The authors – one a winemaker, the other a bartender – bring personality to the book via their distinct takes on what makes vermouth so special. The book includes two main sections: Vermouth Basics and How to Drink.
Author: Shaun Byrne
Publisher: Hardie Grant
The Book of Vermouth is a celebration of the greatest cocktail staple – a mixer that is riding a growing wave of popularity around the world. It includes up to 100 modern and classical cocktail recipes – but is more than a cocktail book too, offering history and insight to botanicals, and the perspective of key chefs who like to cook with vermouth as much as they like to drink it. The authors – one a winemaker, the other a bartender – bring personality to the book via their distinct takes on what makes vermouth so special. The book includes two main sections: Vermouth Basics and How to Drink. Vermouth Basics will give a comprehensive guide to the essentials of vermouth – grape varieties, production, varieties, botanicals, spirit and sugar, and go into great detail about the history of Australian vermouth in particular. It will include botanical profiles of both indigenous and traditional plants from Tim Entwistle, botanist at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Melbourne. It will cover all aspects of wormwood: the key ingredient in making vermouth, including medicinal and historical uses, where it is found and its botanical significance. How to Drink will cover the many different ways to serve, drink and store vermouth. Chapters will cover Vermouth Neat, Vermouth in Spring, Vermouth in Summer, Vermouth in Autumn and Vermouth in Winter, as well as Bitter Edge of Vermouth, Stirred & Up, Vermouth Party and After Dinner. These chapters will be more recipe-focused, and include 10–15 recipes per chapter, drawing from each season's specific botanicals and how these work with different vermouths. Each season will also include a related food recipe.
Vermouth has a rich history, deeply intertwined with that of America, and this book offers the first-ever detailed look into the background of this aromatized, fortified wine, as well as vermouth's rise, fall, and comeback in America.
Author: Adam Ford
Publisher: National Geographic Books
Previously fallen from grace, vermouth is once again the next big thing in spirits. Over the years, vermouth has fallen from grace, but the truth is, without vermouth, your martini is merely an iced vodka or gin. Now, once again, vermouth is being touted as the hottest trend in spirits. It is showing up in copious amounts on the best cocktail menus in the best cocktail lounges around the country. Vermouth has a rich history, deeply intertwined with that of America, and this book offers the first-ever detailed look into the background of this aromatized, fortified wine, as well as vermouth's rise, fall, and comeback in America.
This book will take you on a botanical journey of discovery and teach you not only how to make your own vermouth, but also how to use it in your cooking, from vermouth-braised red cabbage to Negroni Bara Brith, along with plenty of food and ...
Author: Jack Adair Bevan
Publisher: Hachette UK
'An essential addition to your library' Russell Norman 'A genuine ode, written with style and substance in equal measure' Gill Meller 'A joy filled double whammy. Great drinks require as much artistry as food and this book proves the case mightily.' Jeremy Lee Vermouth is currently experiencing a revival, and we can't seem to get enough of it. In A Spirited Guide to Vermouth, Jack Adair Bevan celebrates this versatile drink and its botanicals, drawing out vermouth's history and its delicate herbal flavours with recipes for cocktails, and some food to accompany them. As an award-winning food and drink writer, and one of the first restaurateurs to make his own vermouth, Jack Adair Bevan is the perfect guide through vermouth's rich history and recent resurgence. As well as Jack's original recipes, A Spirited Guide to Vermouth also contains recipes contributed from the likes of Russell Norman, Olia Hercules, Gill Meller and Jeremy Lee. With cocktails ranging from a Toasted Nut Boulevardier to a Perfect Manhattan, and from a Blood Orange Vermouth and Tonic to a Rosemary Bijou, the book also has dedicated sections exploring classics such as the Martini and the Negroni. This book will take you on a botanical journey of discovery and teach you not only how to make your own vermouth, but also how to use it in your cooking, from vermouth-braised red cabbage to Negroni Bara Brith, along with plenty of food and drink recipes to accompany the aperitivo hour.
VERMOUTH Many of the cocktails in this book include vermouth . Here are those recipes in which vermouth is the principal ingredient . Vermouths are wine - based apéritif drinks flavoured with an infinite variety of herbs and other plant ...
Author: Ned Halley
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions
Category: Alcoholic beverages
Over 1,500 recipes, with revealing anecdotes about many of the cocktails, and generous sprinklings of apposite quotations, risque jokes and little curiosities.
Herbed Vermouth Dressing 1/4 teaspoon dry mustard powder In a small bowl , whisk dry mustard , salt , 1/4 teaspoon salt pepper , brown sugar and grapeseed oil 1/2 teaspoon black pepper until well blended . Add vermouth and 1/2 teaspoon ...
Author: Janice Murfitt
Collects over one hundred recipes for dressings, including yogurt-, sour cream-, oil-and-vinegar-, and soft cheese-based concoctions, plus a variety of marinades for meat, fish, poultry, vegetables,and fruit
The two broad styles of vermouth we call for in this book are: VERMOUTH 101 • DRY VERMOUTH: As the name suggests, these vermouths have a very low sugar content, and they will typically have a pale straw hue. • SWEET VERMOUTH: This style ...
