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101 Blender Drinks Hardcover – May 24, 2010
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But there are far more options than just drinks with alcohol. What about a cold frozen dessert like Frozen Oreo Cookie or Cool Caramel Flan? Frozen drinks are a great way to cool down during the summer heat. This book offers creative, refreshing options that go far beyond the classics.
- 101 recipes illustrated with brilliant four-color photographs throughout
- Recipes emphasize fresh fruits, herbs, and other ingredients for bold and fresh tasting frozen drinks
- Author Kim Haasarud is a James Beard honored mixologist and the founder of Liquid Architecture, a Los Angeles–based beverage consultancy
With creativity, imagination, and plenty of ice, 101 Blender Drinks will keep your summer get-togethers fun and refreshing.
Recipe Excerpts from 101 Blender Drinks
Kim’s Ultimate Piña Colada
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Frozen daiquiris and margaritas are par for the course, but there's so much more you can do with your blender. In 101 Blender Drinks, Kim Haasarud, the Liquid Chef, provides a bevy of sophisticated and fun ideas for mixing up some icy refreshment. All the classics are included, but why not try some new creations? Get your daily dose of fruit with a Papaya Zinger. Or try a Jasmine Peach Bellini made with Prosecco and jasmine tea syrup. For something a little less sweet but just as refreshing, blend up a Pimm's Freeze with cucumber, strawberry, and Pimm's No. 1.
You can also adapt your favorite drinks and cocktails for the blender—cosmopolitans, mojitos, and sangrias are perfect when mixed with ice. There are plenty of alcohol-free options, and you can even break out of the dessert doldrums with a Frozen Oreo Cookie drink or a Cool Caramel Flan.
There's almost no limit to what your blender can do. With imagination and plenty of ice, 101 Blender Drinks will keep your summer get-togethers fun and refreshing.
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Top Customer Reviews
I only wish there was an electronic version of this so i could have it handy on my phone wherever I go.
This is one of a series and I
believe I have them all.
Highly recommended for home and
bar use ! Something for everyone
1 oz of "Brut Champagne" , 3/4 oz of "St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur" used in 1 drink or and "Pear Nectar", "Hendrick's Gin", 1 oz of "Hibiscus Orange Syrup" for another drink? How about 1.5oz of" Lychee Juice", 1 oz " Sake" , 3/4 oz" Zen Green Tea Liqueur" and a stalk of lemongrass.
Really??? Do you have Mascarpone Cheese and "Chambord" handy? Here's a good one. I know you have a jar of lingonberry preserves in your and a bottle of Orange Vodka in your bar. Don't we all have a bottle of "Blue Curacao", "Skyy Cherry Vodka" "Cinnamon Infused Leblon Cachaco" and "Navan Vanilla Liqueur".
Seriously........... you've got to be kidding me. I wanted a simple, ingredient's on hand or easily obtained at my local store. I'm not about to spend a small fortune opening a bottle of champagne for 1 oz........or half these specialty liquors and ingredients. RIDICULOUS
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This item was as described. Arrived on time. Would purchase from vendor again. Thanks!Published 15 months ago by DB_DIVA
It looks like a fun book and has beautifull presentations , but not for me. I needed non-alcoholic smoothie recipies..Published 22 months ago by Alice D. Hurst