From Val’s Kitchen 2018 Holiday Gift Guide – Are You There God? It’s Me Margarita: More Cocktails with a Literary Twist
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Looking for the right gift for someone who enjoys entertaining in their home? This book serves up drink recipes with a side of humor, making it a great holiday gift.
- Series: A Tequila Mockingbird Book
- Hardcover: 144 pages
- Publisher: Running Press Adult (October 9, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0762464151
- ISBN-13: 978-0762464159
- Purchase on Amazon
Literature, puns, and alcohol collide in this clever follow-up to Tequila Mockingbird, the world’s bestselling cocktail recipes book.
Tim Federle’s Tequila Mockingbird has become one of the world’s bestselling cocktail books and resonated with bartenders and book clubs everywhere.
Now in this much anticipated follow-up, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margarita, Federle has shaken up 49 all-new, all-delicious drink recipes paired with his trademark puns and clever commentary on more of history’s most beloved books, as well as bar bites, drinking games, and whimsical illustrations throughout.
Fifty Shades of Grey Goose
The Handmaid’s Ale
Little Soused on the Prairie
Tender Is the Nightcap
A Room With Vermouth
Go Get a Scotch, Man
As I Lay Drinking
and much more!
About the Author
Tim Federle is the award-winning author of one of the world’s best-selling cocktail recipe books, Tequila Mockingbird, as well as the Hollywood-themed spin-off Gone with the Gin, and the novelty board book Hickory Daiquiri Dock. His most recent book, Life Is Like a Musical, is a guide to life based on his experiences on Broadway. Declared “a prolific scribe whose breezy wit isn’t bound to a single genre” by the Huffington Post, Tim also writes screenplays and novels. A native of San Francisco who grew up in Pittsburgh, Tim now divides his time between New York and the internet.