The Aviary - Cocktail Innovation Like You’ve Never Seen Before
We're going to change the way cookbooks are published.
Measuring approximately 12"x10"x2", and weighing over 8 pounds, this culinary approach to cocktails will be equally at home in your kitchen, your bar, or on your coffee table. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover.
Please, please, can Cinema Codex be next? Their unique insight gives us the tools to master the classics and create new recipes. This book is a must for all young bartenders and veterans alike. I strongly recommend picking this book up and flipping through the pages with your favorite cocktail in hand. Nor is it a scientific study of cocktails thanks, Dave Arnold!
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The Aviary Cocktail Book will be published Nov. Which is what you'd expect from a cocktail bar that isn't like other cocktail bars. The pages of The Aviary Cocktail Book are as visually intriguing as the drinks made at the bar. Through their back and forth with the chefs, Hemberger says he learned that chefs in restaurants are constantly tweaking, changing and honing their recipes. This insight led Hemberger to reveal in the book, the evolution of some drink recipes, with both early and later evolutions of the same cocktail.
Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas, the creators and owners of Alinea in Chicago, have teamed up with Allen and Sarah Hemberger, an artist duo from California, to make an extraordinary cookbook for their cocktail bar The Aviary. We opened the Aviary in Chicago in ; it was born out of our passion for innovation and challenging the status quo. We asked ourselves: "What if we approach crafting cocktails the way we approach cooking? We've wanted to create a book for the Aviary since we first opened. Grant recalls some of his formative years as a chef, when he was first learning his craft and was poring over massive, jaw-dropping tomes in search of knowledge. Fat, heavy, beautiful books like those by Thomas Keller or Alain Ducasse were brimming with beautiful, full-page photos that profoundly inspired him.