New Year's Eve Drink
Posted 29 December 2007 - 01:16 AM
Posted 29 December 2007 - 01:20 AM
| Originally Posted by Diana |
mmmmm..... martinis....! My fav martini is the "Buzz Aldren" from the continental. If you like tang this is the one for you!
Posted 29 December 2007 - 01:27 AM
fill shaker with ice and add
1 1/4 oz Peach Vodka
3/4 oz Triple Sec
1/2 oz Peach Schnapps
fill shaker to cover the ice with super concentrated tang mix
shake and pour into tang rimmed glass
be careful... you wont even know you are drinking until you stand up!
Posted 29 December 2007 - 02:19 AM
Diana I love that you keep your drink recipe in your wallet....a girl after my own heart )
All of these recipes sound great!
Posted 29 December 2007 - 05:05 AM
| Originally Posted by Christa |
Jami - I know, I was totally shocked about the whole no liquor on Sunday thing. Actually, and this is funny, it took me a good 3 trips to Safeway before it dawned on me that you can't actually buy liquor at grocery stores. I kept thinking I had missed the liquor section. Odd that I would miss it because the entire rest of the store is arranged just like every other Safeway. GRRRR.. Yes, wine & beer are available, but no liquor. And then the thought translated to Costco...how can I not buy premium liquor in large quantities for a great price?? Yeah, well, gotta travel home to Cali for that one.
One of my good friends in the OC has promised to send me a Costco sized bottle of Ketel One for my bday, but that's not till July!!!
Same here---- In the "dry" cities, they don't even sell beer/wine in grocery stores. When I first moved here, there was a grocery store right out back of my place. After moving and unpacking all day, I ran over there for a bottle of wine. Wandered thru that damn store and couldn't find it. I asked the clerk where the wines were and he said "Garland is dry, ma'am". I asked him what that meant and he gave me a look like I must have spent my life wearing a safety helmet, if you know what i mean.
At least Plano is wet, so we can get beer/wine. But we still have to drive 30 minutes to get our liquor, and we're shutdown on liquor on Sundays too. When we go, we look like lushes because we stock up on everything and walk out about $100-150 lighter in the bank account.
Posted 29 December 2007 - 05:20 AM
Posted 29 December 2007 - 05:35 AM
Posted 29 December 2007 - 05:39 AM
| Originally Posted by lauren c. |
no liquor sold in grocery stores and 7-11s in nj! we actually have to go to the liquor store for any kind of alcohol...some sam's clubs and costcos sell liquor, but none around here...however, they are open on sundays
Posted 29 December 2007 - 07:38 AM
I have heard of the Buzz Aldren and wanted to try it, so i am happy to have the recipe!
Posted 29 December 2007 - 08:20 AM
Like say it's midnight and you don't want to leave the party, Pink Dot will bring you a bottle of Ketel One, condoms, tampons, advil, anything. Even pregnancy tests...lol If you're hungry they'll bring hot food. If you're cooking they'll bring groceries. Usually within 30 minutes.
I swear when I first moved here and lived in the dorms our orders used to go something like this - "Yeah we need a 12 pack of Heineken, a bottle of Jack, zig zags, toilet paper, Marlboros, 3 tuna melts, and rocky road ice cream....oh and Doritos". LOL We were young and lost our minds!
And they only charge $3.50 to deliver, usually within 30 minutes. Look:
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