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King of Denmark

I’ve been saving this cocktail recipe for a while, even though it contains Pernod.

I don’t remember why I even have Pernod in my liquor cabinet, because I don’t like it. 548 more words

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safifer reblogged this on A Single Serving and commented:

As a fan of Pernod, both to drink and to in cooking (you can't make bouillabaisse without it can you?), I found  this while browsing the Chef Mimi blog. There's stuff here about Pernod that I didn't know--but am pleased to know. So here's Chef Mimi's post on The King of Denmark reblogged, but you should go check out this blog for other recipes and good stuff.  (This post has made me want to see if I can find the absinthe version.)

King of Denmark

I’ve been saving this cocktail recipe for a while, even though it contains Pernod.

I don’t remember why I even have Pernod in my liquor cabinet, because I don’t like it. 548 more words

Recipes

The Tuxedo

Proposed By: David

Reviewed By: Jonathan

This week’s cocktail comes from Harry Johnson’s Bartenders’ Manual, the first version published in 1882. You can still buy the book on… 952 more words

Cocktailians

What to drink when you're down for the count

The first time I fell – and I mean really fell – I was eighteen and volunteering rebuilding hiking trails at a state park in Tennessee.   734 more words

Gin

Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Bloody Beginning

So yesterday I went to an event called “Speakeasy Dollhouse”. It was a prohibition era murder mystery themed immersive theatre event, and it’s safe to say it was THE coolest thing I have ever done in my life. 914 more words

NYC

Oysters and Absinthe. A Dauntless Valentine’s

The mystique associated with absinthe has long captivated many of our most radical artists, eccentric musicians and deepest philosophers. Each one, although they may have been considered ludicrous in their time, were true genius’ of their art form—Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, Vincent Van Gogh and Oscar Wilde, to name a few. 367 more words

TASTERS AND TEASERS

Vienna Waits for Me

The drive to Vienna was short and sweet (minus the church filled with skeletal remains).

There was an included Austrian dinner and then, since it is Friday, we decided to paint the town red. 774 more words