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by Jessica B. Harris

Download Rum Drinks: 50 Caribbean Cocktails, From Cuba Libre to Rum Daisy eBook
ISBN:
0811866998
Author:
Jessica B. Harris
Category:
Beverages & Wine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Chronicle Books (January 27, 2010)
Pages:
168 pages
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1233 kb
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1627 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
469


Jessica B. Harris is a food and travel writer, culinary historian, and author of 9 cookbooks. The rum drinks are pretty simple and familiar.

Jessica B. She lives in Brooklyn, Martha's Vineyard, and New Orleans. Tara Donne is a food and travel photographer living in Brooklyn, New York. Most of the flavors were also pretty simple, which didn't always work out well; the balance of the flavors in the pina colada seemed off, for example. The coquito tasted delightful, but many people aren't going to want to risk raw eggs; since there are ways to make such drinks safer without ruining their fundamental textures and flavors, a few words on how to do this would have been a nice addition.

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Consisting of recipes for 50 classic and contemporary Caribbean rum cocktails, this book is interspersed with recipes for appetizers and snacks, as well as personal narratives from the author's experience in the Caribbean. ISBN13:9780811866996. Release Date:January 2010.

Consists of 50 recipes of the classic and contemporary Caribbean rum cocktails, interspersed with recipes for appetizers and snacks and personal narratives from the author's .

Consists of 50 recipes of the classic and contemporary Caribbean rum cocktails, interspersed with recipes for appetizers and snacks and personal narratives from the author's experience in the Caribbean.

The rum drinks are pretty simple and familiar. In these cases, I think Rum Drinks would be an excellent choice. As a way to explore a wide variety of new things, however, it fell a bit short.

More than a cocktail book, Rum Drinks is your ultimate rum resource, including salty tales from a history of the sugar trade to the sparkly heydey of the Cuba Libre an island-by-island listing of Caribbean rums, and a guide to great rum bars all over the world.

More than a cocktail book, Rum Drinks is your ultimate rum resource, including salty talesfrom a history of the sugar trade to the sparkly heydey of the Cuba Librean island-by-island listing of Caribbean rums, With recipes for 40 of the Caribbean's classic and contemporary cocktails and 15 traditional snacks to accompany them, Rum Drinks provides a tropical taste vacation. Harris Chronicle Books2009. From piña coladas to rum and coconut water, the fruit of the coco palm seems a natural pairing with the elixir of the cane reed. Here is a different twist on the rum and coconut theme-one that can be made in a larger quantity and kept on the sideboard or the bar until ready to serve.

More than a cocktail book, Rum Drinks is your ultimate rum resource, including salty tales-from a history of the sugar trade to the sparkly heydey of the Cuba Libre-an island-by-island listing of Caribbean rums, and a guide to great rum bars all over the world.

With recipes for 40 of the Caribbean's classic and contemporary cocktails and 15 traditional snacks to accompany them, Rum Drinks provides a tropical taste vacation. More than a cocktail book, Rum Drinks is your ultimate rum resource, including salty talesfrom a history of the sugar trade to the sparkly heydey of the Cuba Librean island-by-island listing of Caribbean rums, and a guide to great rum bars all over the world.
  • Tane
This is an informative book. Contains a lot more info than I expected.
  • Endieyab
Fun and delicious cocktail options.
  • Arlana
The layout is good, made a bit of a mixologist out of myself. Some drinks are more trouble than their worth. Overall a good book, especially when entertaining guests or making a good impression on someone.
  • LoboThommy
Guess what I'm drinking this summer?
  • Rainpick
The rum drinks are pretty simple and familiar. Most of the flavors were also pretty simple, which didn't always work out well; the balance of the flavors in the pina colada seemed off, for example. The coquito tasted delightful, but many people aren't going to want to risk raw eggs; since there are ways to make such drinks safer without ruining their fundamental textures and flavors, a few words on how to do this would have been a nice addition. Many of the recipes suggest the use of rums that will be difficult to obtain in most areas.

All of the above is just fine if it happens to suit your needs. For example, perhaps you just love rum and want to be able to make every last known rum drink. Perhaps you live somewhere that sells all those delightful rum variations, and you want guidance on how to make use of them. In these cases, I think Rum Drinks would be an excellent choice. As a way to explore a wide variety of new things, however, it fell a bit short.

The foods chapter is rather nice. Again, most of it is simple fare you can throw together easily to go with drinks, and normally I'd expect to see some of these recipes written up as two-line suggestions on a list (such as bacon-wrapped pickled watermelon or coconut crisps). On the other hand, this book does have the best fried chicken recipe I've yet tried, and also the only fried chicken recipe I've yet seen that has you marinate the chicken before coating and frying it.

The book itself is lovely. It's colorful, includes beautiful pictures here and there, and has a clear and easy-to-read layout.

[NOTE: review book (published 2009) courtesy of publisher]
  • Mataxe
Jessica Harris is a food history buff who loves to party. Delicious recipes and delicious details you will never learn in school. Have a smart, hip and authentic cocktail party with Jessica's help and good taste.
  • Xellerlu
Great book!!! If you like Rum you will love this book! Easy directions great tasting drinks!