The unofficial and unauthorized book, allows you to dine Draper style and drink as Sterling does with over 70 recipes from the bars, restaurants and kitchens seen in Mad Men. If you have wanted to mix an Old Fashioned exactly how Don Draper drinks it or to be able to prepare a martini and Oyster Rockefellers in one of the favorite haunts of Roger Sterling; The Grand Central Oyster Bar then now’s your chance. The Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook ($10) takes you on a virtual journey through the culinary world that existed in New York during the Mad Men era. Packed with period detail and long forgotten delights this is a treat whether you are a huge fan of the show or not.
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