Boozy Brunch by Peter Joseph
The Quintessential Guide to Daytime Drinking

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With Boozy Brunch, you have your pick of more than one hundred eye-opening drink recipes and twenty-five food pairings, with entertaining drink histories and liquor-laden quotes from the famous and infamous. The first book of its kind, Boozy Brunch offers brunchy alternatives and revved-up variations to the classic set of champagne-, coffee-, tea-, and fruit or vegetable juice-based cocktails that will help you make the most of your brunch. Plus, you’ll find a set of hangover cures for those still recovering from the night before.
 

About Peter Joseph

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Peter Joseph has written about cocktails and pop culture for Flavorwire, Lost Magazine, and Popmatters. In between brunches, he is an editor in New York. He lives in Brooklyn. Salma Khalil was born in Alexandria, Egypt and received her MFA in Photography at the Pratt Institute in New York. She has shown her work around the US, including at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, Studio Gallery in Washington, DC, and Umbrella Arts and PS122 Gallery in New York City. Learn more at www.salmatkhalil.com.
 
Published September 15, 2012 by Taylor Trade Publishing. 176 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Though the concept of drinking in the morning is hardly a new idea (the first mention of the cocktail in 1803 referred to a beverage drunk at 11a.m.), Joseph takes daytime tippling very seriously.

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Brunch has long been the preferred excuse for daytime weekend drinking;

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