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    Another Drambuie recipe! Found on a traditional scottish recipe website.

    Recipe #485158

    Once again, my favorite cocktail site throws out a winner! Because I can't find Domiane de Canton ginger liqueur here in Costa Rica, I posted a homemade version (see my Recipe #496662). This is an awesome hot-weather drink with R-E-L-A-X written all over it!

    Recipe #496663

    Ok, a third Drambuie recipe. This one sounds oh so good.

    Recipe #485159

    I wanted a Painkiller sooooo bad!!! So off I go, putting the fruit juices in the shaker. Coconut cream??? OMG - all out!!! This yummy concoction is the result of not wanting to throw out some juice... The Pisco caught my eye as I rummaged through my liquor drawer, and replaces the rum in a traditional Painkiller. And best of all, not an ounce of fattening coconut cream to be found. You might say this is a "healthy" painkiller. LOL - that's my story and I'm sticking to it! Enjoy this smooth, but potent, beauty!

    Recipe #500577

    One of my favorite pastimes is lurking around the Tommy Bahama website. Oh, it's not about the dreamy clothes, or the lovely home furnishings... Oh, no! It's about the wonderful recipes, especially the cocktails!!! Here's one that's called a Pineapple Pisco Sour, but modified to suit the ingredients I can find in Costa Rica. Granted, I covet the Pisco because it's hard to find in our neck of the beach (hubby isn't allowed to TOUCH it, or even THINK about it), but this was one instance where I allowed myself to use if for anything other than a traditional Pisco Sour. Recipe calls for pineapple juice, but because we can't find it readily here (amazing, when one of the major export crops is PINEAPPLE), so I just throw about 6 chunks of fresh pineapple and a few teaspoons of water in the magic bullet and VOILA, pineapple juice/puree. Try it, you'll be hooked!

    Recipe #496588

    This recipe comes from the box my Tommy "drink of the month" glasses came in. Sooooooo good!

    Recipe #486337

    Ok, I know Margarita's are not a true Cajun specialty. But being a fan of Margaritas, this just sounds like something too interesting to pass up! From tideandthyme.com, supposedly from the HBO series True Blood set in Louisiana. If using the chile-infused tequila, note the time requirements for steeping and plan ahead. The sweet & sour of the margarita temper the spiciness.

    Recipe #503744

    NOTE: Dairy Free - Sugar Free - Egg Free!!! Found this totally easy and healthy pudding on Edibleperspectives.com. It may seem like an odd combination, but the end result is a delicious treat! Check out the blog, too - she's got some awesome food photography tips!

    Recipe #499226

    Just playing around tonight, throwing this and that together. This is my version of a strawberry daiquiri, including my "secret ingredient". The strawberries have to be ripe and flavorful, or the flavor will fall flat. Traditional daiquiris are made with clear rum, but I like the sweet richness of dark rum, better. And even though it's not Cuban rum, I love this when made with Cruzan. Mmmmmm!!!

    Recipe #507671

    This recipe is from the box that my TB Drink of the Month glasses came in. A bar we frequent serves something very similar, so can't wait to try this one!

    Recipe #483228

    From one of my favorite cocktail websites, Tommy Bahama. This is an unusual and awesome tasting drink... think of a Margarita on steroids!!! I agree that this tasty little drink will have you saying "Ay, Caramba!" from the very first sip!

    Recipe #496658

    This is a delish recipe (chick drink, according to DH) from Rick Bayless' new cookbook "Frontera". A bit sweet, but YUM!!! The recipe calls for cinammon agave syrup, but I just used a homemade cinnamon simple syrup (simple syrup with a stick of cinnamon during cooking).

    Recipe #490490

    A great sounding recipe for when you're having "one of THOSE days"!!! From "In the Land of Cocktails" blog. There are some good ginger beer recipes on this site, including one of Rick Bayless' recipes posted in my recipes.

    Recipe #490496

    Mmmmm. Not pretty, but delicious!!! Recipe adapted from "Frontera" by Rick Bayless

    Recipe #490495

    This is the dressing only from a Quinoa salad found on The Daily Meal. Because it's a dressing, number of servings is just a guesstimate.

    Recipe #507216

    This sounds like it would be heavenly on a sweet pear or apple tart. Found on Irish Abroad website, which describes it as follows: Derry Clark, chef-patron of l’Ecrivain Restaurant, Dublin, is one of the city’s most innovative and original cooks. He’s been known to pair this unusual sorbet-like ice, expectedly, with a sweet like an apple tart , and quite unexpectedly with a starter like seared black pudding and apple compote. The lemon-cider-blue cheese combination works as well with a sweet as with a savory, so feel free to experiment with it. PREP TIME DOESN"T INCLUDE FREEZE TIME

    Recipe #485165

    On a recent trip to the U.S., my brothers introduced me to a drink concoction called a Chamango. I was hooked after the first drink and had at least four during my week's stay. A chamango is kind of like a hawaiian ice made with mangos, tamarind candy, and chamoy (see my Recipe #483116). Chunks of mango are layered with mango ice and chamoy, then topped with small chunks of tamarind candy. OMG - so incredibly good!!! NOTE: Just tried this with a bit of raspberry coulis that I had left in the fridge and YUM! It was a wonderful substitution for the Chamoy. I'll bet you could use any number of combinations of fruit ice and fruit pulp for the layers. Strawberry with banana ice sounds like the next try!

    Recipe #483119

    After researching on the web and not finding the exact thing I was looking for, this is the result of many experiments! This recipe only makes 1/4 cup of spicy sauce. More than enough for 2 people at one sitting.

    Recipe #504232

    This dressing is perfect on veggies such as steamed green beans, broccoli, zucchini, cauliflower or any greens. It can also be used to baste meats or seafood when grilling. Once you try this simple, simple recipe you'll be hooked. Please DO NOT use dried oregano or bottled lemon juice for this recipe!!!

    Recipe #503484

    I found this recipe on Jamie Oliver's website. Take one of these out on the patio, crank up the steel drum music, and you'll think you're on a white-sand beach in the Caribbean!

    Recipe #504760

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