Beachbum Berry's Grog Log



➶ [Read] ➲ Beachbum Berry's Grog Log By Jeff Beachbum Berry ➾ – E17streets4all.co.uk Tiki bar mixology is a lost art but the Grog Log rescues it A twenty page introduction traces the history of Polynesian Pop, then teaches you everything you need to know about how to make the Grog Log Tiki bar mixology is a lost art but the Grog Log rescues it A twenty page introduction traces the history of Polynesian Pop, then teaches you everything you need to know about how to make the Grog Log s eighty Beachbum Berry's Epub / tropical drink recipies Many of these recipies have never before been published anywhere including vintage lost recipies by Don the Beachcomber, Trader Vic, and long gone Polynesian restaurants from the island of Manhattan to the islands of Hawaii Profusely illustrated with vintage tiki menu graphics from theand s, with cover art by famed Exotica artist Bosko As John Glenn was orbiting the earth for the first time, his fellow Americans were deep into the long lived craze known as tiki This gaudy life style package a blend of Polynesian kitsch, fake island food and lethal rum drinks began in the lates and earlys with Los Angeles restaurants like Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic s, and gradually spread to the suburban patio before fizzling out in the earlys It s back, of course Jeff Berry and Annene Kaye, serious students of tiki, have compiled a serious tiki cocktail book, Beachbum Berry s Grog Log Inspiral bound pages adorned with tiki illustrations, the authors have ranged far and wide to gather classic Polynesian fakes, like the Fog Cutter from Trader Vic s, the Missionary s Downfall from Don the Beachcomber and the Sidewinder s Fang from the Lanai Restaurant in San Mateo, Calif They have even managed to unearth Manhattan tiki cocktails, like the Hawaiian Room, served at the old Hotel Lexington in thes, and the Headhunter, served at the Hawaii Kai in thes The authors have also come up with their own tiki inspired originals, like Hell in the Pacificproof Demerara rum, lime juice, maraschino liqueur and grenadine , and the Waikikian light Puerto Rican Rum, dark Jamaican rum, lemon juice, curaao and orgeat syrup It s no longer possible to eat Tonga Tabu Native Drum Steak, which was a featured menu item at the now defunct Islander in Beverly Hills from the ovens of the ancient goddess of Bora Bora, Pele, Mistress of Flame , but you can shake up a Shark s Tooth or a Shrunken Skull As Mr Berry and Ms Kaye see it, they are giving the country the perfect drink book for the age of malaise If we re going to feel like zombies, they write in their preface, we may as well be drinking them review in SIPS.Beachbum Berry's Grog Log

One of Imbibe magazine s Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century and one of The Daily Meal s Coolest People in Food Drink, Jeff Beachbum Berry is the author of six books on vintage Tiki drinks Beachbum Berry's Epub / and cuisine, which Los Angeles magazine dubbed the keys to the tropical kingdom Esquire calls him one of the instigators of the cocktail revolution and Food Wine one of the world s leading rum experts, while Las Vegas magazine cites him as one of the world s leading mixologists Jeff s been profiled in the New York Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, Wine Enthusiast magazine, the New Orleans Times Picayune and the Florida Sun Sentinel he s also been featured in the Wall Street Journal and Every Day with Rachael Ray, as well as on PBS Television, the Travel Channel, National Public Radio, and Martha Stewart Living Radio A hybrid of street smart gumshoe, anthropologist and mixologist The Los Angeles Times and the Indiana Jones of Tiki drinks The New York Times , Jeff has co created Total Tiki for iPad and iPhone, a drink recipe app which Macworld magazine calls beautifully rendered and, thanks to Berry s tireless reporting, impeccably sourced He s also co created a line of Tiki barware with Cocktail Kingdom, which Imbibe hails as especially notable because it revives old styles of essential glassware that were previously almost impossible to find Jeff s original cocktail recipes have been printed in publications around the world, from Bon Appetit and Fine Cooking magazines to such books as World s Best Cocktails and the venerable Mr Boston Official Bartenders Guide And now his drinks are being served at his restaurant in New Orleans, Beachbum Berry s Latitude , which the New Orleans Advocate calls a treasure chest of the tastes and attitude that first made Tiki so popular, curated by someone uniquely qualified for the task in its first year, Latitude made the best lists of Playboy, Esquire, and New Orleans magazinesJeff has written for Saveur and Caribbean Travel Life magazines, and has conducted tropical drink seminars and tastings across the US Europe, and Latin America.

