This is my version of a VERY popular specialty drink I made at two different places in New Orleans. Both drinks were made in restaurants on Decatur St. This is my version. Very refreshing, and not as sweet as it sounds.
This is a great way to impress your friends on a warm day. It gives the illusion that you’re some kind of uber-mixologist, when all you’re really doing is whizzing together Baileys and ice to make one of the most delicious and refreshing tasting drinks there is.
My husband brought this recipe to me from our local paper last weekend. He is a Bloody Mary lover and I wouldn't want this one to get away. Dan'l says this recipe is a winner!! Why make one glass, when you can make a pitcher full? This recipe makes 4-5 pint sized servings.
Really delicious! Use your ice pop molds to make this refreshing adult ice pop. This recipe is a lot of fun! Should be served on a hot day, by the poolside or whenever you desire a little cooling refreshment!
This is a wonderful recipe for Margaritas on the Rocks by the pitcher-full! It is best to prepare the lime-lemon juice and zests mixture before hand to allow them to meld appropriately -- Cooking time reflects refrigeration time. I discovered this in Cook's Illustrated Magazine -- just in time for summer! I have altered the ingredients to suit my personal taste. Enjoy!
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!
I found this in a cookbook by BBQ guru Bobby Flay. This is a fantastic pina Colada recipe. It is easy and comparable to any Pina Colada I've ever tasted. Leave out the rum and serve it to the kids as a slush. This is how we drink it.