Yay! The full version of Miss Trivia came out today! Filled to the brim with 5000 drink related questions, difficulty levels, categories, single or multi-player options, and fun faux prizes. There are a few kinks to work out that bother me, but it will be updated by next week. Simply tap the App Store icon on your iPhone/iTouch and “search” Miss Trivia or Cheryl Charming to find it. Then download. You can also download from iTunes on your computer. If you like it then leave a review! More questions will be added as time goes by.
I also wanted everyone to know that Tales of the Cocktail just put their tickets up for sale. I will post more on Tales, but first, if you plan to attend, I wanted you to start thinking about reserving a spot for a Spirited Dinner because they fill up very fast (only a limited amount of spaces are available to keep the dinners intimate). It’s Thursday, July 9, 2009 at 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM.
What is it?
Each Spirited Dinner will have a distinctive menu with a range of cuisine from appetizers to desserts, served along with extraordinary cocktails of all variations and flavors. At each spirited dinner, a team of authors, mixologists, and bar-chefs have worked alongside New Orleans’ most prestigious restaurants to bring you a unique and exciting menu.
The Spirited Dinner restaurants include; Antoine’, Bacco, Bayona, Bombay Club, Bourbon House, Broussard’s, Café Adelaide, Calcasieu, CURE, Emeril’s Delmonico, GW Fins, Iris, La Cote Brasserie, Maximo’s, MILA, Morton’s, Muriel’s, Palace Café, Pelican Club, Redfish Grill, Restaurant August, Rio Mar, Wolfe’s in the Warehouse, Wolfe’s of New Orleans, and Zoë.
I chose The Pelican Club, so if you want to eat with me then call the restaurant at 504-523-1504 during the day to make a reservation. It’s $100 and includes tax and gratuity.
The Chef is Richard Hughes and the Bar Chefs are the incredible BarMagic team headed up up Tobin Ellis. Tobin is most recently recognized for being chosen the bartender (in all of America) to challenge celebrity Chef, Bobby Flay on his Food Network TV show, Throwdown with Bobby Flay. Just check out this Cocktail & Food menu that will be served below! I love it!
2009 Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Dinner
Bar Chefs: John Hogan, Kristen Schaefer, Tobin Ellis
– First Course –
Zaya Rum, Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur, Coconut, Fresh Lime,
Cane Syrup, Homemade Falernum, Orange Bitters
Hendrickʼs & Outlaw
Hendrickʼs Gin & Outlaw Brown Brazilian Tonic, Old-Fashioned NY-Style Seltzer, Fresh Lime
curried crab profiteroles/jamaican jerk chicken wings/conch fritters w sauce chien
– Second Course –
Plymouth Gin, Campari, Maraschino Liqueur infused w/ Smoked Pineapple,
Fresh Lemon, Egg White, Fee Brothers Aromatic Bitters
shrimp and scallop ceviche
– Third Course –
Macchu Pisco La Diablada Pisco, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur,
Fresh Lime Sour, Old-Fashioned NY-Style Seltzer
crayfish and white bean chili
Intermezzo: Lemon Ice w/ Habanero Peppers and frozen Partida Reposado Tequila
– Fourth Course –
Ham & Cheese Caipirinha (don’t be scared, it’s yummy the BarMagic Team says)
Tasso cured Cuca Fresca Cachaca, Fresh Lime, Cane Sugar, Grana Padano Cheese garnish
Argentinean style hangar steak w/ chimichurra sauce and shrimp and tasso stuffed mirliton
– Fifth Course –
(Guest’s Choice on Cocktail)
Martell Cognac, Sugar Cube, Peychaud Bitters, Kubler Absinthe Rinse, Lemon Twist
Pampero Rum, Castries Peanut Creme, Coconut, Cream, Angostura Bitters
tres leches cake wilt bruleed banana’s and 20 yr rum whipped cream