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Making a Classic Manhattan-- If the wedding is not going to be in Manhattan, we will just have to bring it with us! A specialty drink to incorporate NYC for the bride and groom.

Mary Berry's Manhattan roulade

Mary Berry's Manhattan roulade

Manhattan Cake Recipe -- Booze Cake: And it's delicious!

Manhattan Cake

Manhattan cocktail-inspired layer cake, with citrus, bitters, and a splash of cherry juice.

Invented in New York in the 1870s. Despite the fancy-schmancy garnish this Manhattan recipe is like an accent from a Manhattan resident itself: big, loud and bold.

Manhattan

Manhattan Cocktail Invented in New York in the Despite the fancy-schmancy garnish this Manhattan recipe is like an accent from a Manhattan resident itself: big, loud and bold.

The Manhattan is one of the finest and oldest cocktails around. It’s a classic and sophisticated cocktail.

The Manhattan is one of the finest and oldest cocktails around. It’s a classic and sophisticated cocktail.Red Moon Over Manhattan Cocktail Recipe 2 ounces red wine ounce bourbon ounce simple syrup 1 large round ice sphere 3 gourmet maraschino cherries

{table for two | recipe : victoria sponge cake with buttercream frosting} :: This is Glamorous

Victorian sponge cake with raspberry preserves and vanilla buttercream frosting. (From Peggy Porschen's new book, Boutique Baking).

This impressive white chocolate dessert from Great British Bake Off star Mary Berry is perfect for dinner parties, especially as you can make it the day before.

Mary Berry's Manhattan roulade

Manhattan recipe made with bourbon, sweet vermouth, and bitters.

Manhattan

The classic Manhattan cocktail recipe is made with bourbon, sweet vermouth, and bitters. Always stirred, never shaken for the perfect result.

Brandy Manhattan recipe

Brandy Manhattan recipe

Candy apples (malus domestica). Twist the stalks off of 8 dry, unwaxed apples (or cover with boiling water to remove wax) and push a wooden skewer into each. Set 400g golden caster sugar and 100ml water over a med heat for 5 mins until dissolved, then stir in 1 tsp vinegar and 4 tbsp golden syrup. Set a sugar thermometer in the pan and boil to 140°C or 'hard crack' stage. Add red dye if desired. Quickly and carefully dip each apple in the hot toffee and place on baking paper to harden. Zone…

Homemade toffee apples

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