Author(s): Victoria Glass
Nothing sings of pure indulgence like supping a chocolate thickshake through a straw, the ice cream melting and oozing down the side of a cool soda glass. Add a little bourbon to take that taste to the top! Or perhaps your favourite is a frothy frappe or a fizzy float? Recreate milkshake bar classics with a boozy twist and experiment with inspired new creations in your own home with this delightfully irreverent book. For a nostalgic option, turn to The Candy Bar chapter which is full of brilliant blends: from a Drunken S'mores shake to a Peanut Butter Cup showstopper. Indulgent recipes from The Cake Shop such as Key Lime Pie and Black Forest Frappe that take treats to the next level. The Cocktail Shaker includes recipes for an Aztec Margarita, a Dark & Stormy ice cream float and an Amaretto Sour shake. While fun recipes in Shake, Rattle & Roll are perfect for the rock star in all of us - from The Elvis, a banana and peanut-rich boozy shake with spiced rum to a tropical delight that will inspire your friends to start sipping on Pina Colada...Whatever your choice, these recipes make a perfect pick-me-up.
Victoria Glass is the author of 'Boutique Wedding Cakes' (978-1-84975-263-3), 'Deliciously Vintage' (978-1-84975-486-6), which has sold over 4,000 copies since publication in April 2014, and 'Baking Mash-up' (978-1-84975-558-0). She is a professional cook and food writer and has contributed to various publications, including the Evening Standard, Gluten-free Magazine and Hello! Her bespoke celebration cake business, Victoria's Cake Boutique, was launched in 2008 and provides beautiful, tailor-made designs. Her celebrity clients include Miranda Hart, Zach Braff, The Princes' Trust and The Royal British Legion. She writes the popular blog, 'Alphabet Soup', which documents her journey to cook her way through the alphabet in one year: victorias-alphabet- soup.blogspot.com. In 2013, she launched Milk & Sugar, an afternoon tea 'supperclub', with fellow author, Milli Taylor and is currently the writer in residence at The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre. She lives in London, UK.