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The right tools make mixing drinks easier, but some tasks simplycanât be done without the right gizmo. â¢ Boston Shaker: Two-piece set comprised of a mixing glass and a slightly larger metal container that acts as a cover for the mixing glass â¢ Barspoon: Long-handled, shallow spoon with a twisted handle used for stirring drinks. â¢ Hawthorne Strainer: Perforated metal top for the metal half of a
Boston shaker, held in place by a wire coil. Serves as a strainer. â¢ Julep Strainer: Perforated, spoon-shaped strainer used in conjunc- â¢ Cocktail Shaker: Metal pitcher with a tight-fitting lid, under which sits a strainer. While styles vary widely, the popular retro-style pitcher has a handle as well as a spout thatâs sealed with a twist-off â¢ Electric Blender: Absolutely necessary to make frozen drinks, puree fruit, and even crush ice for certain recipes. â¢ Cutting Board: Either wood or plastic, it is used to cut fruit upon for garnishes. â¢ Paring Knife: Small, sharp knife to prepare fruit for garnishes. â¢ Muddler: Looks like a wooden pestle, the flat end of which is used to crush and combine ingredients in a serving glass or mixing glass. â¢ Grater: Useful for zesting fruit or grating nutmeg. â¢ Corkscrew: There are a myriad of styles from which to choose:
Professionals use the âWaiterâs Corkscrew,â which looks like a pen- knife, the âScrew-Pull,â or the âRabbit Corkscrew.â The âWinged
Corkscrew,â found in most homes, is considered easiest to use but often destroys the cork. â¢ Citrus Reamer: Essential for juicing fruit, it comes in two styles: either the strainer bowl with the pointed cone on top, or the wooden handle with the cone attached, which must be used with a strainer. â¢ Jigger: Helpful for precise measuring (though professionals just count out the ounces in seconds silently), it is usually two v-shaped metal cups conjoined at the narrow end, one end measuring ounce, the other 11âounces. â¢ Ice Bucket with Scoop and Tongs: A bar without ice is like a car without gas. Use the scoopânever the glassâto gather ice in a mixing
How to Muddle
Muddling is a simple mashing technique for grinding herbs, such as mint, smooth in the bottom of a glass. You can buy a wooden mud- dler in a bar-supply store. It crushes the herbs, much as the blunt handle of a wooden spoon might, without scarring your glassware.
Pitchers of cocktails need at least seconds of stirring to mix properly. Carbonated mixers in drinks do much of their own stirring
Pour drinks as soon as you make them or they will wilt. Leftovers should be discarded or they will be too diluted by the time you get to
When making a batch of drinks at once, set up the glasses in a row.
Pour until each glass is half-full, and then backtrack until the shaker is empty. That way everyone gets the same amount, thoroughly mixed.
Creating a rainbow effect in a glass with different-colored cordials requires a special pouring technique. Simply pour each liqueur slowly over an inverted teaspoon (rounded side up) into a glass. Start with the heaviest liqueur first. (Recipes will give proper order.) Pour slowly.
The rounded surface of the spoon will spread each liqueur over the one beneath without mixing them. You can accomplish the same trick using a glass rod. Pour slowly down the rod.
The Secret of Flaming
The secret of setting brandy (or other high-alcohol spirits) aflame is first to warm it and its glass until almost hot. You can warm a glass by holding it by its stem above the flame or electric coil on your stove until the glass feels warm. (Avoid touching the glass to the flame or
Next, heat to ounces of brandy in a saucepan above the flame (or in a cooking pan). When the brandy is hot, ignite it with a match.
Using Fruit and Fruit Juices
Whenever possible, use only fresh fruit. Wash the outside peel before using. Fruit can be cut in wedges or in slices. If slices are used, they should be cut about 1â4-inch thick and slit toward the center to fix slice on rim of glass. Make sure garnishes are fresh and cold.
When mixing drinks containing fruit juices, always pour the liquor last. Squeeze and strain fruit juices just before using to ensure fresh- ness and good taste. Avoid artificial, concentrated substitutes. peel around the rim of the glass to deposit the oil on it. Then twist the peel so that the oil (usually one small drop) will drop into the drink.
Then drop in the peel. The lemon oil gives added character to the cocktail, which many prefer.
Cut the seal neatly around the neck with a sharp knife just below the top. Peel off, exposing the cork. Wipe off the cork and bottle lip.
Insert the corkscrew and turn until the corkscrew is completely inside the cork. With a steady pull, remove the cork. If the cork crumbles or
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The mid-holiday retail trade has been fairly good.
