Everyday SHAKESPEARE
Where Bard Meets Life

Shakespeare, Not Stirred is the perfect gift for that friend of yours who fancies himself a lofty intellectual but actually, when you get right down to it, just loves to drink.”

—Rachel Dratch of SNL and author of Girl Walks into a Bar

 

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ABOUT SHAKESPEARE, NOT STIRRED

 

In Shakespeare, Not Stirred, two professors mix equal parts booze and Bard to help you through your everyday dramas. It’s like having Shakespeare right there in your living room, downing a great drink and putting your crappy day in perspective. So get out your cocktail shaker and lend him your ears.

 

Each original cocktail and hors d’oeuvre recipe connects Shakespeare’s characters to life’s daily predicaments:

 

   • Drown your sorrows after a workplace betrayal with Othello’s Green-Eyed Monster

   • Distract yourself from domestic drama with Kate’s Shrew-driver or Cleopatra’s Flings in a Blanket

   • Recapture your youth with Puck’s Magic ’Shrooms

   • Mark a romantic occasion with Beatrice and Benedick’s Much Ado About Frothing

 

Featuring classic images from the Folger Shakespeare Library (hilariously doctored to feature some hard-partying Shakespearean protagonists) and Mini-Bards you can raid for extra context and commentary, Shakespeare, Not Stirred is a completely intoxicating experience.

 

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“A perfect combination of delicious Shakespeare, delectable food and delightful drinks. Falstaff would heartily approve!”

–Ian Doescher, New York Times bestselling author of the William Shakespeare's Star Wars series

 

“Shakespeare famously wrote, "Better a tipsy witty fool than a foolish tipless wit’… or something like that. Regardless, if you want to laugh, maybe get a little tipsy, and actually learn a thing or two about The Bard’s works, Shakespeare, Not Stirred will more than hit the spot.”

–Christopher Monks, editor of McSweeney’s Internet Tendency

 

“I love a good cocktail and have loved Shakespeare since high school and I’m always wanting to try new things (in the case of cocktails) and trying to remember the plot twists (in the case of Shakespeare). Reading Shakespeare, Not Stirred gave me both–wonderful new cocktails to try and an amazing refresher English lit class by two women who happen to be English professors and incredibly funny.  I’m now thinking of starting a regular book club/cocktail party to go through all the plays…and drinks.”

–Rosalind Wiseman, New York Times bestselling author of Queen Bees and Wannabees

 

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