We've all heard of farm to table, so now we would like to introduce Garden to Glass! This is a striking, in-depth look on how to incorporate natural ingredients into the drinks we love-- a valuable resource for bartenders, bar owners, and home bar enthusiasts alike.
This is a striking, in-depth look on how to incorporate natural ingredients into the drinks we love-- a valuable resource for bartenders, bar owners, and home bar enthusiasts alike.
Author: Michael Wolfe
"Garden to glass" recipes for nutrient-packed non-alcoholic infusions and cordials based on fresh from the garden or farmstand fruits, berries, herbs, and spices used as restorative tonics or as the basis for healthy cocktails. For the legions of readers who enjoyed The Drunken Botanist: The Plants that Create the World's Best Drinks, here is a new health and nutrition conscious take on making infusions, cordials, and cocktails mixers with garden fresh herbs, fruits, and spices. The Drinking Garden is a unique collection of over 70 delicious botanically inspired recipes based on what is available fresh from the garden or farm stand. These "garden to glass" recipes are for non-alcoholic infusions and cordials based on fresh fruits, garden herbs, and spices which can be consumed as restorative tonics in their own right or can be used as the basis for mouthwatering cocktails - cocktails filled with garden fresh nutrients and antioxidants, making them far healthier than ordinary bar drinks. Organized according to main ingredient, the recipes are created with an eye toward both health and taste. All recipes include fresh from the garden botanicals such as elderberries, strawberries, tomato, mints, and other herbs. Thus, an ordinary Bloody Mary is transformed into a healthy power drink by using freshly crushed garden tomatoes, chilies, and other spices. Many recipes also use "superfood" ingredients, from açai berry and avocado to papaya and pomegranate. Each creation is expertly crafted and inspired by some of the most exciting trends in bartending and mixology. The book also explains how to make professional-quality mixed drinks in your home, listing essential bar kit, fancy glassware, party planning, and finishing touches that can transform an ordinary drink into an exceptional cocktail.
The book also explains how to make professional-quality mixed drinks in your home, listing essential bar kit, fancy glassware, party planning, and finishing touches that can transform an ordinary drink into an exceptional cocktail.
Author: David Hurst
Publisher: Universe Publishing(NY)
This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text From Garden to Glass Items include highly probable exam items: Decolonization, Jus ad bellum, Immigration law, Kennedy Round, Pact, Sovereignty, Monroe ...
Cocktails good enough to eat! Your favorite food is fresh, local, and homemade—and now your cocktails can be, too! Whether you're plucking fresh mint from your own garden or buying buckets of juicy blackberries from the farmers' market, taking these inspiring ingredients from garden to glass is what Edible Cocktails is all about. And mixing unique, delicious drinks like a Lavender Gin Sour or a Basil Grass Lemon Drop is easier than you think. Just try the following: Plant your own "cocktail garden" Utilize seasonal, fresh farmers' market finds or pluck tasty treasures in the wild Infuse spirits and make homemade liqueurs Create homemade syrups, purees, and jams Use eggs, dairy, and even meat in your cocktail for modern mixology explorations With full-color photographs and more than 100 cocktail recipes, you'll be infusing your life—and your cocktails!&151;with wholesome and homegrown ingredients in no time.
From Garden to Glass - Seasonal Cocktails with a Fresh Twist Natalie Bovis.
CHAPTER 2 ... FROM THE TIME WE ARE CHILDREN, WE REVEL IN THE
SATISFACTION OF CREATING something beautiful. By actually touching the soil,
Author: Natalie Bovis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
It's drinks, it's chickens: It's the cocktail book you didn't know you needed! To add some extra happy to your happy hour , invite a chicken and pour yourself a drink. Author Kate Richards serves up cocktails made for Instagram with the spoils of her Southern California garden, chicken friends by her side. Enjoy any (or all) of the 60+ deliciously drinkable garden-to-glass beverages, such as: Lilac Apricot Rum Sour Meyer Lemon + Rosemary Old Fashioned Rhubarb Rose Cobbler Blackberry Sage Spritz Cantaloupe Mint Rum Punch Cocktails are arranged seasonally, and are 100% accessible for those of us without perpetually sunny backyard gardens at our disposal. Drinking with Chickens will quickly become a boozy favorite, perfect for gifting or for hoarding all for yourself. You don't need chickens to enjoy these drinks or the colorful photos, but be careful, because you may even find yourself aspiring to be, as Kate is, a home chixologist overrun by gorgeous, loud, early-rising egg-laying ladies, and in need of a very strong drink.
