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Let Ray’s & Stark Bar’s Spiced Wine Heat Up Your New Year!

Let Ray’s & Stark Bar’s Spiced Wine Heat Up Your New Year!


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Since it opened in 2011, Ray's and Stark Bar has been hailed as one of L.A.’s best new restaurants, and is without a doubt one of the finest museum restaurants in the country. Serving outstanding Mediterranean-inspired farm-to-table dishes, the contemporary space is perfectly situated at the BP Grand Entrance to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

To help ring in the new year tonight, Ray’s is cooking up a special seven-course vegetarian tasting menu with optional wine and cocktail pairings and — if you must — carnivore options. But with magical dishes like sunchoke volute with grapefruit caviar and something called “saffon dragons’ wing,” even the most-devoted meat-eater may find their animal instincts tamed. (Although I must admit that it’s nearly impossible not to say “yes, please” when Chef Morningstar offers to add lobster to your herb pasta with artichoke and black truffle.)

The thoughtfully-executed seasonal menu has been developed with Patina Restaurant Group and founder Joachim Splichal. The adjoining – and greatly-appreciated — Stark Bar specializes in artisan beers and spirits, a rich California-centric wine list, and seasonal cocktails. So, what have the two great chefs decided is their drink of the season? Something sweet, savory and warming — Ray’s & Star Bar’s own recipe for spiced wine; which, Chef Morningstar notes, “is perfectly paired with spiced pork liverterrina.” Well, there goes my veggie resolution!

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Ray’s & Stark Bar’s Spiced Wine

Ingredients:

  • 1 bottle (750 ml) fruity red wine (merlot or tempranillo works well)
  • 1 cup Terry Centenario Solera Brandy
  • 1 whole medium lemon, sliced
  • 1 whole medium orange, sliced
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3 star aniseed
  • 2-3 cinnamon sticks
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/2 teaspoon whole allspice
  • 1/2 teaspoon whole peppercorns
  • 3 whole cloves

Directions:

Create a cheesecloth bag to steep the six blended spices. Combine all ingredients into a large saucepan. Bring to a slow boil stirring occasionally. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and chill for 4-6 hours. Strain all ingredients and reheat to serve warm in a glass mug. Garnish mug with star anise, orange twist, or burning cinnamon stick.

Recipe makes approximately 5 servings.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.


  • More than half of Britons plan to make their own cocktails this summer
  • Head mixologist at TheBar.com Kenji Jesse shares his secrets
  • You don't have to be an expert to update these classic concoctions

Published: 11:36 BST, 14 June 2015 | Updated: 16:36 BST, 14 June 2015

Parties are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

According to mixologists, this summer it's all about replacing sugar syrup with honey, using an egg cup to measure spirits, and switching soda water for ginger ale for an extra-zingy mojito.

Classic libations like a gin and tonic or Pimms will never go out of fashion, but connoisseurs are looking for new ways to updates the old favourites - without breaking the bank.

Summer get-togethers are incomplete without a cocktail but what's the secret to making the perfect tipple?

Classic flavours: Pimms and Lemonade with cucumber, strawberries, orange and mint

And cocktail website Thebar.com says that nearly half (46 per cent) of Londoners plan to host or attend a cocktail party this summer.

Pimm's and Lemonade are popular in the south, with 20 per cent opting for the refreshing classics, while northerners are partial to a G&T (17 per cent).

And in Scotland, young drinkers could be turning their backs on whisky to opt for rum-based mojitos, the website says.