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My drinking problem currently manifests itself in my not being able to get my pants buttoned (and a recent trip to Ross and Macy’s to buy bigger pants and THIS IS NOT GOOD).
Last year Dave discovered an amazing technique for doing infusions.
One of the seminars I attended at Tales of the Cocktail this year featured the amazing Dave Arnold, director of culinary technology at the French Culinary Institute in New York and co-author of the not-to-be-missed website Cooking Issues.
He was joined by the also amazing Tony Conigliaro, the owner, head bartender and chief mad scientist of 69 Colebrooke Row in London, and the stupendously amazing food scientist and author Harold Mc Gee.
You can infuse flavors into liquor (and water based things, too) almost instantly with nothing more than an ISI whipped cream maker.
You can use seeds, herbs, spices, fruits, cocoa nibs, etc.
"Stereotypically people think that self-injury happens only among teenagers and young women, but it also happens with older, middle-aged females and males," says Harrell Woodson, Ph D, director of the Menninger Hope Program, which treats adults with mental illness.
The Program is participating in a clinic-wide initiative to learn more about self-injury and to develop new protocols to treat it, since it is a frequent health issue among Menninger patients.It looked really great, plus it gave me the opportunity to link to Dave's article on nitrous infusions, Darcy's article on and source for acid phosphate, plus the drink itself.Great links brought together by commentary, the perfect old-school weblog post. Ever wonder what a “chocolate phosphate” or “cherry phosphate” soda was, or what it tasted like, or what the hell phosphate is and what is it doing in my drink?It’s a way to add acidity to a drink, either alcoholic or not, but with a “blank slate” of flavor.When people think of self-harm, they often picture a teenage girl cutting herself, but self-harm in adults is more common than people realize.