Last weekend a client asked me to make a non-alcoholic drink for a party. I did a little research and stumbled across this recipe for a non-alcoholic spritzer on theKitchn website. It was everything you would want in a drink: full of flavor, refreshing, and interesting enough to not miss the alcohol.
The flavor of the drink , which is primarily composed of sparkling water, comes from a simple syrup infused with orange, lemon, and rosemary. It’s yummy stuff and stored in a mason jar in my fridge, it didn’t last long. Before the week was out, I found myself in need of making another batch.
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Tagged Food, ginger, infusion, Lemon, mason jar, mint juleps, Recipe, rosemary, simple syrup, sweet tea
I’ve become pop obsessed. I kicked off summer with the purchase of a Zoku quick pop maker and I’ve had frozen treats on my mind ever since. My Pinterest board of “recipes to try” has been taken over by these frosty summery desserts and I found even more inspiration upon ordering the People’s Pops cookbook after reading about it in the Wall Street Journal.
Yes, you read that right. The venerable Wall Street Journal recommended a book on popsicles. I’m patting myself on the back at the thought that I haven’t regressed to a 9-year old’s cravings for dessert on a stick, but instead am just swept up in a trend that even the suits that read the Wall Street Journal can’t resist.