My dd just loves Tequila Rose so I thought I would look for a way to make it at home so I could make it lighter. Viola! Of course, you can make it with the full fat versions too! This is so pretty and would be GREAT for bridal showers, bachelorette parties, gifts or just for yourself! Hope you like it too!
Why the Anndog? Very simple. This recipe, my first foray into cocktails, was inspired by cookiedog's Recipe #210983 and annacia's Recipe #212416. You can prepare this shaken with ice and poured in a martini glass or in a highball over rocks. So this one is for my two 'Zaar members and fellow game tag players.
For this feisty Baileys Martini all you need is some Baileys, some good Irish Whiskey, some strong cold coffee for extra kick and a spirited shake with ice to serve. Enjoy Baileys Irish Martini sip by sip, you won’t want it to end.
A yummy lemon alternative to a lemon drop - can you ever have too many martini recipes?? YUMMY!!! Thanks again to Sandra Lee for another fabulous recipe!! She featured an entire show of lemon based recipes -this one, Lemon Chicken Soup,Lemon-Herb Butter-Basted Chicken,Lemon Garlic Broccoli, and Lemon Pudding Brulee with Blueberries ALL of which I am submitting because I think it would make for an awsome spring/summer dinner party idea!! Enjoy- I know we will!! ** Note - she did use a Lemon Drop RImmer by Stirrings to rim the glass - check them out if you haven't ever used their products for your tini's - they have something to enhance your favorite - just a fun touch to make them that much more fun when throwing a party!! ***Update - original recipe called for 1/2 oz Limoncello, but everyone at our party agreed that it was MUCH better with at least double, so I changed the recipe to 1 oz. Make to suit taste. ;)
This martini is named after the RSC #8 winner - Tigerduck! It is totally scrumptious! After one, you will find yourself heading back to make another. I adore this martini! This martini is a celebration of the liquor, not a daiquiri. It is not too sweet, not too coco-nutty, and not too creamy. The mingling flavors party in your mouth. If you do not have two types of rum then use the one you have, just be sure they are premium rums or the result will not be the same. I created this recipe for RSC #9.
An homage to Fritz Maytag, son of the blue cheese creator, and his family, this martini was on the drinks list at Dine Restaurant on Madison Street in Chicago when it opened a little more than a year ago. It features Junipero Gin, made by Anchor Distilling Co., an offshoot of Fritz Maytag's Anchor Brewing Co., in San Francisco, and Maytag blue cheese-stuffed olives.
My new favorite Martini. I'm a lover of gin and Campari and the 2 of these together is seductive.
Campari's an Italian alcoholic aperitif obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruit in alcohol and water. Secret recipe originally developed in 1860 by Gaspare Campari in Milan. With its distinct red color, aroma and flavor, Campari is a symbol of passion.
Campari is a bitter aperitif made according to a Campari is the result of a unique blend of aromatic herbs mellowed in selected spirit. Campari has an astringent, bittersweet flavor to me it's like pink grapefruit.
Sweet and spicy and crunchy and delicious. Great to have in your desk drawer for snacking when you "forget" to eat lunch.
With vegan, vegetarian and omniverous friends, it served as a perfect hoiday gift. I must have made 3 quarts of it to give away...and that doesn't count the considerable amount I have consumed myself.
May use one pre-made recipe #205255 in place of the preparing the garbanzo beans as indicated below.