DIYing cocktails from garden to glass is great and all, but we're all busy people.
Sometimes you just want to buy the damned juice, you know? I also like to wrap
myself up in a very particular, very cozy little blanket of delusion that everyone
Author: Kate E. Richards
Publisher: Hachette UK
A bounty of crisp apples, heirloom produce, artisan cheeses and grass-fed meats complement the heady libations of the Finger Lakes wine country. Culinary luminaries and home cooks alike use these regional ingredients to craft classic and unique dishes, like Moosewood's apple spice cake. Finger Lakes foodie and vinophile Laura Winter Falk, PhD, explores the Finger Lakes' gustatory legacy and evolution, from the Iroquois' Three Sisters--corn, squash and beans--to the farm-to-table restaurants that celebrate the harvest of their neighbors. With recipes from regional chefs paired perfectly with an array of local wines, savor the delectable culinary history of New York's Finger Lakes region.
This beverage represents Stonecat's Garden to Glass program of innovative
cocktails created from herbs and produce sourced right from its organic kitchen
garden and locally sourced spirits and juices. Here is how the bartending team at
Author: Laura Winter Falk
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibition at Seattle Center Catalog
Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibition at Seattle Center Catalog
Category: Blown glass
There’s nothing quite like a thirst-quenching beverage, especially when it’s made with fresh ingredients you picked from your very own garden! This book will show you what leaves, flowers, fruits, vegetables, and roots to grow in your garden so you can enjoy them from your glass. Filled with beautiful photography and helpful information how to plant, maintain, and harvest each home-grown ingredient, this gardening guide also includes delicious recipes for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to enjoy any time of the year! Also included is advice for making your own syrups, tinctures, and purees. Written by Jodi Hemler, author of Grow Your Own Tea Garden, this book will inspire both small and large space gardeners to enjoy their bounty in a refreshing new way! • An inspirational and instructional guide to growing your own cocktail or mocktail ingredients in your garden • Discover what leaves, flowers, fruits, vegetables, and roots to grow for garden-to-glass cocktails • Learn how to plant, maintain, and harvest each fresh, home-grown ingredient • Includes cocktail recipes for a variety of drinks and mocktails, as well as helpful tips and a guide to making your own infusions, syrups, tinctures, and purees • An ideal resource for a small garden set-up
Written by Jodi Hemler, author of Grow Your Own Tea Garden, this book will inspire both small and large space gardeners to enjoy their bounty in a refreshing new way! • An inspirational and instructional guide to growing your own cocktail ...
Author: Jodi Helmer
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
Go beyond the bottle and step inside the minds, and vines, of Virginia's burgeoning wine industry in this groundbreaking volume. Join grape grower and industry insider Walker Elliott Rowe as he guides you through some of the top vineyards and wineries in the Old Dominion. Rowe explores the minds of pioneering winemakers and vineyard owners, stitches together an account of the wine industry's foundation in Virginia, from Jamestown to Jefferson to Barboursville, and uncovers the fascinating missing chapter in Virginia wine history. As the Philip Carter Winery's motto explains, "Before there was Jefferson, there was Carter."? Rowe goes behind the scenes to interview migrant workers who toil daily in the vineyards, makes the rounds in Richmond with an industry lobbyist and talks shop with winemakers on the science and techniques that have helped put the Virginia wine industry on the map. Also included are twenty-four stunning color photographs from professional photographer Jonathan Timmes and a foreword by noted wine journalist Richard Leahy.
He had one acre and he was taking care of it like a garden and he was making
wine for himself.” Gabriele came over to America with his boss, Gianni Zonin, to
buy a property and then plant a vineyard in Virginia at Barboursville. The lore of ...
Author: Walker Elliott Rowe
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
These chimney - like shafts running from the boxes up through the gardens
contain an unbroken range of glass over goo feet in glass roof . These vineries
are now used during the winter length , which is divided into many compartments
to suit ...
Author: Charles Sprague Sargent
Presents a comprehensive study of the modernist garden which flourished in France between the 1910s and the 1930s. Drawing on archives and photo collections in several countries, the book shows how designers used new materials to challenge gravity and traditional notions of time and movement.
