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Rachael's husband, John, stirs up a Negroni and martini combo that he adapted from The Fulton restaurant in New York City. Rach calls the cocktail "truly delicious," and it goes great with her Shrimp Parm.

Pro Tip from John: No offense to James Bond, he says, but he likes to stir, not shake, his martini. If you shake it, it gets all cloudy and doesn't look as pretty. Stirring takes a little longer for the drink to get cold, but it stays more translucent because you don't "bruise" the gin.

Speaking of James Bond, check out John's Vesper Martini, the first martini 007 ordered in Ian Fleming's 1953 book, Casino Royale (and the 2006 movie).


  • 2 ounces gin  
  • 2 ounces Green Chartreuse  
  • 1 ounce Luxardo 
  • 3 olives, for garnish


Serves: Makes 1 cocktail


Add all the ingredients to an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Stir to chill, then strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with the olives speared on a cocktail pick.

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