Well, Rick and Kate have done it again! They ate fabulous meals abroad and are here to share them with you! Rick and his sister cover the island of Sicily, from its fresh vegetables, to its famous market, to its delicacy of cuttlefish. Kate brings the highlights from London, but more importantly, brings the long awaited debut of her mom on the podcast. You’ve heard her wisdom, now hear her voice! Rick interviews a restaurateur from one of Palermo‘s fine dining restaurants about what makes the restaurant he runs with his two brothers so special. Grab a glass of wine, and put your feet up (or we know some of you like to go for a run) and enjoy their travel and food highlights from Europe.
How do they actually make the different kinds of liquor? The fab folks at Round Barn Winery, Distillery, and Brewery take us through the creation process -- and best of all, tastings! -- for vodka, run, gin, agave, and whisky, bourbon and their walnut creme liquor. Why do they call their gin 269 Gin? Why is the walnut creme liquor technically a wine? Why do they call their spirit agave (even tough it tastes like tequila? Do you really know the difference between whisky and bourbon?