Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Mixology Monday: Wrap-up part II

Jeffrey Morgenthaler is off promoting Repeal Day in Manhattan this week and couldn't finish up the Mixology Monday Recap. Since he asked me to finish it up for him, I provide the following:

Mixology Monday Wrap-up Part II

Matt, also known as Dood, gives us the background on Prohibition and rum runners, with a couple of excellent rum runner recipes thrown in. Nice one, Dood!.

Jamie Boudreau offers up a Volstead cocktail, the Roosevelt, and a wild original prohibition-style cocktail.

Jay at oh gosh! explores the Manhattan, breaking out several formulations, and some pretty spectacular rye whiskies. I'm glad Jay participated, even though the temperance movement never took hold in the UK.

The ladies at lupec bring The Stork Club Cocktail to the party.

First-time mixology monday participants Fizz, Flip and Fancy create some martini "jelly" and a gorgeous Ramos Gin Fizz.

Sonja slides in under the deadline with the Mr. Manhattan and Jupiter cocktails.

Marleigh at Sloshed sneaked in a little past the deadline, but it was still Monday somewhere. (It must be 4 o'clock somewhere right now, as a matter of fact) Marleigh covers the Leave It To Me #1, with a few tweaks.

Jacob Grier pushes out the boat on his first Mixology Monday posting, with a recipe for a Godson Cocktail with a tobacco cream float. Wow.

Dominik, The Opinionated Alchemist, posts to remind us of some of the responsibilities we take on when we choose to consume.

I offered the recipe for a Silver Gin Fizz AND a great holiday gift idea at the same time.

Father of Mixology Monday, Paul Clarke, brings a carboy full of bathtub gin and the David Embury version of the Bees Knees.

I forgot to add these three:

Kaiser Penguin frames up more excellent photos, and recipes for the Brace Up and the Thomas and Jeremiah.

Intoxicated Zodiac posted something here, but I was unable to contact the server to see what it was. I'm sure it will come back up. Probably overloaded the server with Mixology Monday traffic.

A Dash of Bitters has some information about temperance groups past and present.

Thanks go out to everyone who participated in this months Mixology Monday.
Part I of the wrap-up can be found over at Jeffrey's site.



Blogger ~Sonja~ said...

Thanks for the wrap-up and for pinch hitting! Another great turnout and many more great recipes to try.

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the wrap-up!

2:14 PM  

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