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This is a fun and simple classic treat for just about anyone on your list.
You asked for it. The most simple, yet refreshing slushy you’ll ever make. (My sister shared this simple recipe with me a few years ago.
Yesterday when I shared my 2012 foodie goals with you, the one at the top of my list was getting more fresh fruit and leafy greens into my diet.
We rarely post drink recipes so I am really excited to share this one with you for three reasons. One, it tastes great. Two, it is super easy to make.
I know hot chocolate is a staple around Christmas, but…I’m just not that big a fan of hot beverages. I feel like liquids should always be refreshing and thirst-quenching, but hot drinks just aren’t like that (incidentally, I also don’t like soup) .
It wasn’t long ago that I was saying boo to summer weather and trading my oven-free dinners and ice cream posts for fresh baked cinnamon rolls . And while it’s still nice and mild here (hallelujah!)
I figured since it’s Friday, we’d actually get something to EAT today! (Or drink rather, but you get the idea.
Some of you may know that my father-in-law owns a bagel deli in Seattle.
First of all, we get to announce the winner of our FINAL Feta Friday giveaway! The winner is The Stace who likes them on her fish tacos (and I can’t disagree with her there!)
This is a sweet fruit salsa to eat with those Cinnamon Chips .
With several of my family members and friends allergic to alcohol, I'm looking at the holidays as a time to invent seasonal, booze-free drinks that still feel special.
Pink grapefruit and pomegranate comprise the main ingredients in this gorgeously hued soda, and yet you might have a hard time picking out either flavor.