Lindsay Nader

Silly Rabbit
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For this herbal spiced juice cocktail, San Diego bartender Lindsay Nader collaborated with Dave Fernie, then manager of the Parisian-style club Pour Vous in L.A. Fernie named the drink Lapin Fou, which means "silly rabbit" in French.This recipe originally appeared in the Food & Wine 2016 Cocktails book.
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Beat It
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"I've always felt tequila had a natural affinity for superearthy ingredients," says San Diego bartender Lindsay Nader, who makes this refreshing cocktail with beets. "Try not to spill, because the stain can be more perilous than red wine!" she warns. Slideshow:  More Tequila Drinks 
Bargoens Buck
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PDT * ManhattanBols genever was first produced in Amsterdam in 1664. Lindsay Nader, who tested all of the drinks for F&W Cocktails 2011, created this cocktail as a nod to that era. "Bargoens" refers to a Dutch slang spoken in the 17th century, mainly by thieves and drifters. Plus:  Cocktail Recipes 
Nipo-Peruana
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Mixologist Lindsay Nader improves on the Midori Sour, which can be cloyingly sweet. To cut some of the intensity of the melon liqueur, she adds Peruvian pisco—a clear brandy distilled from grapes—along with lemon and lime juice.
Although Peru claims to have invented pisco, here mixologist Lindsay Nader prefers to use the Chilean pisco Kappa, with its citrus and honeysuckle aromas. She dry-shakes the ingredients (without ice) to incorporate the sweetened condensed milk, then serves the drink over ice. Plus:  More Great Cocktail Recipes