To achieve a sense of modernity , Lurçat sheathed the axial composition and
traditional garden elements , such as the salle ... into garden details , he simply
interlocked parts of concrete , gravel , grass , and glass , rescuing the ensemble
Author: Dorothée Imbert
Publisher: Yale University Press
~A FROST CHRONICLES book~ Ann Mayor has spent her life in the shadows--the shadow of the the Frost, the shadow of her father, even the shadow of her best friend, Lia Weaver. Ann has never questioned that Lia is the brave one between them. After all, Lia lives outside the village, side by side with the wilderness, close enough to hear the Watchers scream at night. Ann lives under the careful watch of her devious father, surrounded by luxury. But then the cruel and mysterious Farthers from farther than the Frost invade, overtaking the village of Iceliss and bringing a mysterious agenda as they search the Frost for a device of power. With them comes a nobleman named Korr whose intents and loyalties remain inscrutable. Ann is drawn to him, for he has spent his life in the shadows too. She doesn't know if he is good or evil, but when she is arrested for treason, she's forced to trust him as she's taken from the Frost. As a political prisoner in Korr's hands, Ann is tested beyond what she ever imagined, and she realizes she has more bravery in her than she knew. (Set during the events of the Frost Chronicles from Ann's perspective. Spoilers for books 1-5)
The night was black except for a sliver of moon that outlined the tops of the trees
in silver. I exhaled, and my breath made a circle of steam against the glass. A
dragging noise came from the garden. I peered into the darkness below, my heart
Author: Kate Avery Ellison
Publisher: Kate Avery Ellison
Category: Young Adult Fiction
It does best near the HANDED " ever finds himself at that season with a heavy
and glass , and should have a peat soil . ... It was introduced in the county of
Durham than it is in any part of Scotland by Mr . W . Bull from New Grenada .
south of ...
... to such scenes , only on glass of water in the window with her Extracts from a
few of the many letters a smaller scale . ... GARDEN is getting to the front . same
day at St . Joseph , just accross the Your plants will show its effect in a few river ...
This comprehensive guide to the world of terrariums details every part of creating highly unusual and beautiful miniature indoor gardens. Easy to make, these 33 unique terrarium projects are inspired by ecosystems around the world, including a fern-filled Black Forest from Germany, a delicate bonsai garden from Kyushu in the south of Japan, and a tableau of olive and thyme from the shores of the Sea of Galilee in Israel. Lush photography and helpful insider tips and tricks round out this one-of-a-kind handbook. With a variety of projects and plenty of step-by-step instructions covering every element of crafting a terrarium, anyone can fashion a stunning piece of living art.
This comprehensive guide to the world of terrariums details every part of creating highly unusual and beautiful miniature indoor gardens.
Author: Anna Bauer
Publisher: Chronicle Books
People in Glass Houses is an absurd comedy for six actors.
The Glasshouse is in total disarray. There are pots and plants everywhere, some
of the panes of glass are broken. A couple of deck chairs lie scattered, along with
an upturned table and a few garden ornaments. On plot 004 (the fourth from SR ...
Author: Darren Rapier
Originally meant to trap bad spirits, bottle trees arrived in the U.S. with the African slave trade and first took root in the South. Now it's a popular art form, a national phenomenon that's showing up at garden shows, craft fairs and farmers markets. Garden writer and photographer Felder Rushing has encountered thousands of bottle trees and other glass garden art in his travels across America and around the world. In BOTTLE TREES he presents 60 of his favorites, from the backyards of Mississippi to the Chelsea Flower Show to the glass fantasies of Dale Chihuly. With humor and affection he tells the stories behind the photographs: the history and lore of bottle trees and glass sculpture, and the inspired people who make them.
This is a book for lovers of quirky art...and for those brave souls who aren't afraid to make bold statements in their gardens.
Author: Felder Rushing
Publisher: St Lynns Press
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Charles Baker has created what is perhaps the greatest armchair drinking book of all time.
vacations from school was our spring visits every other year to the home of our
favourite Aunt Josephine Learning, either ... and Heckschers, and Carsons and
Storks, she would entertain in her lovely garden—and for the youngsters would
Author: Charles H. Baker Jr.
Publisher: Derrydale Press
duction of a plant to his Majesty's Garden at Kew , is a very different affair from its
introduction to Great Britain . An object cannot be properly said to ... Propagated
by ripened cuttings , struck under a bell - glass . It blossoms in July . Our drawing