Add to Shopping List Ingredients 3/4 cup pineapple juice 1/2 cup gin 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 2 teaspoons creme de cassis 2 pineapple wedges (for garnish) Directions In a pitcher, mix together pineapple juice, gin, and lemon juice.
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If you want to impress your dog bake him these treats . If you want to impress your bread, make this jam . If you want to impress your sisters, make strawberry infused vodka and orange creamsicle ice cream floats. My sisters aren’t my neighbors. One lives in Illinois, the other lives in Minnesota. So when I knew these two lovely ladies were going to stay with me this weekend, I knew I needed to get girly with it.
If you're looking to spice up your Thanksgiving gathering, don't just look to the food on the table — no matter how much your aunt's spuds need a little kick. We've got three unconventional cocktail recipes that prove the heat isn't just in the kitchen.
Every time my fiancé and I go down to visit his family in NC, his dad ribs me about all the rednecks we come across. Like I’m some fish-out-of-water, ain’t never seen no rednecks before, “city girl.” I always have to remind him that I hail from East Tennessee where the moonshine flows steady and the rednecks are aplenty. Heck, I grew up learning all the versus of Rocky Top (yeah, there’s more than one and a chorus) and, when necessary, I can speak with more twang that Reese Witherspoon in Sweet Home Alabama. Don’t doubt my hillbilly street cred.
Serving cocktails can be intimidating to beginners. There are endless kinds of cocktails requiring even more kinds of booze that have so many variations in quality. It's hard to know where to start!
April 10, 2012 | Print | E-mail | Filed under cake , chocolate I hope you all had a very happy Easter! We definitely did, especially since we changed things up this year and instead of our traditional Easter dinner, we did it up Polish-style. We had fresh kielbasa and sauerkraut, my mother-in-law and I made pierogi using her family’s recipe, and my babcia, my mom, and my sister made so many cabbage rolls that we barely put a dent in them.