Lot 85 of 373:
Cocktails from Troy  

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Personally Conducted Tours Through Our Kitchens
Friends of the Sisterhood of St. Paul's Church
Troy, NY
Brewster Book Co.

Ed. by Mrs. Charles A. Brown. xxiii, 227 + [7] ad pp. Numerous engraved ad pages for local businesses. Blue gingham cloth, printed cover label. First Edition.

Recipes for rum punch, mint julep, and several other cocktails. An interesting recipe for an alcoholic Tea Punch predicts, "This beverage is destined to be a popular one for the coming winter 'teas' as a change from Russian teas, plain tea and chocolate. Green tea is popularly used for the punch, and that of the very best quality must be selected. There is a firm handling English specialties in New York city who carry a Russian carava tea of a most delicate and delicious flavor, which can be used for this purpose." A warm punch bowl filled with brandy, rum, sugar and lemons is then steeped with the tea. Recipes also include mango pickles, shrimps a la Newburg, crab gumbo, game pie, etc.

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