Market-Fresh Mixology: Cocktails for Every Occasion - Bridget Albert with Mary Barranco - newest addition to my library. Book encourages readers to shop farmer's markets, use their own garden ingredients & pantry items for cocktail inspiration. http://intoxicologist.net/2014/03/market-fresh-mixology-book-giveaway/
Market-Fresh Mixology: Cocktails for Every Season #SummerSips
Rhum arrangé aux litchis, recette de l’île Maurice
Rhums arrangés, par exemple 70cl de rhum blanc 75g de sucre roux une boite de litchis au sirop 3 petires louches de sirop chauffées avec 8 fruits pdt 2 minutes eteintre ajouter le rhum laisser refroidir buvez avec des fruits neufs dans chaque verre
Market-Fresh Mixology: Cocktails for Every Season
Ted Allen's Grilled Steak with Roasted Jalapeño Chimichurri
You've been into making cocktails for awhile now. You've stocked your bookshelves with all the modern classic cocktail manuals, and you're finally ready to dip your toes into the vintage book scene. Where to begin? (Or perhaps, because it's the holiday season, you're shopping for someone who'd love a vintage cocktail book or ten. This guide is for you, too.)
The Art of Vintage Cocktails, a book containing over 50 vintage recipes by Danielle Kroll
The best cocktail books round up via Mint Love Social Club. Yay, ME! I made the cut!!
In mixing glass, muddle 5 tomatoes, basil, oregano, salt, black pepper, Tabasco sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and lemon juice. Add citrus vodka. Add ice to tin. Shake well. Double-strain into cocktail glass using the strainer on the shaker while pouring contents through the sieve placed over the glass. Garnish with an oregano sprig speared through remaining cherry tomato.