This drink may not actually contain stars, but you’ll certainly feel like one sipping on it. Tart, fresh raspberries and lemon juice add a fruitiness that perfectly matches the sweet, subtle flavors of prosecco.This recipe is courtesy of Santa Margherita.
Summer is on the horizon, and you know what that means: grilling season! These chicken "lollipops" from Spiceologist are a sophisticated take on your typical grilled chicken and are actually quite simple to make. To make the lollipops, you simply French chicken drumsticks. Sounds scary and super culinary, but it's quite simple. Here's how.
The Raspberry Mint Mojito, coutesy of the BevMo Tasting Room, is the perfect summer drink. Made with rum, fresh raspberries, lime juice, simple syrup, and soda water, this beverage tastes just as delcious as it looks. Top it off with more berries and some fresh mint leaves, and you're ready to go!
Who says that your mimosa has to be orange — or in liquid form? Offering a wide range of mimosa flavors or having a mimosa bar at your big summer blowout will make you the “hostess with the mostest.” This recipe is courtesy of blenctec.
As a veteran of several juice cleanses, I’m no stranger to drinking my beets. Not only is this smoothie packed with nutrients, but also it's sweet and easy-to-drink. My raging sweet tooth demands lots of honey, but feel free to cut back — or not include it at all. The hot pink hue means serving the smoothie in an elegant glass is non-negotiable.
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Whenever I think of New Year’s Eve, I think of champagne… I simply adore the flavor, the bubbles, and the festive feeling it conjures up. Every year I shop for a very special bottle well ahead of the festivities and then look forward to the moment, at the last stroke of midnight, when we’ll pop the cork with great joy, and — I must admit — a fair amount of noise!
So it’s not surprising that for New Year’s Eve I was inspired to create a dessert that’s all about champagne! The idea came to me as I was contemplating the famous French cocktail, the Kir Royal (champagne with a dash of cassis liqueur). So why not take the concept of the Kir Royal, but give it an American twist and make it an ice cream-champagne float?
The result is simply sublime. Served in a gorgeous martini glass, a scoop of vanilla ice cream, a drizzle of raspberry coulis spiked with Chambord liqueur and a splash of champagne are transformed into a dazzling dessert — one that will invariably make heads turn and taste buds sing.