If you've had one too many drinks, the morning after can be spent searching for a remedy. Try this cure from Table 45 lead bartender John Schoenbeck. It includes a dose of alcohol, stomach-settling citric acids, natural sugars and an easy-to-digest protein. "Even though food will not help you digest that alcohol any faster, it helps you feel better because there's something other than alcohol floating around in your stomach," he says.
Get shaking. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add 1 ounce vodka, 1 ounce orange juice, 1 egg white and 1/2 ounce maple syrup. "Shake it up real good, so you get that egg white nice and frothy," says Schoenbeck.
Meat up. Pour the contents of the shaker into a glass and garnish with a strip of bacon. "That will start to infuse into your drink," Schoenbeck says. "It will give you some of that salty flavor, some of that smoky flavor."
Start sipping. Schoenbeck suggests drinking a tall glass of water after downing his medicinal libation. "A hangover is really dehydration," he says. Afterward go back to sleep. "If you were up on a bender the night before, you probably didn't sleep very well. So rest is a key."