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader menu graphics from theand s, with cover art by famed Exotica artist Bosko As John Glenn was orbiting the earth for the first time, his fellow Americans were deep into the long lived craze known as tiki This gaudy life style package a blend of Polynesian kitsch, fake island food and lethal rum drinks began in the lates and earlys with Los Angeles restaurants like Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic s, and gradually spread to the suburban patio before fizzling out in the earlys It s back, of course Jeff Berry and Annene Kaye, serious students of tiki, have compiled a serious tiki cocktail book, Beachbum Berry s Grog Log Inspiral bound pages adorned with tiki illustrations, the authors have ranged far and wide to gather classic Polynesian fakes, like the Fog Cutter from Trader Vic s, the Missionary s Downfall from Don the Beachcomber and the Sidewinder s Fang from the Lanai Restaurant in San Mateo, Calif They have even managed to unearth Manhattan tiki cocktails, like the Hawaiian Room, served at the old Hotel Lexington in thes, and the Headhunter, served at the Hawaii Kai in thes The authors have also come up with their own tiki inspired originals, like Hell in the Pacificproof Demerara rum, lime juice, maraschino liqueur and grenadine , and the Waikikian light Puerto Rican Rum, dark Jamaican rum, lemon juice, curaao and orgeat syrup It s no longer possible to eat Tonga Tabu Native Drum Steak, which was a featured menu item at the now defunct Islander in Beverly Hills from the ovens of the ancient goddess of Bora Bora, Pele, Mistress of Flame , but you can shake up a Shark s Tooth or a Shrunken Skull As Mr Berry and Ms Kaye see it, they are giving the country the perfect drink book for the age of malaise If we re going to feel like zombies, they write in their preface, we may as well be drinking them review in SIPS."/>
  • Spiral-bound
  • 96 pages
  • Beachbum Berry's Grog Log
  • Jeff Beachbum Berry
  • English
  • 13 October 2017
  • 0943151201

10 thoughts on “Beachbum Berry's Grog Log

  1. says:

    Great bits of information on the history of those wonderful tiki drinks, excellent guides to the ingredients, and a detailed breakdown of rums necessary when trying out the recipes in this book My only complaint is the number of printing errors Some words are cut off by graphics, some sentences are not complete, and some words have been printed as a bullet followed by the last few letters of the word Proof readers, printers, and editorsCOME ON You should be ashamed of the job you ve don Great bits of information on the history of those wonderful tiki drinks, excellent guides to the ingredients, and a detailed breakdown of rums necessary when trying out the recipes in this book My only complaint is the number of printing errors Some words are cut off by graphics, some sentences are not complete, and some words have been printed as a bullet followed by the last few letters of the word Proof readers, printers, and editorsCOME ON You should be ashamed of the job you ve done I swear this was printed by someone who tried too many of the tiki drink recipes

  2. says:

    This is a great cocktail cookbook I love tiki drinks and this one is a history of tiki drinks The tiki drink hay day was in the 40s through 60s This book not only gives the recipe but also gives a brief history of the bartender who created it and the bar at which it was created It also provides a very useful explanation of the various rums that are used and how each are different.

  3. says:

    Some great unique recipes, but I like a littlehistory in my cocktail books Recipes for falernum and other hard to find specialty ingredients would have made this book perfect It s a must have if you re interested in tiki drinks, but regardless it is very much worth the 10 list price.

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