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Smuggler S Cove

Author: Martin Cate
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607747332
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Cast aside your cares and worries. Make yourself a Mai Tai, put your favorite exotica record on the hi-fi, and prepare to lose yourself in the fantastical world of tiki, one of the most alluring—and often misunderstood—movements in American cultural history. Martin and Rebecca Cate, founders and owners of Smuggler’s Cove (the most acclaimed tiki bar of the modern era) take you on a colorful journey into the lore and legend of tiki: its birth as an escapist fantasy for Depression-era Americans; how exotic cocktails were invented, stolen, and re-invented; Hollywood starlets and scandals; and tiki’s modern-day revival. Featuring more than 100 delicious recipes (original and historic), plus a groundbreaking new approach to understanding rum, Smuggler’s Cove is the magnum opus of the contemporary tiki renaissance. Whether you’re looking for a new favorite cocktail, tips on how to trick out your home tiki grotto, help stocking your bar with great rums, or inspiration for your next tiki party, Smuggler’s Cove has everything you need to transform your world into a Polynesian Pop fantasia.

Smuggler S Cove

Author: Martin Cate
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ISBN: 1607747324
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"Tiki cocktails are drenched in lore and legend, harking back to their invention as escapist fantasies for depression-era Americans. This book is rich with stories of tiki history, how drinks were invented and stolen, secret recipes and how they were decoded, Caribbean journeys and South Pacific shipwrecks, Hollywood scandals, and midcentury American dreams. Martin Cate is considered one of the foremost experts in the world not only of tiki, but also rum, and here he provides a complete primer to the various styles of rum-their history, uses, and most delicious applications-to round out this utterly unique, wickedly fun cocktail collection."

Trader Vic S Tiki Party

Author: Stephen Siegelman
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 0307808637
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The tiki volcano is erupting all over again, and now Trader Vic’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 Vic’s and learn how to create the kind of tiki magic that made “the Trader” famous. It’s all here: recipes for 95 of the restaurant’s best-loved tropical cocktails and after-dinner drinks along with more than 35 party-friendly recipes for pupus, tidbits, finger food, entrées, and desserts—all adapted from the past and present menus of Trader Vic’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 it’s a blowout tiki party for friends or a spontaneous occasion to dust off the shaker, this book brings favorite concoctions from Trader Vic’s into your home. An entertaining guide from Trader Vic’s restaurant including 130 recipes for cocktails, pupus, finger food, entrées, and desserts. A follow-up to the popular THE GREAT TIKI DRINK BOOK. Trader Vic’s has 21 company-owned and franchised restaurants around the world—from Emeryville, California; to Berlin, Germany; and Osaka, Japan. Cocktail recipes include the Samoan Fog Cutter, the Tiki Puka Puka, Scorpion, the Kamaiina, and The Original Mai Tai, invented by Trader Vic himself in 1944. Appetizer recipes include crowd-pleasing pan-Asian small plates and nibbles, like Crispy Prawns, Cha Siu Pork, Ahi Tuna Poke, and Key Lime Chiffon Tartlets. Throw a rocking tiki party using the decorating, music-selection, bar-stocking, and menu-planning tips found here. From the Hardcover edition.

Beachbum Berry Remixed

Author: Jeff Berry
Publisher: Slave Labor Graphics
ISBN: 9781593621391
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Berry features 40 newly discovered, previously unpublished vintage Tiki drinkrecipes from the 1930s-1960s.

Beachbum Berry S Taboo Table

Author: Jeff Berry
Publisher: Slave Labor Graphics
ISBN: 9780943151991
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Forbidden secrets of feast-worthy food! A companion book to The Grog Log and Intoxica!, Taboo Table features Polynesian food recipes and party recipes. Drink-lovers take heart, punches and other exotic drinks also have a welcome place on the Taboo Table!

And A Bottle Of Rum Revised And Updated

Author: Wayne Curtis
Publisher: Broadway Books
ISBN: 0525575030
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Now revised, updated, and with new recipes, And a Bottle of Rum tells the raucously entertaining story of this most American of liquors From the grog sailors drank on the high seas in the 1700s to the mojitos of Havana bar hoppers, spirits and cocktail columnist Wayne Curtis offers a history of rum and the Americas alike, revealing that the homely spirit once distilled from the industrial waste of the booming sugar trade has managed to infiltrate every stratum of New World society. Curtis takes us from the taverns of the American colonies, where rum delivered both a cheap wallop and cash for the Revolution; to the plundering pirate ships off the coast of Central America; to the watering holes of pre-Castro Cuba; and to the kitsch-laden tiki bars of 1950s America. Here are sugar barons and their armies conquering the Caribbean, Paul Revere stopping for a nip during his famous ride, Prohibitionists marching against "demon rum," Hemingway fattening his liver with Havana daiquiris, and today's bartenders reviving old favorites like Planter's Punch. In an age of microbrewed beer and single-malt whiskeys, rum--once the swill of the common man--has found its way into the tasting rooms of the most discriminating drinkers. Complete with cocktail recipes for would-be epicurean time-travelers, this is history at its most intoxicating.

Cuban Cocktails

Author: Ravi Derossi
Publisher: Sterling Publishing (NY)
ISBN: 9781454917502
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From the celebrated Cuban bar Cienfuegos, owned by the co-owner of the award-winning Death & Co., dubbed America's Best Cocktail Bar, comes this spirited collection of 100 recipes that celebrate Cuba's rich cocktail history and culture. Featuring classics such as the Daiquiri, Floridita, and Papa Doble, as well as modern craft concoctions, including the Cienfuegos Shakes, Isla de Tesoros, and Jardin de Flores,Cuban Cocktails offers more than just a gathering of recipes. It captures the tropical elegance and unfiltered energy of Spanish Cuba, brimming with beautiful, evocative images of the drinks and the places where they came to life. Sidebars shed fascinating light on the country's legendary bars and nightclubs and the famous bartenders and entrepreneurs who ran them, while quotes and fun facts give a tantalizing taste of the once-forbidden Caribbean island.¡Bienvenidos a Cienfuegos!

Cocktails Across America A Postcard View Of Cocktail Culture In The 1930s 40s And 50s

Author: Diane Lapis
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1682681459
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50 20th century cocktail recipes, illustrated with vintage postcards Cocktail culture boomed in the United States after Prohibition, starting with the jazz-filled cocktail lounges and elegant supper clubs in New York City and, as rail and automotive travel advanced, flowing all the way to the postwar-era resorts and cabaret night spots of California and beyond. Barkeepers and mixologists across the country were developing new-fangled concoctions like the Red Snapper, the Santa Fe Cooler, and Cooper’s Ranch Punch. A newly liberated America couldn’t get enough. The unique cocktail lounges, hotel bars, and other more exotic drinking venues (ice rinks, carousels, and tropical gardens, just to name a few) defined this era of drinking culture and were immortalized in the linen postcards used to advertise them. With over 50 vintage cocktail recipes (including several modern twists), fascinating historical vignettes, and more than 150 pieces of vintage ephemera, you will be transported to an era of unbridled indulgence and distinct glamour.