This book contains over 50 drink recipes which are over 100 years old. The recipes come from local newspapers and books, published between 1855 and 1910. Over 30 non-alcoholic drink recipes and 20 recipes for drinks with alcohol are included. Also included are interesting facts about the United States' beverage history, including topics such as the advent of refrigerators in the home and refrigera...
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Publisher: Kirsten Anderberg; 1 edition (May 15, 2012)
Publication Date: May 15, 2012
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This is a well-researched guide to old-timey drinks, and true to its word, ones you can make today. There is a nice selection of recipes, and for the most part, you should be able to obtain the ingredients online if not in physical stores. There are ...
d cars which allowed CA lemons to popularize lemonade in NY, as well as social movements such as prohibition, which furthered the non-alcoholic soda pop or "soft drink" industry.Included in this book are 100 year old recipes for homemade almond milk, coffee flavored with liquid violets, flaxseed lemonade, Imperials, soda fountain drinks, egg nogs, ginger ales, root beer, spruce beer, rose leaf wine, hot apple toddies, mulled cider, blackberry cordials, barley water, fruit punch, Mexican coffee, Yuletide cider cups, cherry brandy, sherbet, currant and raspberry wine and more.THIS COOKBOOK IS ONE IN A SERIES OF "100 Year Old Recipes You Can Still Make Today." Look for other books in this series, including "Homemade Candies," "Picnic Foods," "Cakes, Cookies and Pies," and more.Kirsten Anderberg earned her Master’s Degree in History and Archiving from CA State University at Northridge and her B.A. Degree in Political Science from the University of WA in Seattle. She is currently attending CA State University at Fullerton (in 2012) working on her M.S. Degree in Instructional Design and Technology. She has been a professional baker in the past, specializing in whole wheat croissants and cinnamon rolls, she has worked at health food restaurants including the historic Source Restaurant on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles, has been part of revolutionary health food co-ops and raised a healthy son on whole foods. Her interest in recipes from the past stems from her desire to cook with whole, pure foods and her interest in history. Author Anderberg is writing a series of “100 Year Old Recipes You Can Still Make Today” books, on different food topics, so be sure to look for other similar cookbooks in this series from the author at Amazon's Author Central at http://www.amazon.com/Kirsten-Anderberg/e/B004M3MZM2.