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This year the mint in my herb garden grew like crazy, it was a very hot summer and we had bought a new hammock. So I thought: „Why not combine all three?“ In the end I did research how to make a decent Mojito and was delighted to find out, that it is not that hard to make. So we enjoyed quite a few Mojitos in and out of the hammock this summer. If you want to enjoy one for yourself, here is the recipe we use. Have fun!
I was looking for a light dessert for my son's 21st Birthday, BBQ party (Summer, 2020), when I came across a recipe for Strawberry Mojito Sorbet.
For fun, I decided to serve the sorbet as Popsicles. The recipe is easy to make, light and refreshing, especially after all the snacks and BBQ food. Plus, they were a hit!
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.
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!
This dish is something my sister would always cook for me when I visited her. As she has gotten older, she's modified the recipe due to certain dietary restrictions and lifestyle choices that she's made, however we all agree it's more delicious this way. Try substituting out the heavy cream found in most vodka sauces with this cashew cream alternative!
Made for Rebecca Bradley's Food Illustration course, Spring 2020.