The Cocktail Book, first published in 1900, is the earliest book devoted purely to the art of the cocktail. This collection, in a beautiful new edition, allows a modern audience to rediscover the joy of classic cocktails, with early recipes for the Whisky Sour, Mint Julep, Manhattan, and many more.
The Cocktail Cookbook shows you how to incorporate food ingredients into some very modern cocktails. From bananas and grapes to olive oil and peas, simple larder ingredients are transformed into exciting, delicious drinks by master barman Oskar Kinburg.
Preparing a first-class cocktail relies upon understanding the ingredients and the complex alchemy of how they work together. In this book, each infographic shows precise measurements in easy-to-see glass proportions and gives instructions on which garnish and type of glass to be used for each drink.
Just what makes coconut oil nature's perfect ingredient? It is a healthy, natural fat that works in harmony with the body. It is gluten-free and lactose free. It contains no cholesterol and is free from additives.
This engaging guide to coffee explains its history, cultivation, and culture, as well as the major factors influencing the industry today. The first book that coffee lovers naturally will turn to, it will also appeal to anyone interested in globalization, climate change, and social justice.
200 well illustrated recipes that demystify Thai cooking for the home cook using simplified techniques and requiring a minimum of preparation time. In addition to authentic dishes the author has adapted some common dishes to Thai flavours.