Sours are the taste of languid summer days: margaritas, daiquiris and pucker-y limed-up liquors. Lydia Reissmueller, who dreams up incredible cocktails and runs Tender Bar out of Portland, Oregon, gives us a few recipes to help you turn your favorite flavors into damn good sour cocktails.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
An inexpensive alternative to hand-carved wooden canoes was inevitable (thank you, Mad River), but it was the end of WWII that precipitated the rush. In terms of production, it was a perfect storm of war-accelerated technology and idle airplane factories. In terms of demand, there was a new perception of and importance placed on leisure after the war, with young marrieds and their families enjoying their hard fought freedoms.
Fishing, and so canoeing and boating, was one of the activities that exploded in the 1950s – just look at any Kodachrome collection you can find and damn me if every third plaid-shirted man isn’t holding up a string of trout or stripers with his son in tow.