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  • Killer Cocktails : An Intoxicating Guide to Sophisticated Drinking (Hands-Free Step-By-Step Guides)

    • Author: David Wondrich
    • Binding: Spiral-bound
    • Price: $19.95

    Killer Cocktails is a unique hands-free, stand-up guide with all the advice and guidelines you need to set up a home bar and learn the art of mixing cocktails the right way. The drinks you'll find in here avoid novelty products, artificial flavors, and colors not found in nature. They're heavy on tradition and light on trendiness. You also might learn a thing or two, from the origins of the John Collins (no Toms, Dicks, or Harrys here) to why the Daiquiri should be resurrected from its status as the wimp of all cocktails (it was JFK's fave, after all).

    And that's not all. While respecting the traditions of balance and simplicity that our mixological forefathers founded, Killer Cocktails also shows you how to be creative. First you master the basics and only then can you start substituting vanilla vodka for rum, or rhubarb for raspberry. But if you're simply in the mood for a Rye Old-Fashioned, the real recipe is right here.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • The Ultimate Guide to Pitcher Drinks: Cool Cocktails for a Crowd

    • Author: Sharon Tyler Herbst
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $12.95

    In the mood for a Summer Hummer?
    How about a French Flirt or a Neon Nexus?
    or Maybe even a Sin City Slider?


    This book includes these and 150 more cool cocktails for a crowd�everything from classics like Sangr�­a, Martinis, and Manhattans, to newer favorites like Kamikazes and Mudslides, to international raves such as Brazil�s Caipirinha and Cuba�s Mojito, not to mention liquor-free variations. Plus, there�s information on mixing techniques, ingredients, equipment, and glassware, hangover helpers, tips on party food for non-cooks, and a user-friendly index that lists recipes by ingredients.

    Serving pitcher drinks is an ingeniously effortless way to entertain and still have fun at your own party. ItÂ?s an idea whose time has comeÂ?in fact, itÂ?s long overdue. No doubt about it, a premixed pitcher of drinks is a huge asset to any gathering. Making individual cocktails not only takes time, but removes you from the action. So mix up a batch of pitcher drinks and join in the party. TheyÂ?re stylish, fun, and easy, and they definitely take the angst out of entertaining! Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • The Ultimate Little Martini Book

    • Author: Ray Foley
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $9.95

    The Ultimate Little Martini Book has been one of the top-selling martini books for years. Now, this updated and revised edition brings even more to the martini lover, with more than 1,000 recipes to choose from, such as:

    --Desert Sunset Martini

    --Four Alarm Martini

    --Jamaican Martini

    --Orange Truffle Martini

    --Snowcone Martini

    Ray Foley is the ultimate authority on bartending. He is the publisher of Bartender Magazine, the No. 1 magazine in circulation for the bartending trade. This book is the result of his years of experience working with bars and bartenders across the country to find the ultimate martinis.

    More than 1,000 recipes. Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Barolo to Valpolicella : The Wines of Northern Italy (Mitchell Beazley Classic Wine Guide)

    • Author: Nicolas Belfrage
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $29.95

    From the author of the award-winning Life Beyond Lambrusco, a comprehensive guide to the wonderful wines of Northern Italy.

    Wine is, and has been since time immemorial, the lifeblood of Italy-and in the late twentieth century, it has also become hugely popular around the world. Such is their variety today that Italian wines, ranging from a classic Piemonte red like Barbaresco to the Veneto's elegant white Soave Classico, have come to be considered both fine wines to be savored and affordable wines that can be drunk every day. In Barolo to Valpolicella, Nicolas Belfrage explores the mysteries of Northern Italian viniculture, focusing on dozens of wines ranging from the normale to the highest-quality single-vineyard masterpieces. Using many local and international grape varieties as signposts, he guides the reader through such magical areas as Valpolicella, South Tyrol, and Trentino as well as the hills of Bologna and the Po Valley plain, where Lambrusco wines really did once hang from trees. Enhancing his text with an extensive listing of producers, a helpful glossary of Italian terms, and even a guide to pronouncing Italian words, Belfrage has written one of the most complete and accessible guides to today's Italian wines yet to be published.

    Glossary/Bibliography/Index

    Nicolas Belfrage is a regular contributor to Decanter magazine. He divides his working life between Florence, Italy, and London, England. Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • The Food Service Professionals Guide to Controlling Liquor Wine & Beverage Costs (Food Service Professionals Guide to)

    • Author: Elizabeth Godsmark
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $19.95

    This new series of fifteen books - The Food Service Professional Guide TO Series from the editors of the Food Service Professional are the best and most comprehensive books for serious food service operators available today.

