December 14, 2018
Christmas and all its festivities are now upon us, so whether you are entertaining or just kicking back with your loved ones try our Island Snow Cocktail with both the flavours of Christmas-orange and cinnamon along with Caribbean-coconut, rum and tequila in a creamy concoction. Yum.
Serves about 4 total time: 20 minutes
100ml silver tequila120ml freshly squuezed orange juice1 tin coconut milk with the cream200ml coconut rum100ml Spiced Rum20ml maple syrup1 tsp fresh ground cinnamon
for garnish: sprigs of rosemary and fresh cranberries or logon berries
Mix all ingredients together well with a hand or proper blender. Taste and add more syrup if you’d like more sweetness. Then garnish and enjoy the taste of a tropical Christmas.
Photographed on a marble cutting board similar ones available at Main & Mersey and étoile home’s Spots Fabric in Coral and Vermilion.
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September 10, 2020
I was recently reminded of something we used to make at summer camp called Bannock, an easy bread recipe that can be made on a fire using the last embers in a frying pan or wrapped around a stick.
June 12, 2020
I love how modern yet rustic this tart looks, it's an impressive dessert for any occasion, delicious served warm with a dollop of vanilla ice cream and best of all it's really easy to make. You can replace the fruit and herbs with anything that's in season and voilà!
June 05, 2020