The Clever Bastard’s Guide to Entertaining Book
Baby Boomer’s Perspective
Special Section For Baby Boomers
Nibbles and Appetizers (The Starters)
The Classic Meat Dishes
Fish and Seafood Selections
Pure Comfort Food
Decadent Desserts and Sweets
Recipe Hints Before You Begin
Sous Vide and Shrink Wrapping
Mellow Out With A Sipping Liquor
How To Mix A Perfect Martini
The Dirty Martini (and make it filthy)
Old Fashioned Cocktail
Bloody Mary Cocktail
Mezcal Old Fashioned
Margarita (Made With Fresh Ingredients)
The Hemingway Special Daiquiri
Gin and Tonic
Have a SPANISH Gin and Tonic
One For The Road? How About An Espresso.
What About The Wine?
An Introductory Primer On Wine
Wine – It Just Tastes So Damn Good
How Much Should I Spend On Wine?
The Importance Of Pairing Wine With Food
Review: Classic Rock And Australian Shiraz
Review: Meiomi Rose – A Sexy Wine
Wine Tasting Evaluation Sheet
Alcohol – Responsibilities And Liabilities
Background Music For A Dinner Party
Upping Your Social Quotient
Other Hosting Opportunities
Prepare An Intimate Dinner Just For Her
Woo Her In The Wilderness
Putting Food On The Table (Essays)
Putting Food On The Table – Fishing
Putting Food On The Table – Upland Game
Putting Food On The Table – Aunt Emma
Putting Food On The Table – Truffles
Putting Food On The Table – Cooking Indoors
Having a “Boston Legal” Moment (Cigars)
The Wait Staff And Dining Out
Food, Love, and Tango – A Trinity of Passions
Cookbooks As Non-fiction
Putting Pizazz In Your Hosting
Scrimp For The Luxuries
Gin and Tonic
Step Aside Coffee!
This Is A Job For Gin.
And like yourself, gin can be
uncomplicated, or it can be complex.
1.5 oz. of your favorite gin
3-4 oz. of tonic
Add to a glass ½ full of ice,
And you are seconds away towards a solution.
IT’S MILLER TIME:
The Sweet and Sour Gin and Tonic
1 oz. Rose’s Sweetened Lime Juice
1/2 oz. of homemade sweetened lime juice
1/2 oz. of lemon juice
2 shakes of bitters
2 oz. of your best gin (pick your poison)
3-4 oz. of Fevertree tonic (no substitutions)
Add all of the above to a glass half full of ice.
And stick a sprig of Rosemary in the glass,
So, when you are sipping from the glass,
It pokes you in the nose.
We consider each of our guests to be special. We want to give your drink the special attention you deserve, because ‘in all the gin joints in all of the world, you have walked into ours.’ And we will do our best to try to make things better.