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Frozen Margarita is one of our go to cocktails. A long time ago we looked up a recipe which we liked very much. I made a screenshot of it and ended up sending hubs (who makes Margaritas for me 😍) every time he needed the recipe a message with the image of the recipe. Finally I got so tired of scrolling through my message thread or images that I decided to illustrate the recipe once and for all! Now he knows exactly where to look when he wants to make me a frozen Margarita! And you, too, if you like!
I decided to forgo the instruction for the salt rim on the glass, as I do not care for it. But if you want one, just rub the rim of your glass with lime juice and dip it into coarse salt, and voilá! Enjoy!
Every Valentine’s Day I make my pink vodka Lobster Bisque. Being native New EnglanderS, the whole family loves it. It’s quick and easy and warms the heart. I rarely use exact measurements and season mostly by taste. Vodka is optional (can use wine instead) but the staples are tomato paste, heavy cream and of course....lobstah!! Chili power adds a nice heat. It’s the kind of recipe you can improvise with each time you make it...enjoy!
Just discovered this drink this Christmas: it is tasty, a touch of sweetness, bright with fresh lime juice! Perfect to get you through a winter storm. If you are lucky enough to get your hands on Ginger Beer from Maine Root, it will have a nice kick of ginger too. Cheers to the New Year!
This is a recipe we like to make every year from a 1950's publication. It indicated it made 3 dozen and cost .93 cents! I retained the actual ingredients in the recipe to reflect the era of the recipe. However, the corn syrup can be substituted with 1 tbsp. each of honey and maple syrup. The cat under the tree is our boy Zorro who loves the magic a Christmas tree brings. Happy Holidays!