Dufresne.

10 Steps to Marshmallow Recipe Perfection

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PlumpJack Marshmallows (as seen in the famous S’mores Dessert)
Yield: One sheet pan

30_PlumpJacks_Food_gp_gk__MG_1733Fear not, marshmallows are easier than you think, with a little practice they can even be fun to make. With that being said, keep your fear at arms length, roll up your sleeves, and turn up the music, it’s time to make homemade marshmallows!

Equipment:
Standing mixer with the whisk attachment.(if you don’t have a standing mixer, use a handheld mixer)
Two sauce pans
Metal mixing bowls
Candy thermometer
Cookie sheet
Rubber spatula or off set spatula
Parchment paper

Ingredients:
2 ¼ cups granulated sugar
2 Tbs corn syrup
½ cup egg whites
3 Tbs. gelatin powder (1 oz)
½ cup water
2 tsp. vanilla extract
½ tsp. Kosher salt
2 cups of powdered sugar, sifted, for coating the finished marshmallows.

Step One:
Have a greased cookie sheet ready to go in advance.

Step Two:
Bring two sauce pans, half full of water (for double boilers) to a simmer. Choose metal mixing bowls that will not sit completely inside the sauce pans for use as double boilers.

Step Three:
Combine the Egg whites, sugar and glucose* in a metal mixing bowl with a whisk and place over one of the sauce pans with simmering water. Stir the sugar/egg white mixture occasionally with a whisk to keep the egg whites from cooking on the edges of the bowl.

Step Four:
Pour the ½ cup of water into the second mixing bowl and whisk the water while pouring the powdered gelatin into the water. Bloom the gelatin by letting it soak into the water for a few minutes.

Step Five:
After the gelatin has soaked up the water, (you’ll know it when you see it, it will become one solid mass), melt the gelatin over the second double boiler. Ok beware, the smell of melting gelatin is barnyard, hay and all, so don’t freak out you’re still on target. Set the now melted gelatin aside in a warm spot in the kitchen so it doesn’t set up again.

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Step Eight:
Pour the cooled marshmallow mixture into the sprayed sheet pan and spread evenly with a rubber spatula, it will fight you and slide and maybe even squirm, you’ll get it, just don’t give up.

Step Nine:
Take out a sheet of parchment and spray it with pan spray, place it on top of your marshmallows and press it flat with your hands, rolling pin, or whatever works for you and set it aside for at least an hour to set up.

Step Ten:
Dust your cutting board with the sifted powdered sugar and take your marshmallows out of the pan and, liberally, use the powdered sugar to coat all the sticky marshmallow surfaces. Cut them up into your favorite shapes and toss into a bowl of more powdered sugar and enjoy!

Notes:
Well wrapped marshmallows keep for several weeks.

Recipe by Pastry Chef Jon Howard of PlumpJack Cafe, located at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn. The recipe is derived from their famous Chocolate Mousse S’more’s dish, served on the dessert menu in the Dining Room and Bar.