Creamy Lemon Squares recipe. Food Snots: Cinnamon and Sugar Pull-Apart Bread. I feel like through life we are always finding new things out about ourselves.
Like for instance, as a kid I loved clam chowder. Now, I’ve come to realize that I really don’t care for it all that much, and that the only reason I was so crazy about it as a kid is that I thought it was fun to bite into the pieces of clam and have it feel and sound like you were biting into a balloon. I know… I was kind of a weird child, but weren’t we all ;) Anyways, through this blogging experience I have found that I love taking picture, but not just any picture. I really hate lugging around a camera just to have everyone pose awkwardly for some random photo somewhere.
So I have an excuse for my addictive impulse to always shoot ingredients while I am pouring them, and I completely release full responsibility for my actions to my little split personality french photographer… who exists in my brain. Where was I going with all this?? Printable Recipe In a large mixing bowl, mix 2 cups of flour. Sugar. Dough. Viva Blueberry. Cocktail.Last week, my hip hubby and I took a little sojourn to Las Vegas for some much needed R&R.
Imagine my delight when he said to me, "Instead of spending a lot of money on a show, let's just go to the nicest restaurants and enjoy good food. " Were we meant to be together or what? Vegas is so over the top in it's food and drink presentation that I did not miss seeing Phantom for the 3rd time at all! And while I assure you that I'll have many other Vegas design revelations to share, my first one is a cocktail that I totally fell for at Daniel Boulud - Blueberry Lavender Lemonade.
The tartness of the lemon mixed with the muddled blueberries was heaven. And thanks to the mixology skills of The Bon Viant's Companion , I might be able to replicate this tasty treat. Lavender Lemonade courtesy of The Bon Viant's Companion1 ½ oz Vodka (preferably citrus flavored)½ oz Lavender-ginger simple syrup (below)MintBlueberriesFresh squeezed, or organic lemonade Place sugar and water into small pot. Weekend Cocktail~ Pink Grapefruit Margaritas « There Goes the Cupcake…
These margaritas will certainly liven up your weekend, both refreshing and delicious.
They are super simple to make, the only catch being, you need fresh limes, it really makes a difference. Make these at your next party, they are sure to be a hit. Pink Grapefruit Margaritas From: Barefoot Contessa’s How Easy Is That 1 cup ruby red grapefruit juice1/2 cup fresh squeezed lime juice (about 4 limes)1 cup triple sec orange liqueur3 cups ice1 cup silver tequila1 lime cut in wedges, optional Kosher salt. If you prefer to rim the glasses take a lime wedge and rim, then dip in salt, if you do not like a salted rim sprinkle a touch of salt in each glass, the salt really brings out the flavor.
Combine the grapefruit juice, lime juice, triple sec and ice in a blender. Makes 4 drinks. * Just as a note: it is important to use Ruby Red grapefruit juice, it is much sweeter than regular and it has the lovely pink color. Frozen Lemonade with Coconut Rum Recipe. Bird On A Cake. 7 Foods for Healthy Skin - iVillage. Quick Chiquita Banana Oatmeal Smoothie Recipe.