The fastest two minutes in sports leaves plenty of time for ham biscuits, bourbon truffles, and flavorful juleps. Hats off to this Millionaires Row-worthy menu at your Kentucky Derby party
Make two batches of these salty but slightly sweet pecans if you have a large crowd. You can store them in an airtight container
up to 3 days, or freeze up to 1 month.
Look for tender, fresh baby greens and microgreens at your local farmers’ market; they should be abundant this time of year.
Soaking vegetables in ice water crisps them up.
Indulgent and lightly flavored, this dip is the perfect partner to colorful spring veggies such as green and purple endive;
assorted radishes; and blanched, chilled asparagus and haricots verts (tiny green beans).
Fluffy Cream Cheese Biscuits with Figgy Port Chutney, Blue Cheese Butter, and Ginger Ale-Brown Sugar Smoked Ham make up this
delectable Derby sandwich.
Three leavening ingredients—yeast, baking powder, and baking soda—ensure light biscuits every time.
These make-ahead gems are easy enough for casual get-togethers and fancy enough for special occasions. Display Derby Truffles
with bakery macaroons and/or sugar cookies on tiered stands.
Pair your Derby Julep with any of our flavored syrups to make it worthy of your finest pewter.
Julian Van Winkle, president of the legendary Old Rip Van Winkle Distillery in Frankfort, shares his go-to cocktail.