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By Ian Buxton

ISBN-10: 0755360834

ISBN-13: 9780755360833

A enjoyable and obtainable consultant to finishing an schooling in whiskey from a guy who is familiar with his hooch.

warding off the intentionally imprecise, the ridiculously constrained, and the absurdly dear, whiskey specialist Ian Buxton has scoured the cabinets of the world's whiskey warehouses to suggest an eclectic collection of outdated favorites, stellar rookies, and mystifyingly unknown drams that easily must be under the influence of alcohol. This witty, centred, and functional consultant isn't an awards checklist or an inventory of the one zero one "Best" whiskies on this planet within the opinion of a few self-appointed whiskey guru. It’s easily a consultant to a hundred and one whiskies that fanatics fairly needs to search out and try—love them or hate them—to whole their whiskey schooling. What's extra, it's either useful and sensible because it cuts throughout the litter, decodes the promoting hype, and will get instantly to the purpose; even if from India or the US, Sweden or eire, Japan or the hills, glens, and islands of Scotland—here are the one hundred and one whiskies that each whiskey fanatic must try out. Sláinte!

"Awesome sauce for even the slightest of whiskey nerds . . . thoroughly worthy determining up." —LiquorSnob.com

"An inspiring shuttle advisor and an schooling in scotch, whisky, whiskey, bourbon, rye and new make spirit." —CoolHunting.com

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Was this just to make a nice domed top, or was it also to lift the dough off the wet contents? It was essential for the coffin crust to be kept very dry or it would lose its preserving power. In William Salmon’s Family-Dictionary, or, Houshold Companion () he gives a recipe for a boar pie sealed with butter that ‘will, if it be not set in a very moist place, keep a  Wild boar pie. whole Year’. Keeping a meat pie for a whole year without refrigeration is a terrifying thought today, but it was such a common practice that we have to assume that most of the time consumers survived the experience.

Even a ‘rissole’ was once ‘a sort of minced pie’ that was usually fried (from the French rissoler, to fry brown). These adapted pie-words are the lucky ones – many more have completely disappeared. When was the last time you saw on a menu a chewet (a small round pie of finely chopped meat or fish, with spices and fruit, ‘made taller than a marrow pie’), a dowlet (a small pie of particularly dainty little tidbits), a herbelade or hebolace (a pie with a pork mince and herb mixture), a talemouse (a sort of cheesecake, sometimes triangular in shape) or a vaunt (a type of fruit pie)?

It was perfectly possible, of course, to obey the letter of the meatless law without actually being abstemious if one was so inclined. There was nothing maigre about some of the grand fish dishes produced for fast days. The author of The Compleat Cook () gave a recipe for carp pie enriched with the blood of the carp and the flesh of a fat eel, and ended with the comment that ‘this is meat for a Pope’. A French cookbook of  provided the following recipe – surely the ultimate in fish pie exotica – but nevertheless quite correct for a day of abstinence:  Medieval kitchen with a large rabble of people and several examples of pies and pasties.

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