    These step-by-step guides on a specific management subject range from finding a great site for your new restaurant to how to train your wait staff and literally everything in between. They are easy and fast -to-read, easy to understand and will take the mystery out of the subject. The information is "boiled down" to the essence. They are filled to the brim with up to date and pertinent information.

    The books cover all the bases, providing clear explanations and helpful, specific information. All titles in the series include the phone numbers and web sites of all companies discussed. What you wonÂ?t find are wordy explanations, tales of how someone did it better, or a scholarly lecture on the "theory". Think of them as "Cliff Notes TM" on the subject matter.

    Every paragraph in each of the books are comprehensive, well researched, engrossing, and just plain fun-to-read, yet are packed with interesting ideas. YouÂ?ll be using your highlighter a lot! The best part aside from the content is they are very moderately priced. You can also purchase the whole 15 book series the isbn number is 0-910627-26-6. You are bound to get a great new idea to try on every page if not out of every paragraph. Do not be put off by the low price, these books really do deliver the critical information and eye opening ideas you need you to succeed without the fluff so commonly found in more expensive books on the subject. Highly recommended! Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Bartending Inside-Out: The Guide to Profession, Profit & Fun

    • Author: Lori Marcus
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $14.95

    This concise reference offers those who have chosen bartending as their primary profession the tools to achieve success. In addition to teaching the basicsÂ?how to pour; the differences between the vast array of gins, scotches, tequilas, and vodkas; how beer, wine, and spirits are made; and which glassware to use for each beverageÂ?the guide provides critical information on the nuts and bolts of customer service, checking id's, dealing with intoxicated customers, tipping, and inspiring a bar crew to work as a team. A glossary identifying common bar terms and recipes for more than 125 cocktails supplement the text.
    Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Bartending 101 : The Basics of Mixology, 4th Edition

    • Author: Inc. Harvard Student Agencies
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $12.95

    The Essential Bartending Crash Course

    Do you know how to set up a full bar for that party you're having? How much vermouth to use when your first guest requests a "dry martini on the rocks?" How to measure out a shot of alcohol using the three-count method?

    You'll find the answers to all of these questions and much more in this indispensable guide. Rather than teaching you recipes for drinks you've never heard of and will never have to make, the authors focus on the fundamentals of bartending--using the tools, learning the terminology and drink mnemonics, and setting up for a cocktail party. This book will transform the most ignorant imbiber into a sauce-slinger extraordinaire, ready to go out and bartend recreationally or professionally.

    This guide includes:

    -Basic bar setups, tools, and helpful techniques
    -Hundreds of recipes for the most popular drinks and punches, from chocolate martinis to salty dogs
    -New chapters featuring everything a bartender needs to know about beer and wine
    -A new and improved guide to throwing a fabulous cocktail party
    -Hints on finding a bartending job
    -Diagrams, illustrations, and many useful tips throughout.
    Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Shaken Not Stirred : A Celebration of the Martini

    • Author: Anistatia R. Miller, Jared M. Brown
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $10.00

    This first-of-its-kind volume features 40 ways to make a classic martini, 60 nouveau concoctions and a directory of the world's best martini lounges. Here, readers will discover the finer points of gin versus vodka, olive versus twist, shaken versus stirred, as well as brands of liquor, ratios of ingredients and every facet of this highly ritualized and specific cocktail. Also included are looks at and recipes for the weird and wonderful new offspring of the martini renaissance: chocolate and espresso martinis, the Cajun Combustion Engine, Martini Navratilova, Very Berry Martini, Pasini Express, Berlin Station Chief and many more. With sidebars featuring quotes from literature, toasts and historical points of interest, plus photos recalling great martini moments in film, politics, culture and advertising, Shaken Not Stirred is a fabulous celebration of a classic and very au courant international tradition.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Rum: The Epic Story of the Drink That Conquered the World

    • Author: Charles A. Coulombe
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $21.95

    Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Trader Vic's Tiki Party!: Cocktails & Food to Share with Friends

    • Author: Stephen Siegelman, Trader Vic
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $19.95

    The tiki volcano is erupting all over again, and now Trader VicÂ?s, the legendary purveyor of Polynesian food, drinks, and fantasy, wants to help us bring it all home. Step behind the bar and into the kitchen at Trader VicÂ?s and learn how to create the kind of tiki magic that made the Trader famous. ItÂ?s all here: recipes for 95 of the restaurantÂ?s best-loved tropical cocktails and after-dinner drinks along with more than 35 party-friendly recipes for pupus, tidbits, finger food, entrees, and desserts all adapted from the past and present menus of Trader VicÂ?s. Dozens of tips and ideas for inexpensive, easy tiki decorating and entertaining at home are included, as is a guide to the basics of bartending equipment and techniques. Whether itÂ?s a blowout tiki party for friends or a spontaneous occasion to dust off the shaker, this book brings favorite concoctions from Trader VicÂ?s into your home.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.