The Big Book Of Martinis For Moms

Author: Rose Maura Lorre
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440556695
Size: 54.74 MB
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More than 175 martinis just for moms! You're at every game, performance, and practice. You weather colds, flus, and strep throat better than anyone. You can finish a diorama in two hours flat. Isn't it time you had your own happy hour? Filled with more than 175 refreshing martini recipes, this collection gives you a reason to take a seat and just unwind. Featuring simple instructions that can be done in a matter of minutes, you will: Relax tubside with a Bathtub Gin(ger). Relish the view of a spotless bedroom with a Hurricane Martini in hand. Savor bedtime with a Relaxing Tea Martini. Reward yourself with a Cucumber Martini after getting the kids to eat their veggies. Celebrate fitting into your skinny jeans with a Thin Gin. With The Big Book of Martinis for Moms, you'll always have the perfect answer for every joy and accomplishment motherhood has to offer!

The Little Black Book Of Martinis

Author: Nannette Stone
Publisher: Peter Pauper Press, Inc.
ISBN: 9781441300171
Size: 80.93 MB
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Get acquainted with the classic cocktail of James Bond, speakeasies, and three-martini lunches (not recommended!). This ''Essential Guide to the King of Cocktails'' serves up the lore and allure of the martini, garnished with pithy quotations and etiquette tips. More than 80 recipes will satisfy both purists and the playful. Covers martini history, the well-equipped martini bar, recipes, and the morning after. The perfect book for every imbiber!

101 Martinis

Author: Kim Haasarud
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544189264
Size: 12.46 MB
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"Kim Haasarud's culinary approach to the cocktail embraces fresh ingredients and a playful disregard for the ordinary. A fine addition to the home library and a great resource for a young bartender." --Dale DeGroff, author of The Craft of the Cocktail

The Ultimate Little Martini Book

Author: Ray Foley
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1402257368
Size: 68.27 MB
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"Ray Foley is known as the bartender's bartender. Leave it to him to take the mystery out of mixology!" -Legendary spirits master, author, and marketer Michel Roux Bartenders don't rely on just anyone to create the most classic American drink. They turn to Bartender Magazine, published by thirty-year industry veteran Ray Foley, trusted by more than 150,000 barkeeps. Now, you can get your martinis straight from the top-from Bartender and the best mix masters across America. From sophisticated to fun, this is the only martini book you'll ever need.

Tini Bigs Big Martinis

Author: Keith Robbins
Publisher: Documentary Media Llc
ISBN: 9780971908482
Size: 36.17 MB
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The martini has an enduring allure, especiallythe unabashedly large martinis served at TiniBigs, Seattle's classic corner lounge. Tini Bigsis now sharing the recipes for its fifty mostrequested martini cocktails, beautifullyphotographed by Angie Norwood Browne.Not only will you be able to re-create yourfavorite Tini Bigs big martini at home,but you will also get a taste of the socialscene that makes Tini Bigs famous, withspirited art photography by award-winningstill photographer Jaimie Trueblood anda foreword by acclaimed Seattle mysterywriter G.M. Ford.

The Three Martini Playdate

Author: Christie Mellor
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452116547
Size: 24.29 MB
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Parents were here first! How did the kids suddenly take control? Sure the world has changed from the days when children were supposed to be seen and not heardbut things have gotten a little out of hand. What about some quality time for the grownups? Author Christie Mellor's hilarious, personal, refreshing, and actually quite useful advice delightfully rights the balance between parent and child. In dozens of short, wickedly funny chapters, she skewers today's parental absurdities and reminds us how to make child-rearing a kick. With recipes, helpful hints, and illustrations, this high-spirited book is the only book parents will really needand enjoy.

Wry Martinis

Author: Christopher Buckley
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0307799875
Size: 61.98 MB
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n the most inebriating humor book of the year, the author of Steaming to Bamboola and The White House Mess goes straight for the funny bone with essays and mischief that includes such gems of gullibility as the pope's appearance on Oprah, O.J. Simpson's search for a new apartment, the true story behind Whitewater, and so much more. Illustrations. From the Hardcover edition.

Martini Book

Author: Sally Ann Berk
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal
ISBN: 1603763570
Size: 26.66 MB
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The Martini Book includes dozens of delicious new recipes and even more useful information on creating flawless versions of our most popular and enduring cocktail. It's classic, sublime, and America's favorite indulgence? the martini. As the symbol for sophistication and "cool," it stands alone. The traditional "dry martini," made with gin and a hint of vermouth, may be the starting point but The Martini Book takes it to the next level, offering hundreds of modern twists in addition to the tried and true original. Make no mistake, the classic versions of the drink are here, complete with tips for making them perfectly every time. But for those who are more adventurous or looking to expand their drink repertoire, new recipes include the Flirtini, the GreenTeani, the Frosty Mango Martini, the Ginger Snap Martini, and many, many more. There is also practical information on stirring and shaking, a list of essential bar tools (including glassware), and a list of must-have ingredients for any home bar.

Mermaids Martinis

Author: Hilary Pereira
Publisher: Dunham Group
ISBN: 9780985135911
Size: 52.23 MB
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Don't host a party-host a memory. Everyone loves to throw the perfect party-the one all your friends talk about. Today, everyone is searching for ways to save and still do the things they love in a big way, and almost everyone is craving for creative ideas and solutions to celebrate their lives in a big way-on a tiny budget. New York party-planner Hilary Pereira has happily played hostess and rolled out the red carpet for celebrities such as Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Kanye West, Josh Duhamel, Helen Hunt, Vanessa Carlton, Allison Krauss, Helena Christensen, Jane Krakowski, John Legend, Nigel Barker and Danity Kane-just to name a few. And as much as she loves hosting wonderful parties for celebrities, her favorite fetes are the ones she hosts for family and friends. Mermaids & Martinis is a book to teach you creative ways to economize, but also to remember to turn your party into a memory. You may be asking yourself: Why a Mermaid? Look no further than this quote from Louisa May Alcott to capture the essence of our main character: She was one of those happily created beings who please without effort, make friends everywhere and take life so gracefully and easily that less fortunate souls are tempted to believe that such are born under a lucky star.

Hillbilly Gothic

Author: Adrienne Martini
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780743293532
Size: 13.33 MB
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"My family has a grand tradition. After a woman gives birth, she goes mad. I thought that I would be the one to escape." So begins Adrienne Martini's candid, compelling, and darkly humorous history of her family's and her own experiences with depression and postpartum syndrome. Illuminating depression from the inside, Martini delves unflinchingly into her own breakdown and institutionalization and traces the multigenerational course of this devastating problem. Moving back and forth between characters and situations, she vividly portrays the isolation -- geographical and metaphorical -- of the Appalachia of her forebears and the Western Pennsylvania region where she grew up. She also weaves in the stories of other women, both contemporary and historic, who have dealt with postpartum depression in all its guises, from fleeting "baby blues" to full-blown psychosis. Serious as her subject is, Martini's narrative is unfailingly engaging and filled with witty, wry observations on the complications of new motherhood: "It's like getting the best Christmas gift ever, but Santa decided to kick the crap out of you before you unwrapped it." New mothers and those who have struggled with parenthood -- whether or not they dealt with depression -- will find affirmation in this story of triumph, of escape from a difficult legacy, of hope for others, and of the courage to have another baby.