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Have you ever heard of muller beer (yes, beer)? No? So try this Polish recipe for a warming drink, perfect for the winter. I come from Poland and I decided to show you some original and surprising recipes from my land. It was originally inspired by my lovely friends who wanted to try some unexpected combination of flavours from my region.
Just like certain wines pair with certain foods, so does beer!
Peanut butter and, specifically, Heineken taste amazing together and even more so at the end of a long day driving around the Southwest and camping under the stars.
Francesinha – French Girl – is a typical portuguese dish, originally from Oporto.
The legend says that the portuguese emigrant Daniel David Silva, influenced by the croque-monsieur, created this dish baptizing it with this name because the spiciest woman he knew was the french. Later, was created the sauce, a secret recipe that I will share with you!
Although the origins of this drink are unknown, it roots are most likely found in the dark halls of a fraternity basement or in a Winnebago at a river camp. As the name implies, this is not a particularly sophisticated concoction. It is, however, a surprisingly delicious and refreshing cocktail that is perfect for a day out on the lake with friends. While traditionally this drink is made with bottom of the barrel ingredients, upgrades are always welcome. Well crafted beer and top shelf vodka are nice substitutes if you are feeling a little more “Yacht Club” than “Redneck Riviera”. If you are partial to a summer Shandy, you will love it’s trashy cousin, the “Hop, Skip and Go Naked”!
The warm weather will be here soon, and we need to start prepping with the proper drinks! This is the recipe for the Mexican Bulldog. A frozen margarita with an upside-down coronita in it. Trust me, it is delicious.
What you need to pretend you are in a warmer place:
1 pale lager beer (Corona or other)
1oz of triple sec (or any orange liqueur)
2oz of tequila (or more depending on your preference)
2oz of simple syrup
1 lime for juice and garnish
(As a note, instead of simple syrup and a lime, you can use a prepared margarita mix as well)
1 cup of ice
1 straw, and one of those fancy umbrella things
Something that resembles instructions below:
Put all the ingredients except for the beer, straw, and umbrella in a blender and make a classic margarita. Once blended, serve in a large cup and dunk the beer into the margarita. As your drink the margarita, the beer will slowly mix in.