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Hurray! A "cookbook" I will use.
More seriously, this is a wonderful book with the talents of three very interesting and knowledgable women. The book itself is beautifully done; the recipes are both industry gems and local favorites without requiring a lot of exotic equipment or ingredients if you have basic bar supplies. At least local to me, so I could be prejudiced.
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This is one of the books I got last night at a bourbon tasting and symposium. There's a video interview with author by local news station at http://www.whas11.com/great-day-live/video/Susan-Reigler-author-of-Kentucky-Bourbon-Country-222344351.html if anyone is curious.
A very interesting author who is also an entomologist (no, that's not a typo; that's her M.A. degree and she studies insects including writing an odd study of moths and bourbon).
About the time I was interning (decades ago), she was also a food critic for our local paper (The Courier-Journal) who nagged the editor every time The Washington Post and other publications covered bourbon and distillery news. So she jokes that she suddenly got paid not just to eat out once a week but also to do some drinking. Her weekly drinks column ...
The roads some of us travel!