Which Fork Do I Use with My Bourbon?  by Peggy Noe Stevens & Susan Reigler

Which Fork Do I Use with My Bourbon? by Peggy Noe Stevens & Susan Reigler

Hardcover edition of Which Fork Do I Use with My Bourbon? Setting the Table for Tastings, Food Pairings, Dinners, and Cocktail Parties by Peggy Noe Stevens  & Susan Reigler  is a NEW book


  • Reviews

    "Reading this book made me feel excited about all the parties and gatherings I will have once [the pandemic is] over. I have a renewed sense of the urgency to show friends and loved ones how much they mean to me, and what better way to do that than with a bourbon tasting party."―Alcohol Professor

    "[A]n elegant book...helps us dream of party days ahead."―Booze Dancing

    "This is a very well designed book with many excellent color photographs that will look good on any coffee table, but it will probably not rest there very long. It is filled with valuable information that will have you picking it up every time you want to entertain guests...You will find yourself referencing this book often as the book supplies a wealth of useful information such as how to arrange a room for best flow and what each type of glassware looks like and how they are used."―BourbonVeach.com

    "The book is as beautifully presented as the authors intend your bourbon tastings and parties to be."―Travel Distilled

    "[V]ery approachable and easy to read."―Life Currents

  • Overview

    From decorations to glassware, this one-stop resource will guide readers from the day they mail invitations to the moment they welcome guests through the door. Alongside their favorite snack, entrée, dessert, and cocktail recipes, Stevens and Reigler offer expert tricks of the trade on how to set up a bar, arrange tables, and pair recipes with specific bourbons. Once readers are ready, Stevens and Reigler move on to advanced pairings for the bourbon foodie and present two innovative examples of tasting parties―a bourbon cocktail soiree and, of course, the traditional Kentucky Derby party. Inspired by the hosting traditions of five Kentucky distilleries, this book will introduce casual fans to bourbon-tasting methods and expand the expertise of longtime bourbon enthusiasts.


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