It certainly seems that many of the country's tipplers are marinating in speakeasy culture these days, but it’s a concept that Robert Heugel latched onto more than seven years ago, when he first started bartending. Continue...
An early American concoction created in 1732 by members of the State in Schuylkill Fishing Corporation, a Philadelphia men's club, this schnapps-spiked, rum-based punch—whose original purpose was to keep the fellows lubricated and refreshed—still satisfies.
Stewed, spiced black-eyed peas coated in a luminous yellow sauce, crimson-colored tomato curry thick with fried chickpea noodles, batter-fried banana slices, and various, char speckled flatbreads sit atop a sparkling silver platter, creating a stunning spectrum of color. This photo originally appeared in Issue
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