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It’s Friday and it’s time for a drink! This is Turf! Print Turf Author: The Culvert Party Encyclopedia, 1965   Ingredients...

Vintage Cocktail Friday is back! After a very long hiatus, I am happy to say that Tom and I are both drinking cocktails again. Whew. It was kind of dicey...

This week we have a cocktail that is going to take your breath away. This is the Tummy Tightener! Print Tummy Tightener Author: Bottoms Up,...

Who’s ready for a cocktail? This is Robert Burns! Print Robert Burns Author: 2-in-1 International Recipe Cards, 1977   Ingredients...

This week we are opening cans, dumping them together, adding vermouth and calling it a casserole! This is Salmon Vermouth Casserole! 4.0 from 1 reviews...

Who is ready for a cocktail? This week we are making El Presidente from The Host’s Handbook, which was published in 1940 by the National Distillers...

Thank goodness for Fridays! And cocktails! And even red in honor of Valentine’s Day! 4.0 from 1 reviews Print Blackthorn Author: Hiram Walker, 1960   Ingredients 1 jigger Hiram Walker Sloe Gin ½ jigger Italian Vermouth 2 dashes Angostura bitters A twist of lemon (or dash of lemon juice) Instructions Combine in glass and...

Happy New Year, Everyone! Did anyone make any resolutions this year?  We did. And then, because this is the Mid-Century Menu, we drank them. 5.0 from 1 reviews Print January Resolution Author: The Merry Mixer, 1940   Ingredients 2 dashes Grenadine ⅓ Noilly Pratt Vermouth ⅔ Golden Wedding Rye or Bourbon Twist of Lemon Peel ...

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...

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