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Trader Vic's Tiki Party!: Cocktails and Food to Share with Friends [Anglais] [Relié]

Stephen Siegelman
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1 avril 2005
The tiki volcano is erupting all over again, and now Trader Vic’s, the legendary purveyor of Polynesian food, drinks, and fantasy, wants to help us bring it all home. Step behind the bar and into the kitchen at Trader Vic’s and learn how to create the kind of tiki magic that made “the Trader” famous. It’s all here: recipes for 95 of the restaurant’s best-loved tropical cocktails and after-dinner drinks along with more than 35 party-friendly recipes for pupus, tidbits, finger food, entrées, and desserts—all adapted from the past and present menus of Trader Vic’s. Dozens of tips and ideas for inexpensive, easy tiki decorating and entertaining at home are included, as is a guide to the basics of bartending equipment and techniques. Whether it’s a blowout tiki party for friends or a spontaneous occasion to dust off the shaker, this book brings favorite concoctions from Trader Vic’s into your home.
  • An entertaining guide from Trader Vic’s restaurant including 130 recipes for cocktails, pupus, finger food, entrées, and desserts.
  • A follow-up to the popular THE GREAT TIKI DRINK BOOK.
  • Trader Vic’s has 21 company-owned and franchised restaurants around the world—from Emeryville, California; to Berlin, Germany; and Osaka, Japan.
  • Cocktail recipes include the Samoan Fog Cutter, the Tiki Puka Puka, Scorpion, the Kamaiina, and The Original Mai Tai, invented by Trader Vic himself in 1944.
  • Appetizer recipes include crowd-pleasing pan-Asian small plates and nibbles, like Crispy Prawns, Cha Siu Pork, Ahi Tuna Poke, and Key Lime Chiffon Tartlets.
  • Throw a rocking tiki party using the decorating, music-selection, bar-stocking, and menu-planning tips found here.

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    Biographie de l'auteur

    STEVE SIEGELMAN has written or contributed to 14 cookbooks, including Firehouse Food. His television writing credits include Mexico One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless, Mario Eats Italy with Mario Batali, and Yan Can Cook with Martin Yan. Steve lives, works, and eats in Berkeley, California.

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    • Relié: 192 pages
    • Editeur : Ten Speed Press (1 avril 2005)
    • Langue : Anglais
    • ISBN-10: 1580085563
    • ISBN-13: 978-1580085564
    • Dimensions du produit: 21 x 21,2 x 2 cm
    • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Le voyage 26 juin 2010
    Par Hugonnet
    Superbe livre de Cocktail.
    Les images les recettes tout y est.
    Un dépaysement réel. Très bon cadeau pour un ami barman.
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    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Let's Hula 25 décembre 2005
    Par Virginia Allain - Publié sur
    The book contains "recipes for 100 of the restaurant's best loved tropical cocktails like the Samoan Fog Cutter, Potted Parrot, and of course, The Original Mai Tai, invented by Trader Vic himself in 1944." (summary from Buch Gourmet)
    This has some terrific ideas for outdoor parties. Think of having a luau and how much fun it would be. Besides drink recipes, the book has nibbles. How does Crab Rangoon, Cha Siu Pork or Crispy Prawns sound? With this book, you are ready for Polynesian-style entertaining.
    7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Campy, Kitschy Delight 3 septembre 2006
    Par Bill Marsano - Publié sur
    By Bill Marsano. Trader Vic's Tiki Party!: Cocktails & Food to Share with Friends," by Stephen Siegelman, is perfect for retro theme parties. Trader Vic, with his famous rival Don the Beachcomber, ushered in the Tiki Bar Era of American partying, which centered mainly on the 1950s and 1960s (which of these two men actually invented the Mai Tai, signature drink of the epoch, remains in dispute--both claim it.) Those were days of restaurants blanketed with faux-Polynesian decor, when pupu platters were the rage and drinks came in bowls serving four or more and were decorated with paper umbrellas, which folks later learned to call parasols. Relive that glorious and joyously ridiculous time with this collection of tropical cocktails and food recipes for everything from finger food to entrees. The recipes are interesting, mostly pretty easy to make, and generally fun to eat or drink. The photos are very nice but the main appeal is that the recipes are clearly presented and easy to follow.--Bill Marsano is an award-winning writer on wines and spirits.
    4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Living the Tiki lifestyle 26 décembre 2009
    Par Nick - Publié sur
    Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
    Since it's rather impossible to go to a Trader Vic's and not be hooked on the Tiki lifestyle, I was sort of expecting that this book would be cheesy and have a few recipes and the like to keep fans happy. Boy was I wrong: Pretty much the entire Trader Vic's drink and appetizer menu is spelled out in here, and it'll keep you in the kitchen experimenting with the menu (and the cocktails, of course.)

    The menu is simple enough that even inept people in the kitchen like me thinks that they can handle the menu. The drink menu is simple enough, and it's something you'll want to immediately want to tackle with the Trader Vics Mai Tai Mix, 33.8-Ounce Plastic Bottle (Pack of 2). You really can't go wrong with this book, although the amazing accessories and glassware that goes with the drinks are pricy. Still, if you want to host a tropical party in winter weather, start with this book.
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    4.0 étoiles sur 5 It's time for Tiki cuisine to come back 7 juin 2013
    Par CE-BAR 33 - Publié sur
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    Growing up my favorite restaurant was called the Lanai and was in San Mateo, CA, an hour or so away from the original Trader Vic's. I feasted on wonderful Chinese BBQ ribs, curries and other interesting fare such as "Soo Soo Chicken." And once I was old enough to drink, exotic cocktails such as a Sidewinders Fang, Bamboo Bomber and Zombies were perfect accompaniments to the food. My last visit was during my bachelor party in 1983, and shortly thereafter we relocated out of state. Many years later, during a business trip, I hoped to re-visit the Lanai, but sadly it had been torn down and replaced by a video rental store......what a terrible waste. I've always missed the wonderful escapism that Tiki cuisine represents, and was delighted to discover this book while perusing Amazon during a slow day at work. Within the pages, you'll find great drink recipes (some I can vouch for already!) and a lot of tasty sounding finger foods as well, though I haven't yet had my first full scale Tiki party yet to try them out. If you've ever been to and enjoyed a Tiki restaurant, I'm sure you'll like this book.
    2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    4.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential book for entertaining 17 avril 2012
    Par M. Oberhausen - Publié sur
    There are many books out there with a few Tiki cocktail recipes in them but few delve into the culture of Tiki. I'm a closet Tiki drinker with a Hawaiian shirt collection who will host a party in the back yard every once in awhile and this book is my go-to guide. The drink and food recipes here are easy and fun with room for tweaks of your own. There are many guides, how-to's and side notes on techniques and recipes. You can become quite the amateur bartender/cook/host. The cultural references and history inside clear up a lot of myths on what a Tiki drink is and how the one you are typically getting at you local bar and restaurant may not be it. The only thing I have to say that keeps this item from getting a 5-star rating is that it has a little too many references to Trader Vic's Brand products. His bar and restaurants are some of the best out there but I'd stay away from his pre-made mixes in the recipes and just stick to making everything from scratch.
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