Author: Stanley Clisby ArthurPublish On: 2010-09-23
Oldtimers will tell you the three outstanding drinks of New Orleans in the memory
of living men were the dripped absinthe frappe of the Old Absinthe House, the
Ramos gin fizz, and the Sazerac cocktail. As previously related, the American ...
" --Christina Leo, inRegister "Transport yourself to the heart of New Orleans' fascinating cocktail culture with this collection of contemporary and classic drinks.
Author: Sarah Baird
Publisher: Cider Mill Press
"Whether a clean-drinking history buff or a connoisseur of all things served in fancy cups, New Orleans Cocktails raises a glass to the best of culture." --Christina Leo, inRegister "Transport yourself to the heart of New Orleans' fascinating cocktail culture with this collection of contemporary and classic drinks. Expect unique libations inspired by writers, musicians, and revolutionaries of The Big Easy, as well as bartender insights, party-planning chapters, and top shopping tips." --The Spirits Business Cocktails from The Big Easy--made easy! Immerse yourself in the magic and mystery of New Orleans with this fun and elegant new guide to the best bars and cocktails of the city. Far more than just a cocktail recipe book, New Orleans Cocktails features signature creations by the best mixologists in the Big Easy, inspired by Crescent City musicians, writers, and revolutionaries alike. Along with soundtrack suggestions, bartending techniques and preparations, tips for the first-time New Orleans visitor, and cocktail terminology, you'll also learn to master more than 100 of New Orleans' most exciting cocktails and bartender originals, including: *New Orleans classics like the Sazerac (at the Sazerac Bar, of course) and Arnaud's twist on the French 75 *Drinks inspired by the city's history, like the absinthe-filled Jean LaFitte Cocktail *Iconic drinks like the Classic Hurricane that will transport you to Bourbon Street You'll also find invaluable insider tips from local bartenders, including a Q&A with Ann Tuennerman, founder of Tales of the Cocktail! Concoct your own authentic Mardi Gras celebration without ever leaving your zip code with this comprehensive guide to the art of New Orleans cocktail making.
It later gained fame as the house cocktail at Maylie's, one of New Orleans's top
restaurants in the early twentieth century, rivaled only by Antoine's among the
city's elite. When Maylie's doors shuttered in 1986, the Roffignac lost a regular
Author: Elizabeth Pearce
Publisher: The Countryman Press
Explore the origins and myths of the Crescent City one drink at a time New Orleans is an American city unlike any other, and its rich diversity is reflected in the world-class bar scene. In Drink Dat New Orleans, Elizabeth Pearce takes us on a tour of the city’s many unforgettable drinking spots, including a candle-lit tavern favored by pirates in the early eighteenth century and a watering hole so beloved by locals that several urns containing the ashes of former patrons rest in peace behind its bar. A Louisiana native and co-founder of the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, Pearce brings her lifelong love of food, beverage, and local lore to this ultimate drinker’s guide. From the nonstop parties on Bourbon Street to the classy cool of the Garden District, Drink Dat is the perfect way to explore America’s most spirited city.
Author: Elizabeth M. WilliamsPublish On: 2016-05-02
In every bar-side toast or street-corner daiquiri you can find evidence of the people, politics, and convergence of ethnicities that drive the story of the Crescent City.
Author: Elizabeth M. Williams
Publisher: LSU Press
The Sazerac, the Hurricane, and the absinthe glass of Herbsaint are among the many well-known creations native to New Orleans's longstanding drinking culture. But more than vehicles for alcohol, the cocktails and spirits that complement the city's culinary prowess are each a token of its history. In every bar-side toast or street-corner daiquiri you can find evidence of the people, politics, and convergence of ethnicities that drive the story of the Crescent City. In Lift Your Spirits: A Celebratory History of Cocktail Culture in New Orleans, Elizabeth M. Williams, founder and director of the Southern Food and Beverage Institute, and world-renowned bartender Chris McMillian illuminate the city's open embrace of alcohol, both in religious and secular life, while delving into the myths, traditions, and personalities that have made New Orleans a destination for imbibing tourists and a mecca for mixologists. With over 40 cocktail recipes interspersed among nearly three hundred years of history, a sampling of premier cocktail bars in New Orleans, and a glossary of terms to aid drink making and mixing, Lift Your Spirits honors the art of a good drink in the city of good times.
With an introduction on Prohibition-era New Orleans by historian John Magill and biographical profiles of Leonhardt and Hammond by editor Gay Leonhardt, readers can fully appreciate the setting and the personalities behind this vintage ...
