Drink like Don Draper.
Is anymore copy really needed?
This cookbook, by Judy Gelman and Peter Zheutlin, allows drinkers to experience the world of hit TV series Mad Men through the glass. For those who haven’t watched the show, it’s the world of advertising executives in 1960s New York City, when they only thing more potent than the booze was the copy created.
Within these 288 pages, Mad Men fans and drink lovers can find recipes from 1960s New York City bars featured in the show like Sardi’s and The Grand Central Oyster Bar. Coupled with the recipes, fans are treated to reviews of the show’s plot line, as well as back stories related to the featured drinks, restaurants and time period.
Get this book and fire up the Netflix. This cookbook brings a whole new meaning to binge-watching.