As the wholesalers’ trade depends upon the quantity and “after-Christmas” sales, glass manufacturers are confident that business will start off well. A fair ready for the trade, the manufacturers are looking forward to a big business this month. Reports from all parts of the country are to the effect that stocks were fairly cleaned out during the holiday season,
The First National Bank Building of this city has lost its grip as the local centre for supply houses, two of the concerns which have bad offices there for years having removed to the Potters’ Building & Sav- fect” plain dinner shape in nearly two score decora- tions, quite a number of which are exclusive. The shortage in popular lines The jobbers have done well also, for a good many retailers had bought rather lightly early in the fall for fear of a slump in wholesalers to help them out and enable them to keep at least fairly well stocked to the end. The weather was especially kind to the Pacific Coast deal- ers and continued clear and delightful, enabling buy-
Francisco, have added a crockery and glass depart- cluding staple lines of household and hotel crockery and glassware. The company will make no attempt to carry fancy lines or cut glass in the new depart- ments. This concern has just bought out the old- rooms of the Anglo-American Importing Co. The main floor has been enlarged and is now 90×170 feet.
James Guild, well known in Honolulu as the manager of the household departments of E. O. Hall ness on College avenue on Saturday, Dec. 30, 1882, and retired twenty-nine years later on the same day
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Such regulation with government supervision and in-
An intimate knowledge of ihe requirements of a man- ufacturing business would enable a proper and equit- able adjustment of the tariff to give that protection only which the government regulated manufacturer or cor- poration would have a right to demand. It would lead to a promotion and extension of foreign as well >. tnestic trade awl the provision of better means of trans- portation. The troublesome labor disputes would be- come a thin^ of the past, and, while labor organizations portant factors than at present. They would not be- come mere peddlers of goods. It would be necessary for them to become intimately acquainted with the process of manufacture; to study the requiremerr
Workmen employed in the fabrication of goods would have an inducement to improve in skill and production, which no union or organization could curb, because of the increased demand for such proficiency. In fact, throughout the whole course of business the personal equation would be a greater factor than ever before, and brains, integrity, organization, management, improve- ment, skill and individual effort, would be the essentials of success, and those who live by copying the goods of which are wrecked on the shoals for want of a mariner of foresight, energy and integrity.
While the time for this panacea of the evils of today is not at hand, and, while other evils we know nothing of may then confront us, it is self-evident that the same
Why not devote some of our time and effort to the improvement and upbuilding of this association? Aside from the material benefit to its members, the social fea- tures of such an occasion as this may be made so at-
Occurring annually at a time when the hotels of this city are filled with the beautiful exhibits of manufac-
It could, if desired, be made the forum for interesting
I owe you an apology for having come here this even- ing so very late, but I was a creature of a great many unfortunate circumstances today, and I am a living evidence to the fact of the old story told about an Eng- preacher floundering in the water. One said to the other: “It is only the preacher. He is not wanted until next Sunday anyhow. \\ e can now go ahead.”
I began to work this morning at seven o’clock, gentle- men, anil sent out from home today forty-eight let- ters. was called to the bedside of a sick man shortly after lunch, and had to spend two hours and a half in an attempt to transplant an idea that was worrying him, and to induce another idea that might give him some mental peace. I was then called to the house of a friend who was having’ a picture painted, and who would not purchase it until I had passed judgment upon it. I then went to the house of a member of my con- gregation whose sister had died yesterday. While there
learned of the death of another young friend, son of a member of my congregation, and had to pay three en lis to offer my sympathy and condolence. From there
I had to go to an engagement party where I took a bite, and from there I came here, and after I leave you to- night I have to do my day’s work before I go to bed.
We have heard a very instructive address and the
Chairman here has intimated that he wanted an enter- taining address from me. Now, boys, sitting as I do, facing Pete Rinkin, I am impressed with the idea that if I were to attempt to make an entertaining address here to-night I should simply tell you the story of Pete’s life. If I were to follow up the lines of Brother Levy and endeavor to deliver to-night an instructive ad- dress I should discuss literature, because that is my forte, but I find here at the head of the second page of the menu a quotation from Browning that is attributed to Alexander Pope. The reflection is entirely on the distinguished I ‘resident of this association.
