1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THB BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
* One ounce Pure Spirits in a tumbler
TWO BROKEN LEGS
Name your poison, when you try this one. The title ought to warn you. And remember, we said sweet ciderl ......
Three or four pieces Diced Ice Fill tumbler with Sweet Cider
* Into a large glass pour: One and one-half wineglasses Scotch One teaspoonful Powdered Sugar Two teaspoonfuls Pineapple Syrup Fill with Shaved Ice. Stir well; dress with Fruit and serve with straws
Just to let you know we haven't forgotten the cobblers, one is given here. They were considered a mighty important addition to any good man's repertoire back in the old days.
* Use large bar-glass One yolk of an Egg One tablespoonful of sugar
BALTIMORE EGG NOG
This one is a matter of family pride. Have to put this one in so that we can prove to residents of Baltimore that this book really is a collection of historical recipes.
Dash of Nutmeg end Cinnamon One-half pony of Madeira Wino Fill r:est of glass with Milk Shake well and serve * One wine glasli of St. Croix Rum One tablespoon of Molasses
Several well-known drinks were made with mo– lasses, of which this one is probably the most prominent. The molasses provided a most un– usual flavor. ,, t I A Jb
Stir in small bar glaH Fill with shaved ice Add dash of° Nutmeg
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