A classy and simple champagne cocktail will brighten up any Memorial Day party. Make this to add some fizz to your start-of-the-summer blow out.
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Champagne Margarita
I love Champagne with a steely tang that brings all my taste buds alive, that makes anyone’s mood a good one — and that makes me hungry for a few salty nuts or practically any rich mouthful. Same goes, at least for me, when it comes to margaritas: tangy is enlivening, sweet really isn’t.And, if you put the two together — a bracing Champagne and a limey margarita — you’ve got what I’d consider the best of both sides of the Atlantic. 
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Five-Ingredient Peach & Champagne Granita
Here’s the thing about granitas: you might recognize them as slushies or slurpees or shave ice. The nuances are small, but the most important thing to know about this granita is that it makes use of the freshest ingredients–in this case, delightfully ripe summer peaches. Oh yeah, and there's booze.Recipe courtesy of Blue Apron
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For an easy, flavorful oyster experience, try this tasty recipe.
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Grape seed extract in champagne packs more vitamin C and E than most anti-aging toners on the market. Strawberries not only instantly brighten your complexion with their fruit acids, but also simultaneously protect skin from further free radical damage with their antioxidant vitamin C. This toner will reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while also helping to prevent further aging. For more beautifying masks, click here!
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Champagne Cake
This time of year deserves a celebratory dessert and what better dessert than one that uses sparkling wine in the cake? Don’t forget to brush the cake with the extra dose of champagne before frosting. It gives the cake a little bit extra sparkle.By Anolon Gourmet Cookware
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In this champagne gelée, you’ll find champagne solidified with gelatin, ruby-red berries, and pomegranate seeds suspended within along with flecks of edible 23-karat gold leaf; it’s perfect for New Year’s Eve or any time you want a spirited, elegant dessert. For more recipes, visit Bakepedia.com.
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A simple yet versatile dressing that can be used to toss with lettuce greens, or a variety of roasted vegetables, like beets.
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Champagne Cake
Moist layers of Champagne sponge cake are filled with a tangy raspberry frosting, and coated in a delicate vanilla meringue buttercream.This recipe is courtesy of Sprinkle Bakes.
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For an elegant dinner, try this butter-poached lobster with champagne sabayon and fresh grapefruit and fennel salad. For more recipes, visit Justmarriedandcooking.com
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Inspired by the strange — and often wildly inappropriate — relationships formed during the '90's teen rom com Never Been Kissed.
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Champagne Grapes Salad With Pumpkin Seeds and Feta
My co-workers often tease me that almost every dish I make includes feta and tomatoes. While they are mostly right, I opted to use sweet, tiny Champagne grapes in lieu of tomatoes for this recipe. Though they are difficult to eat off the stem, they provide a tiny burst of flavor in each bite that nicely balances the tangy feta, while the pumpkin seeds offer a satisfying "crunch."  Click here to see 7 Ideas for Fall Salads.
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