Southside fizz

Southside fizz

By
Benny Roff
Contains
26 recipes
Published by
Hardie Grant Books
ISBN
9781743790106

Estimates place the income of Al Capone’s organisation anywhere between $60 million and $108 million for the year 1927 alone.

Despite the fact that he bombed any bar that wouldn’t buy his beer and routinely machine-gunned his enemies or beat them to death with baseball bats, he was well liked by ordinary people.

The Southside probably wasn’t named after Chicago’s South Side, nor drunk by Capone’s gang. But its likely history of being named after a country club for rich eggs in Long Island just doesn’t have the same gangster romance.

A collection of coolers, rickeys and fizzes (or tall, refreshing drinks).

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