A book and a matching drink…

Many women’s magazines feature some sort of book recommendations, and More magazine takes it one step further:  their feature, called “Eat, Drink, Read”, showcases not only a discussable book, but a custom cocktail to go with it.  You can enjoy a “Little Miss Princess” cocktail with Peggy Orenstein’s Cinderella Ate My Daughter, or perhaps a “Swamplandia! Cocktail” (an interesting concoction of cucumber, kiwi, lime, Chartreuse and rum) to go with Swamplandia! by Karen Russell.  There are food recipes as well, but really, isn’t it all about the book and the drink?

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Rebecca Vnuk is the editor for Collection Management and Library Outreach at Booklist. She is also the author of 3 reader’s-advisory nonfiction books: Read On…Women’s Fiction (2009), Women’s Fiction: A Guide to Popular Reading Interests (2014), and Women’s Fiction Authors: A Research Guide (2009). Follow her on Twitter at @Booklist_RVnuk.

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