A: A shot glass with half Baileys Irish Cream and half Irish whiskey B: A pint glass filed 2/3 of the way with a stout, like Guinness. Drop A (glass and all) into B and chug!
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” ½ ounce vodka ” ½ ounce Frangelico ” ½ ounce white crème de cacao ” ½ ounce Baileys Irish Cream Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled martini glass, or in a rocks glass over fresh ice.
” ½ ounce of Kahlua ” ½ ounce amaretto ” Generous dash of Bacardi 151 rum ” ¾ pint of Guinness Similar to a Car Bomb, except without the slamming and chugging. Pour all the liquors into a shot glass and dump into the pint. Stir and enjoy.
Use cranberries as colorful garnish for this holiday cocktail. 1 1/2 ounces cognac 1 /4 ounce Grand Marnier (or other orange-flavored liqueur) 1 ounce pure cranberry juice (not cranberry cocktail) Champagne or sparkling wine Sugared cranberries (see recipe) Combine cognac, Grand Marnier and cranberry juice in shaker with crushed ice. Shake gently and strain into … Continue Reading →
2 lemons, quartered 1 cup fresh mint leaves 1/3 cup superfine sugar 1/2 medium seedless watermelon (red or yellow) cut into chunks 1 cup vodka Squeeze lemons into a large pitcher and then toss in the squeezed lemon quarters. Add mint and sugar and muddle until mint is bruised and sugar is dissolved. Puree the … Continue Reading →
Purple grape juice contains the same powerful disease-fighting antioxidants, called flavonoids, that are believed to give wine many of its heart-friendly benefits. Passion fruit juice is a good source of antioxidants and inhibits cancer cell growth in two types of cancer cells. 6 ounces Welch’s 100-percent Grape Juice 1 ounce passion fruit juice 2 ounces … Continue Reading →
Cranberry juice contains proanthocyanidins, which can prevent the adhesion of certain bacteria as well as significant amounts of antioxidants and other phytonutrients that may help protect against heart disease, cancer and other diseases. 1½ ounces peach liqueur 4 ounces cranberry juice 1 ounce Barefoot Bubbly Premium Extra Dry Pomegranate seeds (available at Hiller’s Markets and … Continue Reading →
Guavas nectar is a rich source of vitamin C and high amounts of calcium. The nectar is also a valuable source of vitamin A and B, nicotinic acid, phosphorous, potassium, iron and folate, and is high in fiber. ½ cup guava nectar ¼ cup cranberry juice Coarse-grained sugar for sugaring glass rim (available in wine … Continue Reading →
Studies have shown that pomegranate is loaded with disease-fighting antioxidants, is high in potassium and fiber and contains vitamin C and niacin. To make simple syrup, combine 2 parts sugar to 1 part water in saucepan. Bring mixture to a boil and when sugar is dissolved, remove from heat. Allow to cool before using. Can … Continue Reading →
1 cup Breyer’s low-fat vanilla ice cream 1/2 cup skim milk 5 Oreo cookies Michael Weiss says: “I take the ice cream and put it in a large cup with skim milk. Then I mix it up with my spoon, not a blender, but keep it as a very thick milkshake. Then I drop half … Continue Reading →