There's something just a little bit naughty about cooking with vodka. You tell someone there's vodka in their dinner or dessert and their eyes widen; their lips curl into a smile. An ordinary meal becomes an extraordinary event. Vodka bars have ignited a new culture throughout the UK and US and more and more people are drinking vodka at home. But did you know that vodka does wonderful things to food - in marinades, it tenderises meat, it is great for de-glazing pans and adding flavour, while in cream sauces it lowers the boiling point and so helps to prevent curdling. Inspired by his love for cooking, his years working in Moscow, and the best vodkas in the world (not necessarily in that order), John Rose has assembled over 100 uniquely invigorating recipes, from Chilli con Vodka to Glazed & Confused Chicken, Loaded Doughnuts to Vodka Crepes. There's something for everyone in The Vodka Cookbook. In addition to dinners and desserts, readers will discover how to create Food Flights - soup-like tipples that blur the line between drink and food. They will also learn how to make flavoured vodka infusions to whip up their own dishes and drinks. Of course, the book wouldn't be complete without some cool cocktail concoctions like the Moletov Cocktail and Three Vodka Chocolate Espresso Martini. But The Vodka Cookbook will soon have you moving your vodka out of the liquor cabinet and into the kitchen.