6 edition of Trader Vic"s Bartender"s Guide found in the catalog.
Trader Vic"s Bartender"s Guide
Victor Jules Bergeron
August 8, 1972
by Doubleday & Company, Inc.
Written in English
|Contributions||Shirley Sarvis (Editor), Helen Ann deWerd (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||434|
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Trader Vic's Book of Mexican Cooking. Trader Vic (Victor Bergeron) Published by Doubleday, Garden City () ISBN ISBN Used Bartender's Guide Trader Vic and Ray Sullivan. Trader Vic; Ray Sullivan [Illustrator] . This recipe is adapted from Victor Bergeron's Trader Vic's Bartender's Guide ( revised edition), the original formula is: 2 ounces of year old J. Wray & Nephew Rum Juice from one fresh lime 1/2 ounce Holland DeKuyper Orange Curacao 1/4 ounce Trader Vic's Rock Candy Syrup 1/2 ounce French Garier Orgeat Syrup.
History. Jeffy Berry calls the Fog Cutter Trader Vic's second most historically popular cocktail, unusual for a tiki drink because of the cream sherry that is floated on top. The recipe for the drink is the same in both Bergeron's original Bartender's Guide and his revised version from The revised version carries a quote describing the cocktail: "Fog Cutter, hell. Trader Vic's Bartender Guide Revised Book Club Edition Tiki Bar Coc More Items From eBay LOT # Of OLD ANTIQUE AFRICAN TRADE BEADS Mm. Dia. X Mm.
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For twenty-five years, professional barkeeps and home mixologists alike have found Trader Vic's Bartender's Guide an invaluable aid. Now, with this revised edition, the popular restaurateur has made this classic handbook even more useful/5.
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Publication date Topics Cocktails, Alcoholic beverages Publisher Garden City, N.Y., DoubledayPages: Years ahead of his time, The Trader chose to offer Chinese dishes alongside the then-contemporary continental cuisine, creating the original fusion menu decades before it would become a trend.
Following his culinary curiosity along the ancient spice route, he collected recipes to bring back to Trader Vic’s, and his eclectic cuisine reinvented. The Corpse Reviver №2 as described in the Savoy Cocktail Book is the most commonly drunk of the corpse revivers, and consists of equal parts gin, lemon juice, curaçao (commonly Cointreau), Kina Lillet (now usually replaced with Cocchi Americano, as a closer match to Kina Lillet than modern Lillet Blanc), and a dash of dash of absinthe can either be added to the mix before.
Food Timeline>Trader Vic's Cocktails, Trader Vic's Book of Food and Drink [Doubleday & Company:Garden City NY ] is introduced by the venerable Lucius Beebe and authored by "Trader Vic" (Victor Bergeron). This is the first of several books authored by Mr.
Bergeron. Writing style is casual, irreverant, exotic and fun. Serving Trader Vic's signature cocktails with original recipes. Trader Vic's Bartender's Guide has them all.
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(DecemSan Francisco – OctoHillsborough, California) founded a chain of Polynesian-themed restaurants that bore his nickname, "Trader Vic".He was one of two people who claimed to have invented the Mai Tai.
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He churned out several books on food and drink, including his Bartenders Guide, as well as a memoir, Frankly Speaking, and at least one kids' book.
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Victor Jules Bergeron, better known as Trader Vic, was the owner of a tiki restaurant of the same name. Together with Donn Beach, from Donn the Beachcomber, they were the first one to start the tiki culture.
The tiki culture is a blend of the Polynesian and the Caribbean.