Yep, that’s a baby back rib garnish.
Consomme gets boozy on this woodsy adventure.
Spike your Jewish Penicillin with a shot of gin.
Whoa: applejack, cider and a shot of stock.
Your favorite Chinese takeout in boozy form.
Adapted from the 1939 classic cocktail book The Gentleman’s Companion by Charles H. Baker, the original cocktail nods to the drink’s Navy roots, suggesting that the excess bitters “go back in the bottle, on the floor or out the porthole or window, depending upon who, where and what we are.”
Pomelos—large thick-skinned citrus fruits—are easy to find in Asian markets. But grapefruit works just as well in this refreshingly fizzy drink. Brad Goocher, the beverage director at Charleston, S.C.’s Le Farfalle, also makes a mocktail version of the drink with three ounces of juice and one ounce each of honey and cream.