This is a delicious sangria! Perfect for the summer or a girlie get together! your guests will love it! I would suggest thinking twice about the vanilla bean seeds because they can be a bit of a turn off for some people since they look like little black things floating around.... and if u want to make a fuller pitcher, add a 3rd bottle of Riesling or extra fruit!
I love sangria (see my recipes) and thought this looked fabulous!
Recipe courtesy Bobby Flay. This should be made a couple hours ahead of time or overnight. UPDATE: 11/28/08 I used Beaujolais with great success and floated frozen cranberries for a festive holiday look! I would not suggest eating the cranberries as they are very tart! I really enjoyed this as did my guests! Might wanna make a couple pitchers!
Oooohhh so cool & refreshing for long hot humid afternoons when it is almost too much to turn the page... make about 12 hours before drinking or the day before to allow the flavors to marry.
Gleaned from the Hartford Courant
this is where you can show off at partys floating drinks etc, dont expect to get it irght first time it may take a little practice especially if youve already had a few cocktails. During my spell in university doing my psychology degree i worked ina popular chain of cocktail bars in the uk called revolution. i kept all my training materials, and myu little laminated ingredient lists that i used to keep in my apron. i thought it was about time i updated them onto recipezaar. There are some revolution classics in this and also some that they dont do anymore at rev. I may be a bit vague on the floating parts of cocktails, i haven’t made them in a while. This may be a good excuse to! the reason why i specify using a glass tumbler to mix the drink in is purely for logistics- creating one drinks worth at a time by measuring it out in the serving glass and serving it in the same glass. its how we used to do it a rev, if your prefer to do it in a cocktail shaker thats fine just beware not to out too much ice in.
I found this on the internet looking for drinks with the Ruby Red Absolut Vodka. It is from Emiril Lagasse 2002. This recipe calls for either citrus vodka or vodka, but it is terrific with the Ruby Red vodka!
This is a base recipe so you can work with what jello and/or liquor you already have in your bar. Usually it's best to model the shot after an already existing drink, or to use plain vodka or light rum with a fruit flavor and using the same type of fruit as a floater. Cooking time is chill time.
Inspiration for this shot comes from the Jello Maven himself, Chaz Bosten Baden, and his archive of Jello shot recipes at http://www.boston-baden.com/hazel/Jello/. I have altered it to suit my tastes and used many other shots from his site, having since been named the "Jello Shot Master" by my friends.
This is a refreshing Cuban drink. It's hard to stop drinking these on a hot summers day. I made these for the fourth of July and we went on to 3 yes 3 pitchers! If you don't have a muddle stick try a mortar and pestle or the end of a wooden rolling pin. Please use fresh lime if you cannot go ahead and try the already bottled lime juice but if you do think about that when you rate this recipe! I did both and there's nothing like fresh! Same goes for the fresh mint if you need to you can use frozen but I DON'T recommend extract. And for the sugar real granular is what helps muddles the lime and extract the mint oils from the leaves.
I was served a one of these delicious cocktails on our last visit to Bonefish Grill. I thought it was so good that I would try recreating it for you! To make it super special, slide a little lime juice over the rim of your glass and dip into sugar! I hope you will enjoy it!
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