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If you follow me or Castles and Cooks on Twitter, then this recipe may not be that new to you. Sometimes flashes of inspiration just happen and after spending months thinking about the flavors of that delicious bottle of Pumpkin Juice I had while at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, I finally figured it out.
This recipe is inspired completely by my wife, who told me about something similar she had in Turkey shortly after her return there. It’s nothing more than Squeezed lemon, a bit of mint and sugar with boiling water added but like so many simple dishes the final product is something that is somehow ethereal and infinitely sublime. Perhaps it’s that this simple drink looks as magical as it tastes.
Call it a mere craving, but such a word feels insufficient to describe the intense desire- No, urgent need - for a milkshake at times like these. Silly as it may sound, come midday when the mercury surges up past 100, not a single thing on this planet sounds more appealing. Forget cooking, “ uncooking “, or even chopping; I just want to be fed, and I want something sweet and refreshing.
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Blackberry Iced Tea If you look through my blog, you’ll find a lot of refreshing summer drinks, but as much as I enjoy making my favorites again and again, I can’t stop myself from trying out new ones too. I like this one because you can use any kind of fresh or frozen berries you happen to have.
It’s not really the costumes. It’s not even the candy. The real reason we love Halloween—it’s another excuse to get drunk.