Drinking raw beets is the closest thing to a cocktail without the alcohol. It’s powerful, and no wonder. It’s not just an anti-oxidant; it’s a SUPER ANTI-OXIDANT.
This is made with RAW beets, which have more anti-oxidant power than cooked beets
If you’re thinking that you don’t like beets, you might just love this. The raw beets are earthy and sweet and the other fruits harmonize with and balance the beet taste. This is the best tasting red beet smoothie recipe.
Enthusiastic patrons & over enthusiastic staff.
Located right outside the DT City Centre Mall, this venue has a lot to serve the one’s who step inside for a delectable meal and for the one’s, who are practically exploring for more options or variance other than McDonald’s or KFC’s.
We had a wave of heat for a few days which killed me. I am not a big fan of the heat, so I had to do something to get me fresh all through the day. It is a simple recipe, healthy and makes your day easy to survive.
– 1 litter water
– 2 lemons
– 5 strawberries
– 5 mint leaves
Add the fruits and the mint in the water. Keep the water in the fridge or use ice. Make it 3 hours before serving. Enjoy!
Yes it’s Tuesday, but we drank this on Monday and we are hosting Mixology Monday this month so we get a little slack. Besides, a good drink is worth waiting for….who needs to be on time? Anyway, here is a quick reminder of the theme:
One of the best recent developments in the world of cocktails and spirits is the reemergence of regional, craft distillers. And we say “reemergence” because 100+ years ago, before the twin scourges of Prohibition and
virtual monopolization “industrialization,” distilling was often a truly local endeavor. Not so long ago, if you wanted some booze, it was often made in your neighborhood and for the tastes of the locals. Sadly, for a few generations, that wasn’t the case… But, quite happily, those days are back… There are literally hundreds of local and regional distillers making some seriously tasty spirits… and now is the time for our monthly…
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With BBQs and the season of outdoor entertaining upon us, don’t get caught empty-handed heading into your next get-together. When a bottle of wine won’t do, try making your own hostess gift! At the peak of strawberry season, turn a basket of these juicy gems into some DIY strawberry syrup to gift to friends and family.
An edible gift is one of the most practical yet personal items worth sharing. Before your next backyard cocktail hour or dinner party spent under the stars, whip up a batch of this strawberry syrup to present to your host.