Category Archives: Steamdrunks

Steampunk Eggnog for Degenerate Time Travelers

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Grab your nerf gun and goggles, kids, because we’ve got a vintage version of your favorite excuse for December Day Drinking – Eggnog! The Victorians may have enjoyed ether sniffing parties, making wreaths from dead people’s hair, and grinding up Egyptian mummies to use in makeup, but even they found limited entertainment value in a roaring case of salmonella. Sugar

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Get Yourself Retro-Futuristicaly Tipsy With A FREE Copy of SteamDrunks

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My fine ladies and gentlemen! It is my humble honor to inform you SteamDrunks: 101 Steampunk Cocktails and Mixed Drinks is free for Kindle users today. You can enjoy your free copy on an actual Kindle or by downloading the free Kindle app for the iPad, iPhone, or your computer. These aren’t chemically laden vodka cocktails of dubious provenance. Instead,

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12 Days of Geekmas: Top 5 Gifts for Drunken Steampunks

12 Days of Geekmas - Top 5 Gifts for Drunken Steampunks

I happen to be co-host of FanboyTV‘s weekly live geek talk show, Fanservice. We’re counting down the 12 Days of Geekmas with a daily geek gift guide. Since I also happen to be your Kitchen Overlord, I squeezed five days of food related guides into the middle for your last minute shopping needs. If you’d like to see the rest,

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Charles Dickens Very Own Christmas Punch

Charles Dickens Christmas Punch

This is one of my favorite recipes in SteamDrunks: 101 Steampunk Cocktails and Mixed Drinks. First, it’s incredibly drinkable (unlike some of the bemusingly terrifying Victorian milk drinks). Second, it’s a perfect social drink on a dark winter night. Finally, who doesn’t love pretentious authors using any excuse to show off? Some things never change. 1/2 gallon bottled Mineral Water

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What Would the Founding Fathers Drink?

Philly Fish House Punch

This week, Kitchen Overlord is going old school in honor of Independence Day. How old, you ask? Well, if you really want to know what our founding fathers were drinking, how about some of Martha Washington’s once infamous Rum Punch or a cocktailized version of the Philadelphia Fish House Punch, both frequently enjoyed by our founding fathers. To say our

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