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Claims To 'Inventing The First Cocktail':
1. It was invented by Betsy Flanaghan in 1776, during the American Revolution and was a mix of rum, rye and apple juice. Betsy served this drink to Washington's officers and it was called a cocktail because she dressed it with a rooster's feather.
2. An apothecary called Antoine Amedee Peychaud, invented mixed drinks in New Orleans around 1795. These drinks were made in an egg-cup or coqquetier in French.
English speakers eventually changed this to cocktay and then cocktail. The first known printed use of the word cocktail was in 1803; Farmer's Cabinet (Amherst, New Hampshire, April 28), "drank a glass of cocktail - excellent for the head."
Easy to follow steps for making perfect sushi
When it comes to preparing something delicious, inexpensive, and relatively good for you, I really have to recommend sushi. Sushi is a delightfully delicious bit of Japanese cuisine that can be really intriguing and satisfying to prepare yourself. Going out to sushi bars can be fun, but pricey. If you learn how to prepare your own sushi, you'll be able to save money, eat great and keep the kitchen cool in the summer, because don't forget-sushi uses RAW fish. That means no cooking, which means a nice cool kitchen :)
How to Embrace Change and Live your Dream - a New In-depth Coaching Book from Dr Nicola Bunting
Did you wake up this morning feeling confident, happy and focused about your day and where your life is heading or did you feel tired and apprehensive?
Sometimes the plans you’ve made for your life, your career, your relationships, your family and your finances can suddenly need dramatic adjustment.
Change is inevitable for all of us. It can lead to conflict, disappointment and crisis, or it can lead to exciting adventure, growth and new opportunity. Whether it’s ultimately fantastic or terrible largely depends on how we approach and handle it.
In Who Do You Want To Be?, Master Certified personal and executive coach Nicola Bunting has developed a holistic and practical step-by-step guide to get you through any kind of major change in your life.
Business in Red Shoes - the Successful Business Woman's Guide by Rebecca Jones
Rebecca Jones' new book Business in Red Shoes is a must-read for aspiring women entrepreneurs. It is a great book for women who are starting out in business.
Business in Red Shoes shows how you can have the business life, home life and business you want. It just needs planning and consideration, vision and determination.
Business in red shoes will enable you to plan, start and grow a business which suits you, your needs and your life.
"If you are a woman who is thinking about setting up a business and you don’t know where to start, this book is for you.
Turn Your Passion Into Profit -- Karen Williams shows you how to develop the business skills you need in the Secrets of Successful Coaches
Essential reading for coaches, NLP Practitioners, trainers, consultants and anyone who runs a service-based business
Every year, thousands of people train to be a life, business or executive coach but struggle to make a living. Although attracted to the profession, they are forced to give up as they cannot find enough clients to pay the bills. Even great coaches can not create the business they crave without the skills to run it successfully.
The Secrets of Successful Coaches is essential reading if you are struggling with: