Originally Posted by LittleBigMomma
I've always heard that when a recipe that contains liquor is cooked (heated) the alcohol is "burned-off" and therefore, children can be allowed to eat the food.
IS THIS TRUE?
I don't let my child have "lushed-out" truffles or liquor soaked cakes.
And, I'd be more concerned about my waistline than my blood alcohol level, if I ever ate to drunkeness. heeheehee -
And, just picture this: Cop pulls you over and asks, "How many drinks did you have ma'am/sir?" and your reply, "Well, I just had a couple of slices of the top-shelf cake. Really that's the truth, officer".
Haha, if you have ever eaten Jamaican Wedding Cake, you will know just how true this is! Love it!
Good question, recently there have been studies on how alcohol evaporates and these studies produced results very different to what was previously believed.
Check out this link for the information:
I found it to be a real eye opener.
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes