A wonderful collection of recipes who received a first review in Newest Zaar Tag, a game in the Safari Supper Club: Cooking Tag Games. Hosted by Sharon123, the game is lots of fun for taggers new and old.
This is my favorite version of the popular Pink Cadillac cocktail, which is how it's served at my favorite bar in downtown Seattle. The bar doesn't really give out their mixology secrets. But I found the recipe recently, so I clipped it so that I'd have it available for those occasions when I might want to make a Pink Cadillace cocktail at home.
I searched for this simple drink here, and at drinkmixer.com too. I can't believe it's not listed. I don't know what it ought to be called, so let's just say it's something nutty and leave it at that. There are plenty of drinks that have added vodka to this base, but the two liqueurs are just fine as they are, to me.
There's a reason they call that place Starbucks, it's because they charge a million bucks!! I wanted to make my own frappuccinos at home to lessen the sugar amount and the dent in my pocketbook! This recipe is based on the little individual bottles that they sell in stores which are 9.5 oz. You must use instant espresso powder for this because it is so finely ground that it will dissolve instantly! Enjoy!
This one is great. From the Bartender's Guide. Sour apple schnapps instead of ordinary apple schnapps will enhance the sharpness, as will a splash of lemon juice. If you have applesauce at hand, you can use that instead of the apple juice or substitute applejack to increase the alcohol content.
Who says you have to add dairy to make a smoothie? Make this delicious ready to go smoothie in a flash using all fresh fruit! The blackberries give this smoothie its delicious color, the bananas make it thick and rich!
I have 4 chooks who lay me lovely fresh eggs so I often make recipe #185162 when I have some to use up, as it's the only way I can get little miss DD to eats eggs. A flash of inspiration this morning saw this creation born.
Another recipe that comes from the 2004 cookbook, The Joy of Cranberries: The Tangy Red Treat, that I received from a great partner in my 1st cookbook swap here on Zaar! The recipe makes either one TALL drink, or two nice-sized shakes!