Tag Archives: Sangria jelly

Banana Splits — for adults

A friend (Thank you Miss T) sent me a link to a local food blog, which goes right over my head. But then the blogger posted this recipe for a banana split –http://www.saltyseattle.com/2011/02/not-yer-mamas-banana-split/#more-3145. All I can say is wow, I’m … Continue reading

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What would they say in rehab?

Spent time in the kitchen this morning with a brand new winter flavor —Mimosa. It’s pretty good, organic orange juice, pretty good champagne and tastes like a mimosa. I’ve accumulated a pretty good little mix of alcohol based jellys. I … Continue reading

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Holidays

Not much to report on this week, by which I mean I didn’t make a new flavor. I did make a lot more apple butter, more cranberry jalapeno, and sangria, all of which seem somewhat holiday’ish’ to me. No more Eastside … Continue reading

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Creme de Cassis and my drinking past.

When I drank, which was a while ago, one of my pretensions was a drink called kir, or kir champagne or kir royale, or kir vermouth. Kir was a drink invented to cover up the acid taste of white wine  by adding syrup. … Continue reading

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Sangria Jelly?

Sangria is a red wine jelly with citrus and its tasting great Continue reading

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