These buttery, booze spiked carrots are absolutely spot-on perfect to spruce up any holiday or special occasion menu.
There are not many things that smell better than butter, brown sugar, and bourbon simmering away on the stove. It’s a homey, mouth-watering, appetite provoking aroma that will draw people from all of the nooks and crannies of your house into the kitchen to find out what’s cookin’.
This is my version of a recipe from the one and only Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman. It just so happens to be the first of her recipes I’ve shared and I honestly have no idea how that is possible. I can assure you there will be more to follow.
While roasting is my go-to method for cooking veggies on an average night, these carrots make a lovely holiday side. I served them with our Thanksgiving turkey and they’d be equally delicious with a nice cut of beef or your Easter ham. A few of you spied them on the plate with my Skillet Braised Pork Chops awhile back and asked for the recipe and I’m happy to oblige. I strongly believe in boozy carrots for all! [Read More…]