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Grab a bunch of lemons on your next trip to the Farmers Market so you can make the perfect summer cordial—limoncello. Plan ahead because it takes at least a month to make! You just need lemons, vodka, sugar, water and time.
A coffee person at heart but hailing from India, Chai somehow has a special place for itself within me,especially Ginger tea. It's amazing how a simple beverage seeped its way through different cultures across the world . Not to mention the beautiful kettles and ceramics that are created as a result of its existence.
Creating an illustration for this recipe was so fun! I'm currently missing Savannah (where I attend school), and there is this coffee shop I would always get lavender latte's at. So, while quarantined, I thought it would be a fun treat to recreate it at home! This recipe will be sure to soothe and warm your insides!
A great smoothie recipe designed for the start of a good morning or the end of a tough workout!
1/2 cup of Frozen Blueberries
3 Frozen Baby Carrots or Raw Baby Carrots
1 cup of Raw Spinach
3-4 Ice cubes
1 Cup of water
These ingredients are interchangeable, so please feel free to make any adjustments to this recipe! I made this recipe as a result of my packed schedule. I didn't have much time to eat breakfast in the morning, so it was easy to make a smoothie and drink it on the way to the bus for my morning classes.
One of the richest sources of vitamin E are oils, seeds, nuts and green leafy vegetables. Vitamin E is essential for physiological functions along with hormonal balances.
Carrots are rich in Beta Carotene/Vitamin A, important for vision, growth, and immune function. (I personally don't like carrots so it's a nice way of sneaking them into my diet!)
Blueberries are low-glycemic ranked food, meaning it promotes long-term energy and helps keep you satiated throughout your day. They're also high in antioxidants.
Bananas are full in Potassium and are great after a workout when you've sweat a good amount and need to restore some minerals.
I first had this cocktail at the Nobhill Tavern bar in MGM Grand in Las Vegas back in 2011. It is still the best cocktail I have had to date!
After returning home I began the quest to recreate it - I just couldn’t get it quite right. When I had babies the cocktail shaker got packed away, but since we are living in lockdown, it has made another appearance and my quest was renewed!
I don’t think I will ever match the Nobhill one, as I think their fresh sweet and sour recipe holds some magic secret ingredients, but I have gotten pretty close with my attempts at home and am sharing this simple recipe with you.
Adding fresh egg white to the sweet and sour mix will give you the frothy top!