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A collection of the greatest drinks of all time, modern and classic, all of which conveniently feature only three ingredients. 3-Ingredient Cocktails is a concise history of the best classic cocktails, and a curated collection of the best three-ingredient cocktails of the modern era. Organized by style of drink and variations, the book features 75 delicious recipes for cocktails both classic (Japanese Cocktail, Bee's Knees, Harvey Wallbanger) and contemporary (Remember the Alimony, Little Italy, La Perla), in addition to fun narrative asides and beautiful full-color photography.
With only three ingredients to wrangle, even the most hesitant beginner will start shaking in this quick but comprehensive guidebook. Whether intimidated by the vast number of recipes out there or the long lists of special-order ingredients, aspiring but reluctant mixologists can learn to craft a variety of cocktails with ease. In the process, they will master how to stock a home bar without gutting the bank account. Recipes include five simple and delicious cocktails from each of the booze categories (gin, tequila, rum, vodka, whiskey, plus the "whatnots"), supported by the history and distinctive characteristics of each liquor type. A few basic and not-so-basic techniques for mixing and serving cocktails round out the useful information, including a steady and humorous supply of booze-related factoids worthy of showing off at a cocktail party. Perfect for anyone interested in mixing a drink or appreciating the finished product, this book is a must-have for anyone setting up their first home or bar.
The anti-hipster drink book, perfect for hipsters and their haters "McCartney sends up the craft cocktail movement with a healthy dose of sarcasm and a lot of booze" (Lifehacker) "Shake up your workweek with this perfect resource." (InStyle)
With incredible flip factor, this book features beautifully photographed scenic shots of coastal settings around the globe as well as photos of thirst-quenching beach cocktails that beg to be savored. Learn about the origin and key ingredients of a host of tiki bar favorites like HawaiiÍs Mai Tais, CubaÍs Daiquiris (HemingwayÍs favorite), Key WestÍs Rum Runners, and BrazilÍs Caipirinhas as well as the spirited modern mixes born of todayÍs burgeoning craft cocktail movement. Including a 411 on all things bar-related: bar gear (tools, glassware), stocking the bar (spirits, mixers), as well as bar basics like making simple syrups, infusions, and creative garnishes, this gifty book also demystifies bar lingo like bitters, shrubs, muddle and neat. Whether you prefer a classic sip on the sand, a cutting-edge contemporary toddy, or a refreshing mocktail while watching the tide roll in, Beach Cocktails is your thirst-aid kit.
The first book in decades to celebrate and explore the history of the most iconic of classic cocktails, the martini, with 50 recipes. A classic martini includes gin, vermouth, sometimes bitters, a lemon twist or olive, and lots of opinions--it's these opinions that New York Times cocktail writer Robert Simonson uncovers in his exploration of the long and tangled history of the classic martini and its subtle variations. The book features examples of age-old recipes, such as the first martini recipe published in 1888, modern versions created by some of the world's best bartenders, and martinis sought out by enthusiasts around the world, from Dukes Bar at the Dukes Hotel London to Musso and Frank Grill in Los Angeles. In The Martini Cocktail, you'll discover everything you need to know about what components make a great martini, as well as a collection of 50 recipes to create your own drinks (and form your own opinions) at home. Advance praise for The Martini Cocktail “Simonson’s a fleet-footed writer, and his thumbnail history is easily satisfying without getting into the weeds. . . . This is a no-brainer for martini enthusiasts.”—Publishers Weekly
A gifted chef, restaurateur, and writer working at a time when Americans were beginning to take a new interest in their culinary heritage, Bill Neal (1950-1991) helped raise Southern food to national prominence. Having rescued spattered and faded recipe cards from the Chapel Hill restaurant they founded together, Bill's former wife and business partner, Moreton Neal, has compiled a book that embodies the diversity and range of his cooking and illustrates the aesthetic that he applied to making meals. Remembering Bill Neal features more than 150 recipes--most of them never published before--from all stages of Bill's career: classic French dishes from La Residence, Southern traditional cooking from Crook's Corner, and fast and easy recipes from home. Moreton's introductory passages and headnotes introduce Bill to readers and put his recipes in the context of his career and his legacy as a chef. Part cookbook, part memoir, this volume both instructs and entertains, showing the lasting importance of Bill Neal's influence in the American regional cooking movement as well as being a muse and a mentor to a generation of Southern home and professional cooks.

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