Author Archives: Kay Cooks

This Just In…

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Big Thanks…

… to The Earlybird and The Handbook for such a lovely opening review for Make Mine A Martini. Very touched. If you haven’t paid them a visit yet for their bang-up-to-the-minute latest on what’s happening in London, you really should. K … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Rum

When it comes to rum, I owe a huge debt to my husband Fred. Apart from him plucking me off the dusty singleton shelf where I had sat for too long and being a marvellous barman, he is also Jamaican. Therefore rum, not blood, … Continue reading

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Martini Extras!

It turns out that, not unlike a generously poured third or fourth cocktail, Make Mine A Martini is a book with overspill, and there’s all kinds of fun stuff I couldn’t quite squeeze in between its covers. So I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Out Today!

Incredibly excited not only to turn 50 today, but to see Make Mine A Martini hit the shelves too. Make my day and go buy a copy!! K xx

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The Lost Art Of The Cocktail Party

The lovely people at A Little Bird have asked me to write a guest blog on The Lost Art Of The Cocktail Party. Enjoy! K xx

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Missing My Boy

As you can probably imagine if you read the news, I’ve been thinking about Thailand a lot this past week, and therefore missing my beautiful boy Bo-That more than usual. So I was delighted to find this little piece of … Continue reading

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Out Now!

… and featuring a recipe from Yours Truly! K xx

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Oh I Do Like Some Seeds Beside The Seaside!

British chillies have come in late this year. Our cold spring ensured that the plants took a while to wake up and flower, but now they’re in with a vengeance. So if you’re looking for something exciting to tantalise your … Continue reading

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