Author: Brett Adams
Publisher: Chronicle Books
An accessible guide to building a home bar one bottle at a time, this book gives readers tools for mixing fantastic cocktails without investing time and money in niche single-use ingredients. There's a basic cocktail formula for building a bar that is anything but ordinary. Spirit + Sugar + Acidity/Bitterness = Tasty Cocktail Instead of drawing on esoteric bottles of liquor, complicated syrups, and obscure sodas, this book takes readers through the home bar bottle by bottle, ensuring that every ingredient is versatile enough to be used to the last drop. Building on a very basic cocktail pantry, each chapter thoughtfully introduces a new bottle and explains how it opens new possibilities for cocktails. Each chapter builds on the one before, so readers never encounter recipes calling for unfamiliar spirits or ingredients. RAISING THE BAR allows readers to set their own pace and maximize the usefulness of the spirits they bring home. This book will be a go-to reference for the home bartender that is practical enough for the day-to-day and special enough for a party. With handsome graphics and a smart focus on what's already in stock, it's what home mixologists can turn to when they want creative and delightful drinks without a bar cart full of single-use bottles. Perfect for: Those new to cocktail making looking for accessible, easy-to-mix cocktails Cocktail and entertaining enthusiasts, Anyone wanting inspiration on how to set up a well-stocked bar at home
Its relationship with vermouth went from a full-on partnership (first with the sweet/Italian and then the dry/French style) to that of a longtime colleague who has moved to the sister office across town and whom you only see at the ...
Author: Frank Caiafa
Essential for the home bar cocktail enthusiast and the professional bartender alike “The textbook for a new generation.” —Jeffrey Morgenthaler, author of The Bar Book “A true classic in its own right . . . that will be used as a reference for the next 100 years and more.” —Gaz Regan, author of The Joy of Mixology 2017 JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION BOOK AWARD NOMINEE: BEVERAGE 2017 SPIRITED AWARD® NOMINEE: BEST NEW COCKTAIL & BARTENDING BOOK Frank Caiafa—bar manager of the legendary Peacock Alley bar in the Waldorf Astoria—stirs in recipes, history, and how-to while serving up a heady mix of the world’s greatest cocktails. Learn to easily prepare pre-Prohibition classics such as the original Manhattan, or daiquiris just as Hemingway preferred them. Caiafa also introduces his own award-winning creations, including the Cole Porter, an enhanced whiskey sour named for the famous Waldorf resident. Each recipe features tips and variations along with notes on the drink’s history, so you can master the basics, then get adventurous—and impress fellow drinkers with fascinating cocktail trivia. The book also provides advice on setting up your home bar and scaling up your favorite recipe for a party. Since it first opened in 1893, the Waldorf Astoria New York has been one of the world’s most iconic hotels, and Peacock Alley its most iconic bar. Whether you’re a novice who’s never adventured beyond a gin and tonic or an expert looking to expand your repertoire, The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book is the only cocktail guide you need on your shelf.
Maxim's Chicago served many of the same dishes as its Parisian counterpart, including this popular butter-poached sole, seasoned lightly with vermouth and fresh herbs. If sole is unavailable, flounder makes a good substitute.
Author: Jaya Saxena
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Enjoy Celebrated Recipes from Top Hotels and Restaurants of Their Era Discover amazing signature recipes lost to time from the most fashionable hotels and restaurants of bygone times. Part vintage nostalgia, part history tour, but all great food, the recipes—often inseparable from their legendary haunts—were meticulously researched and reconstructed by author Jaya Saxena for this unique cookbook. Now you can experience the legendary institutions of the American restaurant landscape from coast to coast, including the M&L Chopped Liver at New York’s Moskowitz & Lupowitz and the Baked Cannelloni at Paoli’s in San Francisco. Find delight in the Blintzes from Ashkenaz’s Deli in Chicago or the Fried Fish Cakes and Famous Baked Beans at Horn & Hardart Automat in Philadelphia. Bring the glamour, elegance and taste home with this beautiful collection of historic recipes.
Martini Mixologie In what I subsequently came to think of as my aesthetic period, during my early and mid-twenties, I used to serve a seven-to-one martini of Beefeater gin and Noilly Prat vermouth, stirred with large ice cubes and then ...
Author: Thomas Klausmann
The ESSENTIALS Collection tells the story of transformation of all things gorgeous and delicious in our culinary life. Meditations on our daily food and where it comes from.
MARTINEZ COCKTAIL MARTINI COCKTAIL 1888 1 ounce of Ransom Old Tom gin 2 ounces of Martini & Rossi sweet vermouth 2 dashes ... Johnson used Italian sweet vermouth because he listed simply vermouth in his inventory earlier in the book .
Author: Dale DeGroff
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
The renowned cocktail bible, fully revised and updated by the legendary bartender who set off the cocktail craze—featuring over 100 brand-new recipes, all-new photography, and an up-to-date history of the cocktail. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION The Craft of the Cocktail was the first real cookbook for cocktails when it first published in 2002, and it has had a remarkable influence on bartending. With this new edition, the original gets a delicious update, bringing expertise from Dale DeGroff, the father of craft cocktails, to the modern bar for a new generation of cocktail enthusiasts. The beloved histories, culture, tips, and tricks are back but all are newly revised, and DeGroff's favorite liquor recommendations are included so you know which gin or bourbon will mix just right.