Wild Drinks & Cocktails: Handcrafted Squashes, Shrubs, Switchels, Tonics, and Infusions to Mix at Home Paperback – Nov 1 2015
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About the Author
Emily Han is a Los Angeles-based forager, wildcrafter, drink maker, and history lover on a mission to bridge modern-day herbalism and beverages. She is an expert in food preservation and apprenticed with the acclaimed cocktail chef Matthew Biancaniello. She blogs at EmilyHan.com and is the founder of LA Food Swap and co-founder of Food Swap Network. She was a longtime contributor at The Kitchn and she has been interviewed by New York Times, Sunset Magazine, BBC News Magazine, Boston Globe, LA Weekly, Yoga International, and Urban Farm, among others.
"Emily Han brings a wealth of knowledge on foraging and fermentation to Wild Drinks and Cocktails with inventive and vibrant, but easy to prepare, recipes for traditional oxymels, shrubs and homemade sodas. Wild Drinks and Cocktails is both unique and approachable." - Jennifer McGruther, Nourished Kitchen
"Emily offers readers an accessible and beautiful volume packed with years of dedicated research, hands-on experience and teaching the art of crafting with wild and cultivated plants. This book will surely be a go-to for gardeners, beginning wildcrafters, herbalists and all people who enjoy capturing the bounty of nature in unique beverages to sip and share." - Kate Payne, The Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking & The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen
"Expert forager and wildcrafter Emily Han has crafted a collection of recipes that transforms backyard weeds, feral fruit, and even the nuts from your neighbor's tree into an array of infusions, decoctions, and liqueurs that are useful, nourishing, and delicious. Truly, this magical book will forever alter the way you interact with the natural world that is all around you." Marisa McClellan, Food in Jars
"An excellent companion volume to Ashley English's Quench, this beautifully photographed work will be a boon to both imbibers and teetotalers with adventurous palates and an interest in unusual ingredients." - Library Journal