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by David Wondrich

Author: David Wondrich
Subcategory: Beverages & Wine
Language: English
Publisher: TarcherPerigee; 1st Edition edition (November 2, 2010)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Cooking
Rating: 4.5
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Wondrich peels punch's image off the sticky fraternity house floor and reinstates it into the more dignified annals of drinking tradition. It's fair to say there's nobody in the country who knows more about drinking than David Wondrich.

Wondrich peels punch's image off the sticky fraternity house floor and reinstates it into the more dignified annals of drinking tradition. Punch stays true to the antique, but by no means staid, spirit of its old timey, ing-illustrated subject matter, while somehow managing to keep current, relevant, and fresh. A rollickingly fun read.

It is a tale only David Wondrich can tell-and it is sure to delight, amuse, and inspire the mixologist and party-planner in everyone. David Wondrich is one of the world’s foremost authorities on cocktails and their history. Dr. Wondrich holds a P. in comparative literature, and is a founding member of The Museum of the American Cocktail and a partner in Beverage Alcohol Resource, the world’s first advanced education program in spirits and cocktails.

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Then David Wondrich printed his second book (or the second book I'm aware of, to follow Imbibe) called Punch: The Delights (and Dangers) of. .

Then David Wondrich printed his second book (or the second book I'm aware of, to follow Imbibe) called Punch: The Delights (and Dangers) of the Flowing Bowl. A historical biography of punch complete with recipes and techniques for the Punch enthusiast. It’s not the limp and insipid bowl that many of us remember our parents putting out at family functions of our youth nor is it the garbage pail full of rotgut and super-sweetened fruit juice from our college days. Instead it’s a civilized (provided one is not over-served) and serious drink put out to foster convivial group libations.

David Wondrich, one of New York’s most revered cocktail authorities, brings a little sociology and anthropology to his mixology.

Punch, the Drink of Dickens, Redeemed. David Wondrich, one of New York’s most revered cocktail authorities, brings a little sociology and anthropology to his mixology.

An Authoritative, historically informed tribute to the punch bowl, by the James Beard Award-winning . It is a tale only David Wondrich can tell-and it is sure to delight, amuse, and inspire the mixologist and party-planner in everyone. Additional information.

An Authoritative, historically informed tribute to the punch bowl, by the James Beard Award-winning author of Imbibe!.

An Authoritative, historically informed tribute to the punch bowl, by the James Beard Award-winning author of Imbibe!

An Authoritative, historically informed tribute to the punch bowl, by the James Beard Award-winning author of Imbibe!. Replete with historical anecdotes, expert observations, notes on technique and ingredients, and of course world-class recipes, Punch will take readers on a celebratory journey into the punch bowl that starts with some very lonely British sailors and swells to include a cast of lords and ladies, admirals, kings, presidents, poets

With numerous books and countless articles under his belt, the cocktail historian and author of Punch: The Delights (and Dangers) of the . So in that respect it was definitely at the forefront of the concept of a mixed drink

Imbibe: How did your love affair with cocktails and spirits begin? David Wondrich: Desperation. So in that respect it was definitely at the forefront of the concept of a mixed drink. Also, I was shocked to learn that the English were not among the first to drink spirits, but the last. That really blew my mind because I know a lot of English people and boy, do they drink spirits. Tarcherperigee, Penguin Publishing Group.

Punch gets its turn with the release of David Wondrich's Punch: The Delights and Dangers of the Flaming Bowl, a fascinating . A boy in a small boat sailed the gentle waves of punch, doling out cups of the stuff to guests.

Punch gets its turn with the release of David Wondrich's Punch: The Delights and Dangers of the Flaming Bowl, a fascinating and stylish entry into the food history genre. Wondrich, who may have the best job ever as Drinks Correspondent for Esquire (even though he did invent that title), has set about to rehabilitate the image of punch, not as the sticky, sweet stuff of after-school snacks or the liquid panty-remover of frat parties, but as the original cocktail. The thirsty crowd waded into the sea of punch and slurped it up until the fountain was dry.

An Authoritative, historically informed tribute to the punch bowl, by the James Beard Award-winning author of Imbibe!. Replete with historical anecdotes, expert observations, notes on technique and ingredients, and of course world-class recipes, Punch will take readers on a celebratory journey into the punch bowl that starts with some very lonely British sailors and swells to include a cast of lords and ladies, admirals, kings, presidents, poets, pirates, novelists, spies, and other colorful characters. It is a tale only David Wondrich can tell-and it is sure to delight, amuse, and inspire the mixologist and party-planner in everyone.