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Porch Parties

Porch Parties

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With this charming guide to casual outdoor entertaining by Denise Gee, belle-of-the-ball author of Southern Cocktails, party and decorating ideas have never been more simple or inspiring. Gee and acclaimed photographer Bobby Peacock crisscrossed the U.S. photographing their favorite porches and dreaming up fresh, summery spins on classic Southern drinks, resulting in 50 recipes for everything from punches to cocktails—including several nonalcoholic sippers and 10 uncomplicated snacks. Grab a bottle, whip up some Tipsy Tea or Prosecco Martinis, and take the party outside!
With this charming guide to casual outdoor entertaining by Denise Gee, belle-of-the-ball author of Southern Cocktails, party and decorating ideas have never been more simple or inspiring. Gee and acclaimed photographer Bobby Peacock crisscrossed the U.S. photographing their favorite porches and dreaming up fresh, summery spins on classic Southern drinks, resulting in 50 recipes for everything from punches to cocktails—including several nonalcoholic sippers and 10 uncomplicated snacks. Grab a bottle, whip up some Tipsy Tea or Prosecco Martinis, and take the party outside!

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Published by: ChronicleBooks on Jan 29, 2010
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GUMBY
SLUMBER
My friend Elizabeth Harrell knows a thing or three about porch entertaining:her 1920s Tampa home has one of Hyde Park’s most hospitable verandas. That’seven more true when she’s serving her favorite drink from Little Palm IslandResort & Spa, midway between Key Largo and Key West. The drink was namedby one of the resort’s earliest bartenders, who noticed how the concoctionleaves guests in a Gumbylike (pliable) state, desirous to slumber in a hammock.Consider this a massage in a glass.Combine the juices and rums in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake well andstrain into a highball glass filled with ice. Garnish, if desired.
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½
OUNCES PINEAPPLE JUICE1
½
OUNCES CRANBERRY JUICE1
½
OUNCES ORANGE JUICE1
½
OUNCES SPICED RUM
(SEE NOTE)
1
½
OUNCES COCONUT-FLAVORED ORWHITE RUM
(SEE NOTE)GARNISH:
PINEAPPLE SLICE
(OPTIONAL)
NOTE:
LITTLE PALM ISLAND RESORT & SPA USESCAPTAIN MORGAN SPICED RUM AND CAPTAIN MORGANPARROT BAY RUM.
DO LL:
HAMMOCKS WEREDESIGNED BY EARLY LAIN AMERICANS O KEEP HEM-SELVES SAFE FROM SNAKES, INSECS, AND MUD AND WAER WHEN I RAINED.
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