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This week we are busting out some apple cider for Vintage Cocktail Friday! This is Thomas & Jeremiah! Print Thomas & Jeremiah Author: Here's...

Who’s ready for some cocktails? This week we have the Singapore (not to be confused with the Singapore Sling) from 2-in-1 International Recipe Cards...

From Baking is Fun By Ann Pillsbury, 1945 ...

It’s time for pie!! And not just any pie! This week I am lucky (meh?) enough to be participating in the First Annual Pieathalon, which is basically just...

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...

Happy Friday! This week we have another cocktail with Benedictine in it, AND another cocktail from the 1943 edition of The Joy of Cooking. We can’t help it. The cocktails in this book are really interesting! Print Benedictine Cocktail Author: The Joy of Cooking, 1943   Ingredients 1 part benedictine 2 parts cognac 1 part lime juice Instructions...

It’s Friday! Let’s celebrate it with a vintage drink! This week we are making the Queen Elizabeth Cocktail from the 1943 edition of The Joy of Cooking. Tom was interested in it because it is yet another cocktail with Benedictine. Print Queen Elizabeth Cocktail Author: The Joy of Cooking, 1943   Ingredients ½ part dry vermouth ¼...

It’s Friday, so you know what that means: Alcohol! This week we picked a drink that is almost entirely straight alcohol for Tom since he had to eat a crazy gelatin this week. Granted, that gelatin ended up actually tasting good, but he still deserved it for being brave. Print Red-Eyed Russian Author: 2-in-1 International Recipe Card Collection, 1977 ...

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