As a result of the current cocktail renaissance, a minor treasure trove of cocktail books abounds, from straightforward manuals to more eclectic historiographies. Few, however, are as fanciful and downright fun as the new “In the Land of Cocktails,” by renowned New Orleans restaurateurs and self-described “cocktail chicks” Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan.The volume, which features an introduction by Ted “Dr. Cocktail” Haigh, tales of life in the Big Easy, and colorful, sometimes ribald, ...
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