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Caesars: The Essential Guide to Your Favourite Cocktail [Paperback]

Clint Pattemore
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June 17 2014
The Caesar is the iconic Canadian cocktail, shared on backyard patios and cocktail menus from coast to coast. Caesars is the ultimate guide to this Canadian classic, containing more than 50 unique recipes for Caesar variations, and 20 delicious food recipes to pair with them.
     Mounties, maple syrup, hockey... few things are as distinctly and proudly Canadian as the Caesar cocktail. First mixed nearly fifty years ago in Calgary, Alberta, the Caesar has grown to become one of the most popular cocktails across our great nation. With Canada Day just around the corner, what better way to enjoy the day than mixing Canada's top drink in celebration with your family and friends?
     For this colourful cookbook, Clint Pattemore, Chief Mixing Officer for Mott's Clamato, has teamed up with Top Chef alum Chef Connie De Sousa and Charcut Roast House co-owner Chef John Jackson. Together they have created a book for year round enjoyment, with recipes organised by season. From Caesar innovations like the Clamdigger, Gin & Ginger or Don Cherry, to the mouthwatering appetizers to accompany them, like Stuffed Meatballs, Sausage Sliders or Warm Pretzel Bites, you'll want to try every recipe in this vibrant, accessible collection.

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About the Author

CLINT PATTEMORE is the CMO (Chief Mixing Officer) at Mott's. He has been the Mott's brand ambassador since 2012.

CONNIE DE SOUSA began her culinary career at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, she then worked in restaurants in the US and Canada, including Jean Georges in NYC, Quince in San Francisco, and Chez Panisse in Berkeley. She is now co-owner of Charcut Roast House in Calgary.

JOHN JACKSON is began his culinary career at Calgary's award-winning Owl's Nest Dining Room, he then worked in restaurants in NYC and across Europe. He is now co-owner of Charcut Roast House in Calgary.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Last reviewer was a turd June 23 2014
By sam
The last review was complete garbage. If she's ever had a Caesar, she would know what's in it. Clamato! Yes MOTTS clamato IS WHAT MAKES A CAESAR you twit. See what I'm trying to tell you? MOTTS CLAMATO. They make it... Moots does.... The clamato.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome book! Aug. 7 2014
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Beautifully done book!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Why Pay For Product Placement? June 19 2014
I did not (and would not) purchase this "book" - and I am basing this review on the "Look Inside" feature - when the author is listed as "Canada Dry Motts Inc.", and every drink recipe in the book contains at least one Motts product name as a key ingredient. I thought that these kind of books/booklets were produced by the manufacturer as a marketing tool, and given away for FREE!

While I'm sure that the production values (quality of photographs, binding of the hard-copy version) are significant, I'm just not willing to pay $14.40 for a big ol' advertisement for Motts Clamato Cocktail and Motts Caesar Rimmer.

What were they thinking? And what was Amazon thinking for stocking this product?? (I'm only giving it a single star, because it won't be published with no stars - my actual rating is a ZERO for this book that should never have been produced.)
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