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“The only thing which makes it a little tricky, is that it requires 30 "prunes in armagnac," which must be made at least 2 weeks earlier.”
“a vanilla bean, split prunes in armagnac 30, in 5 tbsps of their syrup melted clarified butter 1/3 cup orange flower water 1/2 sp armagnac 2 tsps strudel or filo leaves, thicker "country style" filo, if available. confectioner's sugar or sanding sugar”
“Wait a minute though: if your armagnac is currently being poured by the Púca at The Lonely Crossroads (which is indeed in my corner of Clare, even.”
“If you would like to try this, and it is really not terribly hard - just needs a little planning - you will first need to make some prunes in armagnac.”
“I am drinking a bottle of armagnac which is older than you; this is not at all depressing.”
“Kingsley Amis, in the "Mean Sod's Guide" section of his book "On Drink," suggested that the mean sod (that is, cheap host) can avoid the expense of serving a post-prandial cognac by presenting his guests a "rather exceptional" armagnac: "a watered-down cooking brandy from remote parts of France or from South Africa.”
“Visit Bastide d'Armagnac (labastide-darmagnac.net) with its enchanting square colonnaded central place; Notre-Dame des Cyclistes (notredamedescyclistes.net), a tiny 11th-century chapel where Tour de France competitors come to pray; the exquisite hamlet of Larressingle (and taste its equally exquisite armagnac – tinyurl.com/6z7yo22); the food market of Eauze and buy foie gras, croustade and armagnac direct from artisan producers. (tourisme-gers.com).”
“I once had an author come over from France smuggling some armagnac in his luggage and the cork popped.”
“Firstly I had a typo last night and too much armagnac this afternoon after a long lunch!”
“In it you will find his grandmother's recipe for walnut leaf aperitif (take 50 walnut leaves, 40g of orange peel, a litre of armagnac, a kilo of sugar and five litres of red wine; macerate for eight days, stirring twice a day; sieve, bottle, and store in a cool place for three months).”
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