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Somewhere along the line, bourbon’s become something collected. It sits on a shelf, rarely opened and all too carefully poured.Fred Noe doesn’t believe in that.When it comes to bourbon, Jim Beam’s seventh generation master distiller says enjoy it “any damn way you please.” He’s been making the stuff for a long time, so he’s got a few ideas about what to do with it. First and foremost: get it off the bar cart and to the table. There’s room for it in good food and cocktails, but really wherever there’s friends and family. Bourbon Butter Perfect on steaks, mashed potatoes or corn on the cob, this delicious bourbon butter is all you need on the side. Get the recipe All the work that goes into…
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