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  • Food & Wine Cocktails 2011: The ultimate source for 160-plus terrific cocktails & party-food recipes from the world's biggest talents

    • Author: Editors of Food + Wine
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $14.95

    As a scene-scooping, style-setting annual, Food & Wine Cocktails 2011 always keeps tabs on the hottest trends in bars, restaurants and lounges. The 160+ cocktails here have been created by some of the country's best mixologists.

    Each chapter focuses on a particular spirit-gin, vodka, whiskey-and every page highlights one or two exceptional cocktails, along with interesting anecdotes about these cocktails. Other highlights include:

    • A "Cocktail Clinic" which offers tips on stocking the bar with essential glassware and tools, as well as a liquor lexicon, which provides valuable inspiration on the best and newest spirits around
    • An invaluable Black Book of the Top 100 Spots to Drink around the country, including their names, addresses, and phone numbers
    • A chapter on the very best bar food from the hippest spots around the country
    . Bartending jobs seekers should consider buying this book because it contains tons of useful information.


  • Cocktail nation: cosmic cocktails

    • Author: Beverly West
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $10.00

    The Quentin Tarantino of drink guides, Cocktail Nation is a must-have for the countless fans of the currently popular cocktail lounge/'50s chic phenomenon. From stocking the bar with glassware and garnishes to tempting the guests with tasty canapes like Bologna Boats and Ham Rafts, Cocktail Nation is required reading for the cocktail connoisseur.. Bartending jobs seekers should consider buying this book because it contains tons of useful information.


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    • Author: Donald R. Anderson
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $45.00

     

    An important and prolific playwright, Philip Barry wrote hit plays such as The Philadelphia Story and Holiday. However, he has been largely forgotten and no book-length analysis of his work has appeared in more than forty years. With this book, Donald R. Anderson rescues the playwright from obscurity.           
    Although Barry’s successes were with comedies of manners, he also wrote dramatic and experimental works. Anderson analyzes all of Barry’s plays (twenty-one in total) and questions the traditional characterization of the American playwright’s work. He begins with Barry’s early plays concerning intergenerational tensions and lessons learned from the Great War. Subsequent chapters explore Barry’s preoccupation with fidelity and infidelity, his struggles with his Catholic beliefs, and his investigations into sources of evil and despair. Anderson also looks at the plays of the late 1930s and the 1940s, including the posthumously produced Second Threshold. One chapter is devoted to Barry’s synergistic relationship with Katharine Hepburn: her role in lifting the playwright out of a mid-1930s slump and his role in rescuing her from the label of “box-office poison” with both The Philadelphia Story and the World War II drama Without Love.
    Anderson places Barry within the context of his times but also shows him drawing on past influences and anticipating theatrical developments of the latter part of the twentieth century. Part cultural history, part literary analysis, Shadowed Cocktails is sure to revitalize interest in this remarkable American author.
    and his role in rescuing her from the label of 'box-office poison' with both The Philadelphia Story and the World War II drama Without Love.

     

    . Bartending jobs seekers should consider buying this book because it contains tons of useful information.


  • The Joy of Hors D'Oeuvre & Cocktails (Barron's Educational Series)

    • Author: Bev Bennet
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $9.95

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  • The Little Green Book of Absinthe: An Essential Companion with Lore

    • Author: Paul Owens
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $18.95

    A celebration of "the green goddess"-this is the first book to share absinthe recipes since it was recently legalized in the U.S.

    This enticing little volume presents a collection of more than 100 absinthe cocktail recipes that draw upon the classic roots of the drink as well as its new iterations. Readers will be entertained with nuggets of absinthe history and trivia, including the tradition of the green fairy, famous devotees of the drink, and the myths (or facts) of its hallucinatory properties.

    Readers will learn that: •America's most famous early cocktail, the sazerac, was a New Orleans creation that called for a dash of absinthe

    •When the absinthe backlash started in the 1890s, Edgar Degas' masterpiece L'Absinthe was booed off the auction block at Christie's in London

    •An experienced absintheur can identify a brand from across the room just by watching how it louches-the way the herbs' oils cloud the drink as the bartender adds water

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    • Binding: Paperback
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  • and Classic and Contemporary Cocktails

    • Author: Anthony Dias Blue
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $17.99

    With more than 100 new recipes for cocktails, mixed drinks, and nonalcoholic beverages, this revised edition of Anthony Dias Blue's classic guide fills us in on what we need to know:

  • How to stock a bar, listing alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages by probable frequency of use.
  • Bar and cocktail definitions -- learn the difference between a julep and a smash, a toddy and a flip.
  • Calorie charts, mixology tips, and illustrated descriptions of glasses.

Organized by spirit, each chapter is introduced by an accessible and eloquent essay. Discover more than 1,000 recipes for cocktails, categorized by Classics, Creative Concoctions, Signature Drinks, and Tropical Drinks -- everything from the popular Martini and the Coco Loco to Trader Vic's West Indies Punch, a Midori Sour, and a Velvet Hammer.

Whether entertaining, bartending, or simply relaxing with a favorite drink, this is the must-have bar book.

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  • Cocktail Parties for Dummies: 2009 Pocket Edition

    • Author: Alison Leach
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $9.95

    A perfect gift for fans of the ‘50s food and culture, the Retro Recipes series celebrates the delicious diner offerings and sophisticated cocktails that characterized the era. Produced in a fun adult “board book” format. More than twenty classic cocktail recipes from the decade of the mixed drink.. Bartending jobs seekers should consider buying this book because it contains tons of useful information.


  • Complete Book of Mixed Drinks

    • Author: Evan Rogers
    • Binding: Kindle Edition
    • Price: $2.99

    How to Make over 195 Great Cocktails - 2010 Edition
    Detailed descriptions of dozens of the best and most delicious cocktails around. You'll be the envy of every bartender if you master these gems. Enjoy. . Bartending jobs seekers should consider buying this book because it contains tons of useful information.


  • The (Revised Edition): More Than 1

    • Author: R. Winston Guthrie
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $24.99

    Absinthe’s renaissance is quickly growing into a culinary movement. The “Green Fairy” is now showing up on cocktail menus at chic restaurants around the country. A Taste for Absinthe celebrates this storied and complex liquor by bringing you 65 cocktail recipes from America’s hottest mixologists to enjoy as you discover the spirit that has fascinated artists, musicians, and writers for centuries.

    Absinthe expert R. Winston Guthrie shares the intriguing history of this famous beverage and a wide range of absinthe cocktails crafted by celebrated bartenders such as Jim Meehan of New York’s PDT, Erik Adkins of San Francisco’s Slanted Door, and Eric Alperin of The Varnish in Los Angeles. In addition to the recipes—such as the Salute to Sazerac (with rye whiskey, Angostura bitters, and lemon peel) and the Green Goddess (fresh basil leaves, cucumber vodka, simple syrup, line juice, and fresh thyme)—you will find:

     

    - a primer on the accoutrements (spoons, glasses, fountains) for serving absinthe
    - a how-to on executing your own absinthe drip
    - a guide to buying the best-quality absinthe (whether imported or domestic)
    - a lesson on how to discern between real absinthe and fake
    - sidebars on absinthe’s rich history 

    Whether you want to learn everything you need to know to host “L’Heure Verte” (the Green Hour) and impress your friends with your beautiful accoutrements and practiced pouring technique, or just make a really delicious drink, A Taste for Absinthe will bring you up to speed on the most talked about liquor in history.

    . Bartending jobs seekers should consider buying this book because it contains tons of useful information.



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