Justonecookbook.com has great recipes covering everything from how to make the perfect rice to how to make the perfect dango for spring. Unfortunately, I can’t seem to follow her blog with the wordpress reader. 😦 Despite that, it is a super blog and I cannot suggest it strongly enough.
I was experimenting with Aperol last night and came up with a drink that I have named an Italian Lemonade.
1 part Aperol (Campari could also work)
1 part Vodka
2 Parts Lemonade
Put the ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake, pour, and enjoy!
I saw an albino squirrel on the way to the bank the other day. I felt so inspired that I just had to invent a cocktail in its honor.
1 part Vodka
1 part Elderflower Liqueur (I used St. Elder)
2 parts White Cranberry Juice
Pour all of the ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake until the shaker feels frosty. Strain into a martini glass or a coup glass and enjoy!
This is the very first post for the Vintner Vagabond. The whole purpose of this blog is to create a space where Paul and I can store some of the thoughts, recipes and bits of inspiration that we gather.
The featured picture for this post is from our first trip to Tokyo. It was taken in Shinjuku Gyoen. I loved this garden. With the gorgeous landscape, the excitement of the trip and the pit-pat of rain on the water, it felt like we were inside a Miyazaki movie. 🙂
I love you Paulsie!