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According to Ian Fleming in "Casino Royale," this is REALLY what James Bond drank; "vodka martini, shaken not stirred" is a shorthand for this. It's impossible to make a true Vesper today, as Kina Lillet was discontinued in the 80's, but according to Esquire magazine, this is the best possible approximation. (In "Casino Royale," Bond ordered this with Gordon's gin, but today, Gordon's is a low-class brand and should be substituted with something appropriately high-toned.) The recipe also calls for a pinch of quinine powder, if you happen to have any. The golden-colored Lillet Blanc will make this rather yellower than one might expect from a martini...

Recipe #334374

5 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

From Top Secret Recipes Irish whiskey mixed with cream and sugar with a taste of coffee, chocolate, vanilla and almond. What more could you ask for. Original posted by Mom at Allrecipes

Recipe #149749

From Everyday Food.

Recipe #327472

Adapted from a recipe by HJacoby at

Recipe #327312

Adapted from a recipe by Jeaninah on For a more tropical flavor, use coconut rum (such as Malibu) instead of vodka.

Recipe #323420

From a recipe distributed by the Stew Leonards grocery store. Other fruits might include limes, berries, peach slices, apple slices and seedless grapes.

Recipe #322947

Love this drink!

Recipe #231513

From "Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger" episode "The Starting Line."

Recipe #321524

A great breakfast or snack. 2 Weight Watchers points on Flex, and it's free if you're on Core.

Recipe #127389

I stole this by modifying Recipe #139939 for a diabetic friend. Edited 10/19/08 based on reviewer's comments.

Recipe #236889

A sweet-and-slightly-sour mint drink, this can be traced back to 16th century Persia. Other herbs, like thyme, lavender or rosemary may be substituted for different flavors.

Recipe #126517

A recipe from my friend Roy Heflin. Note that the recipe calls for blackberries so as to generate a useful nutritional panel (RZ doesn't have nutritional data for the generic "berries"), but any cane berry (blackberry, raspberry, loganberry, boysenberry, marionberry) as well as blueberries can be used in this recipe, as can a mixture of any of them. Frozen berries work fine, as long as they are not pre-sweetened.

Recipe #102098

This is a tart, sweet, ever-so-slightly bitter liqueur reminicent of the Italian Doppio Cedro.

Recipe #102266

A variation on several mango lassi recipes on this site. I combined a couple of things that looked good, and it came out delicious.

Recipe #124718

Based on a recipe from Sir Hugh Plat's "Delightes for Ladies" (1609), although he wouldn't have used vanilla or allspice, which are both New World foods and not commonly found in Europe until after 1750.

Recipe #102005

My own variation on this Thai classic, made low-fat and sugar-free. Prep time does not include time to chill.

Recipe #298457

This is a recipe my family uses from time to time when in dire need of comfort from a rotten cold. Helps you sleep, the rum settles your aches and pains, and the lemon and spices help open up breathing passages.

Recipe #145491

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