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Begin with a frozen version of the simple lime, tequila, liqueur and sugar cocktail. Here's what you need:. Start by filling your frozen concoction maker's ice reservoir to the appropriate line. Next pour the tequila, simple syrup, liqueur and lime juice into the party machine's blender jar. Simply hit the machine's switch to shave the ice and blend the drink. In no time you'll have a pitcher full of this delicious sour and sweet cocktail.
Serve in a margarita glass with a slated rim for that complex taste. It's the perfect Feb.
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Try making this tasty red drink at home with this easy recipe:. Combine liquid ingredients in your frozen concoction maker's blender jar. Unlike the classic margarita, this drink may go better with a sugar rim than a salt one. Experiment with this recipe at home this National Margarita Day. Load up your frozen concoction maker's ice reservoir and pour the remaining ingredients in the blender jar.
Then just shave and blend your drink to perfection. Try one of the increasingly popular spicy cocktails. Pour the tequila, liqueur, powder, syrup and juice into your frozen concoction maker. Serve in small glasses and garnish with lime wedges and slices of jalapenos. For a little extra kick, dust the rims with cayenne pepper salt. Nice people, check out their site. These stories of love, courage and adventure will inspire you to follow their lead and experience your own gutsy adventure.
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I take a lot of pictures. I try to get the sunset every night.
I sometimes shoot the sunrise too. I like beaches, manatees, dolphins, etc. The new book will be hopefully a very humorous look at life aboard a boat.
Key West: Tequila, a Pinch of Salt and a Quirky Slice of America
There are things that are very important to boaters that landlubbers never even think about. It is not a serious literary masterpiece. This is my attempt to motivate myself to get busy and get the dang thing finished. Suggestions for additional topics are welcomed. Yesterday I came up with the brilliant idea to ask a few semi-famous authors of nautical humor to contribute a chapter.
They can only say no, right?
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Keep an eye out in for the release date of Poop, Booze, and Bikinis. I have visions of it reaching number one at Amazon for boating! All input is appreciated. Big sale alert! A gem of a book by Jon Breakfield is what this is. What is Minimalism? Trying to pick my favorites is tough, but here we go:.
Poop 2. Booze 3. Marinas versus Anchorages 4. Bikinis 5.
Marine Critters 6. Boats 7. Rum 8. Weather 9. Nekkid People Deflatables Tits, Pits, and Ass Things I Love about life aboard Things I Hate E Stupid People on Rental Equipment Hiking Western North Carolina.