Beer, likely the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage, is brewed from many different grains in a wide range of styles. Though often enjoyed straight, many have distinctive flavors that work well in mixed drinks. Those featured in this book were selected for their particular attributes, from bitter to spicy to creamy to citrusy.
Around the world, fermented grapes and other fruits are transformed into countless different types of wine. Those featured in this book represent many notable styles—dry, sparkling, aromatized—each one carefully selected to enhance a particular cocktail with its unique taste, texture and terroir.
Distilled, unsweetened alcoholic beverages, known as “spirits,” have the highest alcohol content. They vary widely in flavor depending on whether they are made from fermented grain, fruit or vegetables, and how they are aged.
I’ll never look at pizza the same again... I had an eye opening experience today in the “Roots of Pizza: Flatbreads of the Middle East” class at King Arthur Flour with guest instructor Andrew Janjigian, Sr Editor Cook's Illustrated. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Pizza originated in the Middle East and was brought to Rome by the Greeks... who knew? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: 1. Lamajun, 2.Khatchapuri, 3. Pide ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #kingarthurflour #flatbread #pizza #middleeast #baking ... See MoreSee Less
Mark’s NEW cocktail book is an invitation to join him as he dresses up twelve cocktails in twelve unique variations for 144 signature takes on the classics. For a limited time, you can have author Mark Addison customize a bookplate to make your gift unique and personal. To customize your order, please write your desired […]
The Cocktail Chameleon International Book Tour kicks off in Aug in NYC and the Hamptons and continues across the country and across The Pond through January 2018 *Signed copies of Cocktail Chameleon are only available online or at a Book Tour Event – click here for a full list of 2017 events