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Thank goodness it’s Friday. I seriously didn’t think I could take anymore of this week. Luckily, we have cocktails! This is the Commodore, from our...

Anybody feeling wealthy today? Then how about some Millionaire Punch? This recipe is from the fantastic Here’s How cocktail book from 1941. Besides having a wooden cover and bound with leather strips and hinges, it also has some fantastic illustrations. Print Millionaire Punch Author: Here's How, 1941   Ingredients 1 lemon, juice only 1 dash...

Are you ready for a Clover Club Cocktail? This one is a cocktail we have been meaning to try for a long time, mostly because of the raw egg white in it. Print Clover Club Cocktail Author: The Joy of Cooking, 1943   Ingredients 1 part gin juice of ½ lime 1 tablespoon grenadine 1 egg white Instructions Shake well in cracked ice until...

Whew! Thank goodness another crazy week has finally come to an end! This week our cocktail is very basic because…well, the ingredients are what we had on hand. And going out to buy stuff to make a cocktail is fine, but somehow I think it is a bit more fun when you make do with things you have on hand. But maybe that is just because I am into adventurous cooking. ...

Whew. What a week! Good thing we have alcohol to ease the pain. This week’s drink comes from a recent eBay score: A fantastic bar book with a wooden cover called Here’s How from 1941. There are some great drinks in this book, and a ton of little illustrations which I love. The drink also has the fabulous name of Whiskey Daisy. Love it. Print Whiskey Daisy ...

Happy late Fourth of July, everyone! This week we have a themed cocktail from a book called The Merry Mixer that was published in 1940. Here is July Kraker! 5.0 from 1 reviews Print July Kraker Author: The Merry Mixer, 1940   Ingredients 1 dash grenadine ½ Lemon juice ⅔ whiskey ⅓ creme de cacao Dry Champagne Instructions...

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