Quench

Handcrafted Beverages to Satisfy Every Taste and Occasion
From homemade root beer to hard cider, fresh-squeezed ginger lemonade to handcrafted Irish cream, do-it-yourself beverages are gaining interest and intrigue across the culinary spectrum. Professional mixologists and amateur home cooks alike are looking for beverages to inspire and satisfy, sourced from a variety of natural and seasonal ingredients. Quench offers the solution, covering the entire beverage range with hot, cold, fermented, infused, and cured offerings. There’s something here for every palate, occasion, and need. Quench promises to help you pour a glass of whatever it is you're thirsting for.
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Author Bio
Ashley EnglishAshley English has degrees in holistic nutrition and sociology. She has worked over the years with a number of nonprofit organizations committed to social and agricultural issues, is a member of Slow Food USA, and writes a regular column for the popular blog Design*Sponge, as well as a column for the quarterly publication Taproot. She is the author of four books in the Homemade Living series (Canning and Preserving, Keeping Chickens, Keeping Bees, Home Dairy), as well as A Year of Pies, all from Lark Crafts. Ashley and her family live in Candler, North Carolina, where they are converting their land into a thriving homestead. Follow their adventures at www.smallmeasure.com.
Details
Imprint: Roost
ISBN: 9781611801286
Publication Date: 09/22/2014
Page Count: 224
Size: 6.75 x 8.25
Praise

"Ashley English has done it again! From DIY Cola to Rose and Cardamom Soda, Throat Soother Tea, and Hard Cider, Ashley's recipes offer a level of detail and expertise that are hard to come by. Quench is an inspired and inspiring collection of recipes that I can't wait to make." —Molly Wizenberg, author of Delancey and A Homemade Life

"Thanks to Ashley English and her new book, beverages will never again be an afterthought. Quench is bursting with homemade sips (soft, hard, and in-between) that are certain to soothe the throat, slake a thirst, and stir one's spirit." —Marisa McClellan, author of Food in Jars

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