Author: Olive Leonhardt
Publisher: LSU Press
In the 1920s Prohibition was the law, but ignoring it was the norm, especially in New Orleans. While popular writers such as F. Scott Fitzgerald invented partygoers who danced from one cocktail to the next, real denizens of the French Quarter imbibed their way across the city. Bringing to life the fiction of flappers with tastes beyond bathtub gin, Shaking Up Prohibition in New Orleans: Authentic Vintage Cocktails from A to Z serves up recipes from the era of the speakeasy. Originally assembled by Olive Leonhardt and Hilda Phelps Hammond around 1929, this delightful compendium applauds the city's irrepressible love for cocktails in the format of a classic alphabet book. Leonhardt, a noted artist, illustrated each letter of the alphabet, while Hammond provided cocktail recipes alongside tongue-in-cheek poems that jab at the dubious scenario of a "dry" New Orleans. A cultural snapshot of the Crescent City's resistance to Prohibition, this satirical, richly illustrated book brings to life the spirit and spirits of a jazz city in the Jazz Age. With an introduction on Prohibition-era New Orleans by historian John Magill and biographical profiles of Leonhardt and Hammond by editor Gay Leonhardt, readers can fully appreciate the setting and the personalities behind this vintage cocktail guide with a Big Easy bent. A perfect gift for lovers (and makers) of craft cocktails, arbiters of style, and celebrants of the Crescent City, Shaking Up Prohibition in New Orleans captures the essence of the Roaring Twenties.
Author: Elizabeth M. WilliamsPublish On: 2012-12-19
And New Orleans had many. These bars, really supporting the social drinking of
spirits by men, flourished in New Orleans until Prohibition. The cocktail has
always been prominent in the culture of the city. There would no doubt be great ...
Author: Elizabeth M. Williams
Publisher: AltaMira Press
New Orleans’ celebrated status derives in large measure from its incredibly rich food culture, based mainly on Creole and Cajun traditions. At last, this world-class destination has its own food biography.
In BIG EASY COCKTAILS, chef Jimmy Bannos pays tribute to the Crescent City with a host of recipes for truly classic cocktails like the Mint Julep, newfangled concoctions like the Gentilly Sunrise, and snacks and appetizers inspired by ...
Author: Jimmy Bannos
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
Cock‚A[tail (kŏk'tāl') n: a many-splendored creation believed by some to have been born, bred, and elevated from mere libation to lifestyle in New Orleans. In BIG EASY COCKTAILS, chef Jimmy Bannos pays tribute to the Crescent City with a host of recipes for truly classic cocktails like the Mint Julep, newfangled concoctions like the Gentilly Sunrise, and snacks and appetizers inspired by Creole and Cajun cuisines.A colorful collection of cocktail and snack recipes that capture the authentic flavors and spirit of New Orleans.A portion of the book's proceeds will be donated to support Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.Includes 50 cocktail and 35 appetizer recipes plus 30 food and location photos.Features recommended music selections to accompany each cocktail recipe and a list of New Orleans-related books and movies.
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A long tradition of good drinking is one of New Orleans' trademarks, so it's no
surprise that the Sazerac, Ramos Gin Fizz, and the Grasshopper were all
Author: DK Eyewitness
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Utterly unique and entirely irresistible, welcome to New Orleans. Whether you want to attend the world's biggest party, tour the historic architecture of the French Quarter or pay homage to the birthplace of jazz, your DK Eyewitness travel guide makes sure you experience all that New Orleans has to offer. A melting pot of African, Caribbean and European cultures, New Orleans is a place unlike any other. This heady mix of influences has culminated in a city that celebrates life on a daily basis, reflected in its infectious music, enticing cuisine and restless party spirit. Our recently updated guide brings New Orleans to life, transporting you there like no other travel guide does with expert-led insights and advice, detailed breakdowns of all the must-see sights, photographs on practically every page, and our hand-drawn illustrations which place you inside the city's iconic buildings and neighbourhoods. You'll discover: - our pick of New Orleans' must-sees, top experiences, and hidden gems - the best spots to eat, drink, shop and stay - detailed maps and walks which make navigating the city easy - easy-to-follow itineraries - expert advice: get ready, get around and stay safe - colour-coded chapters to every part of New Orleans, from the French Quarter to the Garden District, Mid-City to Marigny - our new lightweight format, so you can take it with you wherever you go Want the best of New Orleans in your pocket? Try our DK Eyewitness Top 10 New Orleans.
