||need drink recipes
Joined: Apr 11, 2002
From: Aku Hall, Chicago
|Posted: 2002-09-23 8:44 pm  Permalink|
My publisher is insiting that I add some drink recipes to an appendix of Tiki Road Trip.
The tricky bit is that my ex grabbed all of the cookbooks when we split up, including all of my vintage Tracer Vics (and other) cookbooks and bar guides. I'm too broke to replace them just now.
I call on you, sages and mixologists of Tiki Central, to bust out your vintage Trader Vics or other bar guides and Email me authentic vintage recipes for the following drinks:
I've got the others I need already (Mai Tai, etc). Please cite your source (i.e. Trader Vics Cookbook 1948, etc.) with each recipe... Email to JT@tydirium.net or post here.
Thanks, or as the Rapa Nui say -
Joined: Jun 19, 2002
From: Santa Ana, CA.
|Posted: 2002-09-23 10:27 pm  Permalink|
It might take some time but in the 14 pages
in the main area, you can find all kinds of stuff.
Sorry about your ex
When this stops being fun
It's our fault
Have no brakes Cannot stop
Happydog (What can I do?)
Joined: Sep 19, 2002
From: san diego
|Posted: 2002-09-24 12:00 am  Permalink|
this web site has a few tiki drinks that are reeeeeeeeeaaaaaallllllll nice. http://boozeking.com/recipes.htm
Joined: Mar 24, 2002
From: Ocean Beach, San Francisco
|Posted: 2002-10-03 2:25 pm  Permalink|
I'm looking for recipes for non-alcoholic tiki drinks (for the office). Should I just make 'em eithout the rum, or can I substitute something else? (Serving up some Trader Vic's Mai Tai Mix with a swizzle stick just seems so horribly WRONG.)