am supposed to say something about the prospects tit 1912, and if I take a too hopeful view of those pros- pects I want to prove to you that we have a right to be hopeful on the threshhold of a new year. I have already established a historical fact; that hope has been spring- ing eternal in the human breast as far back at least as 173on New Year’s Day, and my friends if hope is not springing eternal in your breast to-night it is prob- ably because you haven’t a human breast. We have all made our mistakes in 191, and we have all pledged ourselves that we don’t repeat those mistakes. We have charged them all into profit and loss account of human experience. The books are closed. The ledgers clean, and I suppose that every good man is keen to get started in 191with a Pandora box full of hope and good intentions, and you needn’t be discouraged by that other historical fact that that other celebrity takes :
Mr. Chairman, this audience of yours is very much mixed, and it is going to require a very fine type of diplomacy on my part to discuss the prospects here to- night because, Mr. Chairman, business prospects are very much involved in politics, and how am I going to discuss business without discussing politics, and how a a I v\ ing to discuss politics without treading on a lot of corns, bunions and ingrown nails? I can remember the good old days when an intelligent audience of this size was made up in the proportion of about nine re- publican patriots to one degenerate democrat who re- fused to acknowledge the error of his ways, but nowa-
I want to say in all seriousness in this distinguished presence that things are not as bad as they look ; per- haps I had rather say that they are not as bad as they listen, because there is really a big noise, but believe me there is nothing the matter with business to-day, but noise, and there has been nothing the matter with busi- ness for the last four years but noise. There was a time recently that I was inclined to take a gloomy view of the outlook. When I believed that business was in the grip of politics, and had the life just about choked out of it. When it seemed to me that only a few of the old fashioned men remained in Congress. Those old men who clung to the antiquated notion that a big suc- cessful business had a right to exist under the United
States government, and those few men had become so unpopular that the newspapers had quit printing their initials in capitals letters. It seemed to me that the ma- jority of the people in Congress and of those out of it were demanding that modern business methods of cen- doomed and damned and dissembled and dumped into the discards, and those same people that were making those demands were the ones who had carried their blvd antagonism to business so far that they had even dared to attack the Supreme Court because it had re- fused to enter this campaign of destruction. Those same people in their rank inconsistency were the ones that w ere starting the cry all over the country : “What’s the matter with business?” It seemed to me that the soda’ist party was the outgrowth of that eruption. I could name right here to-night men of national promi- nence of much greater prominence than they deserve who»e very public utterances are but insidious thrusts al the \itals of business. Men who assume to direct and legislate and govern business; that believe me don’t know any more about the fundamental principles of the science of business than a hog knows of astronomy. But every dog has his day, and I miss my guess if it isn’t getting long towards evening for the agitator. I be- lieve that the vespers are beginning to ring on that gen- tleman. There is no doubt but that he will keep up the noise. It is just possible that in the presidential year that noise will increase because we may feel perfectly sure that the radicals in all parties will vie with each other in their burning denunciations of the “malefac- tors of great wealth,” and their idea of a malefactor is any man who has accumulated just enough to employ they will saw the air, and tear their hair, and they will sweat grease and gore in declaring against the iniquity of the trusts and of the interests, and their notion of a trust is any old industry that employs a hundred men or more, and an interest in anything under the sun that >ou want to take a swat at. They will conjure up in their hectic imaginations a pottery trust and a glass trust, and a lot of other fictitious trusts, and then they will sail into those imaginary trusts blindly just as Don
Quixote sailed into the wind mill. This persecution of honest business is beginning to become a chestnut. The novelty is wearing off, and this is going to be an off year with the clapper tongue calamity howler. That gentle- man has been hollering “Wolf, Wolf” for four years, and has any of you ever found where he has discovered or caught or proved a “Wolf?” The people are be- coming tired of being drawn away from peaceful occu- pations to beat the bushes for wolves where they find only rabbits. They are becoming tired of this incessant warfare against honest business, and it is beginning to
Gentlemen, it is time that the swords’ that have been used in this silly industrial warfare shall be changed into plowshares and people shall get back to raising beans instead of raising Cain. Because, after all, the people have only been cutting themselves, and that is just the reason that I say to you tonight that better times are coming, and I believe that the splendid energy of the workers is beginning to prevail over the noise of the knockers, and while we may not expect an imme- diate and complete recovery (we have been hit too hard for that), we can reasonably expect a gradual return to healthy business conditions. Now it is my deliberate belief that perhaps the rate of recovery may be modi- fied by the result of the election next November. Nev- ertheless, I don’t believe that the improvement will be materially retarded no matter which way that election cat jumps. It may be one year, two years or three years before we arrive at the full vigor and momentum of
1906, but we will have the pleasant sensation, fellers, of getting warmer all the time, and summing it up my view of the situation is just this: W T e have a right to be hopeful. We have a right to believe that this year will be better than last, and unless all signs fail we shall this country, and was of a statistical character. Follow- ing arc some of the excerpts from his address: “It would be tedious and perhaps somewhat uninter- esting to trace the various phases of glass manufacture down through the intervening centuries, but in passing it might be well to state that the 14th and 15th centuries seemed to have reached the acme of art production in stained glass windows. The Italians and French being especially in the forefront. Little of importance seems
Total value, Pittsburgh district 22,273,000 or by tonnage about one-third of the total glass pro- duction of the.United States. In considering these fig-
The next speaker was Mr. W. A. Donkin, secretary of the Pittsburgh Industrial Development Commission.
Mr. Donkin outlined in detail the object of the Pitts- burgh Industrial Commission, explaining the great amount of good that is done to the various industries in road. Some few are still awaiting the arrival of the
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So, TOP3 of Pousse Cafe Glasses
- №1 — Pousse Cafe Crystal Glasses
- №2 — HIC Bar Spoon Cocktail Mixing Spoon, 18/8 Stainless Steel, 12-Inches
- №3 — Bar Spoon Cocktail Mixing Spoon, 18/8 Stainless Steel, Spiraled Handled, 12-Inches, Set of 2