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 Move over mulled wine.   I know what I’ll be doing this weekend, celebrating the legacy of Norman ‘ Sailor Jerry ’ Collins with my family and getting into the festive spirit with some delicious spiced rum.   This year I’m breaking away from my normal Christmas gift list and adding a few naughty bottles of whiskey, bourbon and Sailor Jerry’s spiced rum.   Sailor Jerrys has a HUGE following. They also do Christmas stuff. They’ve recently launched their   Good Gifts for Bad People competition .  Bad ass! Inside this collectible edition is one of four limited edition pin-up prints and a damn tasty bottle of Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum all wrapped up in a tube illustrated with Collins’ flash art!  You can also find  A Good Gift for Bad People  in all good retailers nationwide (Tesco, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and ASDA amongst others) throughout November and December for the awesome price of £20.00. It’s limited edition so don’t come crying  if you miss out.  Good luck!   Here’s how to make a Hot Apple Jerry.   1 part Sailor Jerry  2 parts apple cider  2-3 slices of orange  3-5 cinnamon sticks  3-5 cloves   Combine ingredients in order above in a crock-pot and stir.    Heat up and serve as needed. Garnish with a cinnamon stick   This also sounds very delicious…   Pecan Pie   3 eggs  1 cup dark corn syrup  1 cup sugar  2 tbs Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum  ¼ cup butter, melted  1 tsp vanilla extract  1 cup pecans, coarsely chopped  1/3 cup chocolate chips  1 9-inch frozen deep dish pie crust    Preheat oven to 375º degrees.    Whisk eggs in a large bowl.    Add the next five ingredients (dark corn syrups   through vanilla) mix until well incorporated.    Stir in pecans and chocolate chips.    Pour pie filling into unbaked pie crust.    Bake at 375º for 10 minutes then lower temp   to 350º and bake for another 25-35 minutes   until pie is set.    Let cool then serve with whipped cream.   Yum!   Keep your eyes peeled, I’ll soon be making my own Hot Apple Jerry and sharing the photos on the blog.    Happy Thanksgiving too!

Move over mulled wine. 

I know what I’ll be doing this weekend, celebrating the legacy of Norman ‘Sailor Jerry’ Collins with my family and getting into the festive spirit with some delicious spiced rum. 

This year I’m breaking away from my normal Christmas gift list and adding a few naughty bottles of whiskey, bourbon and Sailor Jerry’s spiced rum.

 Sailor Jerrys has a HUGE following. They also do Christmas stuff. They’ve recently launched their Good Gifts for Bad People competition. Bad ass! Inside this collectible edition is one of four limited edition pin-up prints and a damn tasty bottle of Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum all wrapped up in a tube illustrated with Collins’ flash art!

You can also find A Good Gift for Bad People in all good retailers nationwide (Tesco, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and ASDA amongst others) throughout November and December for the awesome price of £20.00. It’s limited edition so don’t come crying  if you miss out.

Good luck!

Here’s how to make a Hot Apple Jerry.

1 part Sailor Jerry

2 parts apple cider

2-3 slices of orange

3-5 cinnamon sticks

3-5 cloves

Combine ingredients in order above in a crock-pot and stir.

Heat up and serve as needed. Garnish with a cinnamon stick

This also sounds very delicious…

Pecan Pie

3 eggs

1 cup dark corn syrup

1 cup sugar

2 tbs Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

¼ cup butter, melted

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 cup pecans, coarsely chopped

1/3 cup chocolate chips

1 9-inch frozen deep dish pie crust

 Preheat oven to 375º degrees.

Whisk eggs in a large bowl.

Add the next five ingredients (dark corn syrups through vanilla) mix until well incorporated.

Stir in pecans and chocolate chips.

Pour pie filling into unbaked pie crust.

Bake at 375º for 10 minutes then lower temp to 350º and bake for another 25-35 minutes until pie is set.

Let cool then serve with whipped cream.

Yum!

Keep your eyes peeled, I’ll soon be making my own Hot Apple Jerry and sharing the photos on the blog.

Happy Thanksgiving too!