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Cocktails Inspired by Evolutionary Stages of Pokémon

Cocktails Inspired by Evolutionary Stages of Pokémon
The sophisticated Pokémon trainer demands a beverage that will meet the needs of his or her discerning palate. The Pokémon cocktails developed by the author(s) of the Drunken Moogle blog do just that, with a series that include three separate drinks inspired by each of the evolutionary stages of various pocket monsters. Each series begins with a shot, moves on to a midsize drink served in a tumbler, and then a highball-sized cocktail. It’s notable that each drink builds on the previous, so the Charmeleon contains the ingredients from the Charizard, and so on. The Charmander series looks particularly interesting, partly because it uses the truly excellent Fireball cinnamon whiskey, but also because you can light them on fire. Read on below to get the recipes for this and other intriguing Pokémon cocktails, but remember: Pokémon masters always drink responsibly. (The Drunken Moogle via Geekologie) Related:  Drinks & Party

Jello shots without the trash Ingredients: Strawberries (the biggest ones you can find) Strawberry jelly powder Creme de cacao Vodka Chocolate chips (optional) Wash the strawberries and pick out the nicest ones. You will need about 3 boxes worth of strawberries for 2 cups of jello. Cut off the bottoms so the strawberries can stand up but be careful to not make holes for the jello to leak out. Cut off the tops and hollow out the insides. For chocolate dipped strawberries, melt the chocolate chips in the microwave on low heat and then dip each strawberry in the melted chocolate. Mix 1 cup of boiling water and the jelly powder.

...stumbled upon yesterday was a list of interesting drinks. | So, one of the things I... I told you guys that I'm wasting a lot of time nowadays looking at pretty pictures and interesting ideas on Pinterest.I already have a bunch of different boards for all kinds of stuff - be it food or interior design. But I especially liked the idea of someone making up Harry Potter related drinks. And then I googled the term and came up with a bunch of interesting stuff. WARNING:An Anonymous comment came that you shouldn't ingest anything that has dry ice in it. First off... For one serving you'll need:2 ounces Champagne1 ounce vodka2 ounces white grape juicePurple sugarOptional: Dry IcePour a small amount of grape juice onto a plate and a small amount of purple sugar on a different plate. The Severus Snape: 1.5 oz Cruzan Blackstrap Rum.5 oz falernum.5 oz Fernet Brancadash of lavender bittersCombine all ingredients in a mixing glass over ice. The Goblet of Fire The Lucius Malfoy 1 oz Bourbon4 oz lemonade1 slice lemonAdd ice to glassPour in BourbonTop with lemonadeGarnish with lemon

S'moretini Shooters Me again. Here to convince you that you need yet another trendy, insanely-flavored bottle of booze. I do what I can. I know what you’re thinking. Well… not technically. You seriously don’t want to see our liquor cabinet. But don’t blame me. Don’t mind my fingerprints. I also like my marshmallows charred. I roast them ’til they’re flaming. The good news is that this world seriously CANNOT come up with another vodka flavor that I will have to run out and immediately purchase. [Right.] The best part? People go nuts. And for those of you that don’t like alcohol, don’t consume alcohol, or are underage… you can totally make virgin versions of these with chocolate fudge on the bottom, some chocolate milk (maybe even whipped with marshmallow fluff? You. S’moretini Shooters makes 1 (2 ounce) shooter, easily multiplied 1/2 ounce marshmallow vodka (or vanilla, whipped cream or cake flavored vodka) 1/2 ounce Godiva chocolate liqueur 1/4 ounce Bailey’s Irish Cream liqueur 3/4 ounce cream/half and half

Hiram Abiff, the True King of Egypt,1554BC The Nag Hammidi Scrolls and The Dead Sea Scrolls are another example of a treasure trove of the writings of the disciples in the 1st century AD. Dismissed by the church as heresy, they reveal a great deal of the 'spiritual' insight of the early Christians. We also have documentation of when rulers like Alexander changed history and tried to preserve everything he found in Egypt instead of trying to destroy it like the Romans did. He found what we now call the 'Emerald Tablets of Thoth' . These are a record of the words of the so-called mythical 'wisdom' God of Egypt recorded some time before 10,000 BC. In addition to this, there is a record stating that the Great Pyramid was never meant to be a burial chamber for any pharaoh but current Egyptian Authorities who are Muslim will not concede that the Egyptian culture is far older that any other culture on Earth except one. The emphasis of this site is to explore the origins of Masonry. It Begins with Knowledge: The Legacy of the Templars

Watermelons: Nature's Keg | Ministry of Alcohol Still pumping your watermelons full of rum? What is this, summer camp? It’s time to grow up and start converting your watermelons into kegs. The instructions for the Watermelon Keg come from none other than the National Watermelon Promotion Board—which surprisingly is an actual thing. Essentially you slice off a thin layer from the bottom end, slice open the top, scoop out the meat (or liquefy with booze), and jam a spigot in the front. Presto! Materials Instructions Wash the watermelon under cool running water and pat dry.On a cutting board, place the watermelon on its side and cut off 1/4”-1/2” from both ends, being careful not to cut too deep into the white part of the rind.

The Hidden Records - Historical lost symbol of the Solomon Key parchme (...) Drink recipes: 32000 mixed drink alcohol cocktail recipes Phoenixmasonry, Inc Cómo hacer gelatina de colores iStockphoto/Thinkstock La gelatina es una buena opción para las fiestas, especialmente de los niños, porque son muy sabrosas y pueden llegar a ser muy coloridas también. ¿Quisieras aprender a hacer gelatina de colores para sorprender a tus peques? ¡ElGranChef te trae la receta para que la disfrutes! Esta receta de gelatina de colores te será muy útil para cuando quieras un postre que les guste a todos, que sea económico y divertido. Ingredientes: 4 sobres de gelatina, de distintos sabores6 sobres de gelatina sin sabor, divididos5 - 3/4 tazas de agua hirviendo, divididas1 lata de leche condensada1/4 taza de agua fría Preparación: En un recipiente pequeño, mezcla el contenido de 1 sobre de gelatina con sabor y 1 sobre de gelatina sin sabor. En otro recipiente pequeño, combina la leche condensada con 1 taza de agua hirviendo. En un tercer recipiente, vierte 2 sobres de gelatina sin sabor con el agua fría. Ahora vierte este contenido sobre el recipiente que tiene la leche condensada. ¿Qué tal?

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