What are your favorite drink recipes? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
Did you know that one of the final prizes in the Cookbook Contest is designated for drink recipes- AND that this type of recipe sees less competition online? You should consider branching out into this recipe genre- it can really pay off! We invite you to join in on the fun with this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration. Stop by the forum thread for search-friendly titles: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/99066
I submitted two of my favorite drink recipes on Friday...esp? :-)
I've been tracking all the new cocktails being created in the Los Angeles area, many of which have become blog stories. On my main page Russell-D, you'll find a number of choices. For me, when I lived in Mexico it was Herradura Anejo with a squeeze of lemon. Before and after Mexico, it remains on 2 ice cubes, 2 oz. of Tanqueray Gin with a good sized squeeze of (preferred) lime, (if not available) lemon. At restaurants sometimes ask for it straight up because I like the glass shape. David Russell
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Stupidly forgot to hit answer this question with a hub, but here's my entry http://dipless.hubpages.com/hub/Fruity-Alcoholic-Drinks
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Can you really get an apple pie drink? Yes and it's yummy and I am going to teach you how, I hope you enjoy it as much a I do. read more
A few months ago I invested in a smoothie maker, I try to stay healthy and eat the right foods and although I attempt to get more than my recommended 5 a day, as a busy working mum it's sometimes a bit of a challenge. I find it all to easy to pick... read more
Magnolia Blossoms Punch is a super easy and summery punch, perfect for an artist's reception. read more
The Moscow Mule is a super refreshing vodka cocktail that first became popular in the 1950s. Making a Moscow Mule is as simple as it gets, but the secret to a good Moscow Mule is starting with a good Ginger Beer. read more
A selection of Scottish Cocktails- Whisky Cocktails which have been inspired by scottish history, culture and heritage featuring Scottish Liquid Gold and characters such as Rob Roy, Auld Nick and the Flying Scotsman. Happy drinking read more
Alfredo from a Tuscany wine bar makes a Peach Bellini with Prosecco, yellow peach and mint. read more
Enjoy this refreshing beverage all year long, but especially during the hot months of summer. read more
There are many benefits of soya both dietary and medically you can discover more about the wonders of soya here. read more
The mojito is one of the most refreshing drinks of the summer months. Using fresh mint is a must when assembling the perfect mojito. Selecting sprigs from a mint plant will make or break the flavor of a mojito. Spearmint was originally used, but many other mints like peppermint, pineapple mint, and orange mint can be used as well. read more
This homemade cherry liqueur recipe is not only delicious, it is very easy to make and will be a hit with your friends, family, and guests at your next gathering. read more
A delicious and refreshing cranberry and rum drink; I'm giving away a family secret recipe here.... read more
A recipe for a guava and coconut mojito with other tropical mojito recipe ideas. read more
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Here's a quick version of the Ramos Fizz from New Orleans w/o the egg white-
Add to blender:
1 can of frozen limeade
refill the can w/ whole milk or half & half
refill the can w/ gin
2-3 c of ice
Blend until frothy and pour into chilled stemware.
Serve w/ a slice of lime
Liquids that glow in the dark and party drink recipe ideas. Make glowing milkshakes, fruit drinks, energy mix, fluorescent Jell-O, and even a prank glow drink. read more
It took me forever to finish this one. I had a mental block! I know, you're probably thinking "Oh no! Not another lemonade recipe!" Well, this isn't just any lemonade hub. ha ha
Sorry I forgot to do it as an answer...here's the link:
BTW, we're having a blast with the contest. It's so much fun to read all the recipes!
Summer martinis are a fantastic and flavourful version of the old classic martini. With the tart taste of lemon mixed with the sweetness of sugar these martinis are always served shaken, not stirred and would be sure to please even James Bond! read more
Looking for the best mixed drinks to serve at your next party? Find 5 cocktail recipes that your guests are sure to love. Includes recipes and pictures for Spring Water, Blue Hawaiian, Woo-Woo, Pain Killer, and Lynchburg Lemonade. read more
Using dry ice in drinks is fun and easy. Use dry ice to make smoking fruit drinks and cocktails, bubbling soda floats, and fogging hot drinks and punches read more
If it's too hot to bear outside, find some relief in these sweet mixed summer drinks: horchata, sangria and mojitos. Quench your thirst and relax on the porch with these yummy drinks. read more
The Negroni was invented by a barman in Tuscany, Fosco Scarselli in the 1920's for Count Negroni who preferred a bit more muscle in his 'Americano' cocktail. Since then it has become Tuscanys favorite cocktail. read more
Adding a flavored rim to the glass is a great way to add taste and eye appeal to a drink. Rimming is very simple to do and can be added to any drink, even non-alcoholic ones. You will find instructions on how to do a basic glass rim here as well as some ideas for other types of rimming to make your drinks really impressive. read more
The Boston Cooler is a soda fountain drink created by James Vernors in Detroit, Michigan. It's simple to make and has just two ingredients. read more
I meant to post this hub as an answer to this question, but I guess I messed it up.
Anyway, here's a hub I wrote for this WTI: 5 Quick & Healthy Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie Recipes
http://savingkathy.hubpages.com/hub/Fru … hy-Recipes
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