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Starbucks Chai Tea Recipe - Jameson Black Barrel Apple Barrel. 19 Simple Syrups for Everything (Not Just Cocktails) It starts out easily enough: Combine one part water with one part granulated sugar, boil until dissolved, chill. Here's where we make it interesting: Simple syrups can be as varied and diverse as any other food stuff. By mixing in spices, herbs, fruit—truly anything your little heart can imagine, you have instant flavored sweetener.

And it's not just for cocktails. Drizzle on a simple butter-rich pound cake for a seasonal flavor boost, pack several bottles onto an ice cream sundae bar for a (gluten-free) birthday celebration, add a splash to whipped cream for sweet spice, stir into your morning coffee or tea to cut out the mermaid-logoed middle man, or, yes, use it in all manner of cocktails for a tinge of sweet flavor. In general, you can expect infused simple syrups (ones that extract flavor from herbs and spices before straining) to last up to 3 months—often longer (as long as it smells good, it tastes good). 1 of 19. 27 Amazing Whiskey Cocktail Recipes Recipe | Bon Appetit. Cider Beer Sangria. – How Sweet It Is. Hiiii. Happy first day of fall! This calls for a huge pitcher of that stuff way up there. Right? First, thank you for all of your wonderful words yesterday. Second, please don’t disown me for not only sharing my third apple cocktail recipe in a row with you, but for sharing ANOTHER version of apple cider sangria.

Because one is never enough! I have made a lot of sangria over the years and a lot of cider sangria. clearly! If you’re a crazy apple cider fan (like me! A mini update was needed for my 2016 cider sangria though. SO. Plus, it’s extra cold and bubbly and fizzy and refreshing. Ingredients: 2 (12-ounce) cold bottles hard cider (mine was heavy on the apple flavor)1 (12-ounce) cold bottle wheat beer (a fall/octoberfest version is excellent!)

Directions: Add all of the fruit and cinnamon sticks to the bottom of a large pitcher. To serve, pour the sangria over extra fruit and ice. Also, as note, taste your sangria before serving. And don’t forget to cinnamon sugar all the things. The "Jumpin' Monkey" Recipe on Food52. Boozy Watermelon Rosemary Lemonade Recipe on Food52. Cooking is more fun with friends. Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Get inspired. Sign Up ♦ 2,983  Save ▴ If you like it, save it! Save and organize all of the stuff you love in one place. Got it! If you like something… Click the heart, it's called favoriting. Author Notes: I came up with the recipe for the lemonade first and then discovered that it went amazingly with gin, making it a favorite summer drink in our house!

Food52 Review: This tart, pink cocktail is a burst of summer in a glass. Serves 6 3/4 cup sugar 2 cups water 4 sprigs rosemary 1 cup lemon juice - fresh squeezed 7 cups watermelon - cut into a 1" dice - approx half a medium watermelon 8 ounces gin 1 lemon - thinly sliced Place sugar and 1 cup of water in a small saucepan, add rosemary sprigs. Your Best Poolside Cocktail Contest Winner!

5-Minute Blackberry Jam, and the Drink It Belongs In. When she has the kitchen all to herself, Phyllis Grant of Dash and Bella cooks beautiful iterations of what solo meals were always meant to be: exactly what you want, when and where you want them. Today: The only cocktail you'll ever make with leftovers you can spread on toast. It all starts when my brother offers to float a few drops of olive oil on top of my martini. Why should I let you do that to my drink? For years, my brother has been trying to infect my perfect cocktail with all manner of produce.

I’ve told him numerous times to get the heck away from my gin with his peach purée. His cucumbers. His tangerines. Just trust me. Why should I trust you? Because I’m your brother. I’m trying not to be such a control freak. Just this once. The immiscible pairing of alcohol and oil produces glistening yellow-green circles that bumper-car about on the gin’s surface.

On my brother’s next visit, I am out of martini olives. Next up, caperberries -- in they go. My gin world is cracked wide open. Spiced Caramel Cider - 100+ Slow Cooker Favorites. Rose Sangria ~Sweet & Savory by Shinee. Skip to Recipe ↓ Pears, peaches and raspberries are soaked in rose wine and touch of triple sec. Not your usual sangria, yet it is SO good! Let’s talk about real sangria for a second. Red wine and citrus fruits/juice are the main ingredients of an authentic Spanish sangria. What I’m presenting to you today, as a sangria drink, has none of these ingredients. But hey, some rules are made to be broken, right? Nevertheless, my version of sangria is infused with delicately sweet pears, peaches and raspberries. I have to warn you. You can use any kind of rosé. Hope you enjoy this drink soon. Pears, peaches and raspberries are soaked in rose wine and touch of triple sec.

Ingredients: ½ cup (100gr) sugar2 pears (I used Bartlett pears)2 peaches1 cup raspberries¼ cup (60ml) Triple Sec1 bottle (750ml) Rosé wine, chilled Directions: To make simple syrup, bring ½ cup of water to a boil in a small saucepan. Made this recipe? Best Rooftop Lemonade Recipe-How to Make Rooftop Best Watermelon Sangria Recipe - How To Make Sangria. Best Blackberry Mojito Recipe. Best Pink Starburst Cosmos Recipe - How To Make Cosmopolitans. Best Mojito Slushies Recipe - Frozen Drink Recipes. Sparkling Grapefruit & Gin Punch. Makes a little over 9 cups. Enough to get 10-12 buzzed or 4-6 people lit the fuck up. 2 bottles of champagne or sparkling wine* 1 ½ cups grapefruit juice** 1 ¼ cups gin 1 cup tonic water 4 tablespoons agave or other syrupy sweetener*** sprigs of mint or rosemary to garnish Chill everything for a couple of hours before throwing the punch together. . * This does not need to be fancy shit. ** About 3-4 large grapefruits. *** Want to make your agave extra fancy?

Strawberry Lime Margaritas. Watermelon Cucumber Slushie. 3 pounds of watermelon (seedless is best but some seeds are cool) ½ cup skinned, chopped cucumber juice from 1 lime (about 2 tablespoons) 8-10 fresh mint leaves ¾ cup coconut or tap water 1 teaspoon agave, maple syrup, or honey (optional) Cut away the rind and chop up the watermelon flesh into pieces no larger than a quarter. You should get about 4 cups. When the watermelon chunks are frozen add them along with the cucumber, lime juice, mint leaves, and water to a blender and blend until it is all smooth and icy.

Had a rough day? Makes about 2 ½ cups of sweet summer slush, enough for 2 people who need to chill the fuck out. Endless Summer Gin & Tonic.