Mix up a cocktail New Orleans-style. From highfalutin to down home, from Sazeracs to mint juleps, this gorgeous cocktail cookbook offers more than sixty recipes from famous New Orleans establishments and mixologists, along with photographs, history, and narratives. These Crescent City cocktails are easy on the eyes and the taste buds and can be paired with recipes from the New Orleans Classics Series.
This preparation is served over rich vanilla ice cream . www . lonelyplanet . com DRINKS OF NEW ORLEANS New Orleans has certainly earned its international
reputation for debauchery . From the intimacy of neighborly beer joints to the over
roughly 30 cocktails ( $ 6.50 to $ 12 ) on the menu at any given time . “ We've got
so much cocktail history in New Orleans , and I want to honor that , ” Brow says . “
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. In the Land of Cocktails Proprietors of the legendary New Orleans restaurant Commander's Palace, Ti and Lally are cocktail divas, spread-ing the gospel about how to make drinks properly, from why a true Sazerac can only be made with ...
Author: Ti Adelaide Martin
Publisher: Harper Collins
Can't tell a Gin Fizz from a Gimlet? Think a Sidecar is something you'd see at the racetrack? If your idea of a wild night is a few Lemondrop shots washed back with a Cosmo, you're in need of some cocktail therapy! And there's no one better to tell you everything you need to know about a Brandy Crusta, a French 75, a Cachaça Swing, and much, much more than Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan, who will take you on a rip-roaring trip. . . . In the Land of Cocktails Proprietors of the legendary New Orleans restaurant Commander's Palace, Ti and Lally are cocktail divas, spread-ing the gospel about how to make drinks properly, from why a true Sazerac can only be made with Peychaud's bitters to why hand-chipped ice is best for cocktails. In this marvelously entertaining book—both a guide to making some of the world's best cocktails and a memoir of the authors' lives surrounded by family, friends, and delicious food—there are recipes for familiar classics like the Corpse Reviver and the Old-Fashioned; New Orleans favorites like Brandy Milk Punch and the Sazerac; and new inventions created by Ti and Lally, such as their now-famous Whoa, Nellie! In the Land of Cocktails includes information on pairing food with cocktails, introductions to the beloved, boisterous Brennan family and their friends, and explanations of some of the unique, perhaps strange to some, words and ways of life in New Orleans. Filled with wit, sass, warmth, and lots of good times, In the Land of Cocktails is the ideal gift for cocktail lovers everywhere, whether you're a novice or an old drinking pro.
During the period when low - income Easterners were imbibing the low - grade
gin widely dubbed “ Strip and Go Naked , ” the poorer celebrants in New Orleans
were sipping brandy cocktails . For that long - flourishing American institution ...
Cocktails It is said that the cocktail was invented in New Orleans in the 1790s .
Operating from 437 Royal St , Haitian pharmacist Antoine Peychaud served
medicinal tonics of brandy and bitters in little china egg - cups called coquetiers ,
Author: Samantha Cook
Category: New Orleans (La.)
This guide provides the inside scoop on what to see and do--and what to eat--in one of America's most romantic and exotic destinations. color maps.
The Little Black Book of Cocktails Suzanne Matczuk. Oscar Wilde was also ... New Orleans was a real sizzling spot for cocktails back in the late 1800s , the
golden age when all the best drinks were invented . Sadly , this romantic New Orleans ...
Author: Suzanne Matczuk
Publisher: J Gordon Shillingford Pub Incorporated
The history of swing, the story of Prohibition, the inspiration for tiki, and the secret life of absinthe. Cocktail-O-Matic is the killer-diller guide to all things cocktail. Not just a step-by-step guide to the care and handling of the classics'the Manhattans, martinis, Bronxes, sidecars and more'it's the story of how those cocktails came to be. From Esquivel to Trader Vic, James Bond to Frank Sinatra, mambo to Space Age Bachelor Pad, Cocktail-o-matic is the little black book of swank. Includes more than one hundred recipes for the aspiring mixologist.
Mr . Stanley Arthur , who has written a book on New Orleans drinks , says the
bartenders substituted whisky because the Americans preferred " red likker . ”
Sazeracs , the best and most renowned of New Orleans cocktails , are sold all
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French Quarter of New Orleans hosted the Fifth Annual Tales of the Cocktail ,
July 18–22 , 2007. This unique event , founded by Ann Rogers , was attended by