Halloween fun for everyone (you can add some vodka or rum for the adults...but you didn't hear that from me!). I'm really not sure how to put in Zaar times for prep and cook, so just take a look at the directions. It's very easy!
The frist "ingredient" is: 1 new rubber glove, washed well and rinsed. The Zaar puter kept spitting that one back at me.
This drink is perfect to serve on Halloween. It is orange and the straw (licorice) is black. If the slush is to thick to be slurped up through the licorice, stir the drinks until they melt more.
From the Bonnie Stern Cookbook. It reminds me of creamsicles.
Posting this for ZWT II - Asia. This sounds really weird, but it's actually quite good. You'll see avocado ice cream in Asian supermarkets that carry foods and ingredients from the Philippines, and this is close to that. Give it a try, you might be surprised. Taken from Asian Food Web site.
Did I also mention that this has orange and pineapple juices? I made this up after a brisk 2.5 mile walk; I wanted some kind of sustenance but didn't want to stand in the kitchen all day. This is so easy that you don't even have to break out the blender; just whisk it up in a cup and enjoy. This amount is enough for one serving for me; but you might want to double up on it if you like more.
I am a citrus freak, and this Mexican fruit drink fits the bill! It is such a refreshing thirst-quencher, with its grapefruit, lime and orange juices. I prefer mine more tart and watery; the fiance likes a bit more sugar. It's a "subjective" beverage... tweak to suit your tastes. Prep time includes chilling.
A little Valentine's fun; but the fragrance of this tea is so beautiful that you won't care if it makes anyone fall in love with you or not. I've included the pertinent info regarding the proper making of the tea, but if you just want a really wonderful herbal-black tea blend, brew some up any time. And always remember to use rose petals that haven't been treated with commercial pesticides!