Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

NOV-DEC 2018

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Page 40 of 135 39 bib 'li' o 'taph, [bib-lee-uhtaf, -tahf ]: a person who caches or hoards books For those who've had the experience of aimlessly wandering a wine shop, bewildered and overwhelmed by what to choose, this book is for you. Curated by a wine expert, this easy-to-follow guide presents 36 bottles (three per month) to try, and explains in laymen's terms why each is worth drinking. Paul Zitarelli—36 Bottles of Wine: Less is More with 3 Recommended Wines Per Month Plus Seasonal Recipe Pairings— hardcover, 208 pages, Sasquatch Books ( In Wine Food, natural wine bar and winery owner Dana Frank teams up with author Andrea Slonecker to showcase 75 recipes expertly paired with delicious wines and the reasons the flavors complement one another. Dana Frank & Andrea Slonecker—Wine Food: New Adventures in Drinking and Cooking—hardcover, 256 pages, Lorena Jones Books ( Organized by spirit, each chapter presents creative and fresh cocktails that only require a sole spirit paired with fresh ingredients easily sourced from the grocery. Maggie Hoffman— e One-Bottle Cocktail: More an 80 Recipes with Fresh Ingredients and a Single Spirit—hardcover, 192 pages, Ten Speed Press ( Ron Cooper, founder of Del Maguey mezcal, is widely credited for popularizing mezcal in the United States. In this deeply personal book Cooper profiles various producers of the distinctively smoky Mexican liquor, made from the agave plant, and details the nuances of mezcal's varietals. Ron Cooper and Chantal Martineau—Finding Mezcal: A Journey into the Liquid Soul of Mexico with 40 Cocktails—hardcover, 272 pages, Ten Speed Press (

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