When you say “cocktails,” the first thing it comes to mind is fruit, not veggies. Ok, maybe you think Bloody Mary or something like that, but on the whole, a cocktail is rather fruity than… veggy, right? Now, meet the new kid on the block: the cucumber. It is responsible for that fresh feeling in your drink. And it looks nice!
Be it Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, or just a memorable party, you will find here all our special occasions recipes, each featuring a short video, the full list of ingredients, preparation steps, and nutritional data.
Summer is with us again and here you have one of our solutions to the scorching heat. Not to mention it is tasty and energizing. Just upgrade your plain-jane lemonade with orange and watermelon. And we’re talking about a lot of watermelon juice. And there you have your upgraded lemonade, or should we say melonade?
There are a lot of variations to the glorious Sex on the Beach cocktail. And this mocktail of ours hits the same spot. So, it has zero alcohol and brings together the sweet ‘n mildly sour taste of orange juice, lime, and strawberry with lavender aroma and sweet grenadine. It’s totally safe! Just pay attention to the sand…
We want to wish you a couple of merry duck legs served over red cabbage and carrot. A lot of attention was put on these duck legs: first, we’ve spiced them, then seared them, and finally, we’ve slid into the oven for just the right amount of time. Serving them on a bed of red cabbage and carrot was just called for.
If you are like us, you just can’t wait for Christmas. It’s not only about Santa, the gifts, and the joy. It’s the food, too, that makes this holiday so unique. Take these walnut crumbs with forest fruits and whipped cream, for example. They are all crunchy, juicy, and creamy, at the same time! We’re pretty sure you’ll not save this only for the Christmas meal.
In order to prepare this traditional Chinese dish, you’ll need a bamboo steamer and Chinese serving cups. We’ll keep this delicate dessert simple (there are also savory versions) and enhance its velvety texture with whipping cream and milk. Sweeten with sugar and serve them topped with caramelized brown sugar.