Guest Posts! Cocktail Time by Meagan Parker

>> Friday, May 16, 2008

Dearest Foodies,


If you ever have a recipe, tip or anything you would like to submit please do! Every Friday and Saturday I will not be posting so this is the perfect time for you to submit your materials.


Today's post is from my sorority sister, matchmaker and dear friend Meagan, its about one of her favorite summertime cocktails.


Here you have it!



I got this receipt from my cousin's wife… she and her dad made these "as she was growing up" (she fits in perfect with my family) AnyHoo, we aren't really sure where the name came from, but you have to admit… it's kinda fun to say.


Yuccas


Ever look for that perfect summertime drink for by the pool, on the beach, or at the lake? Well your search has ended with this version of the traditional southern lemonade with a little KICK.


What you need:


  • 15 Lemons

  • 2 cups or sugar (Or for those looking for low-cal Splenda)

  • 1 quart of Vodka: I like Zodiac

What you do:


Take a Sun Tea Pitcher (the kind with the little spout) and fill it up with ice. Add your 2 cups of sugar (Splenda). Next pour in the vodka. Then cut 12 lemons in half and juice them, adding to the ice, vodka and sugar. Slice up the last 3 lemons for looks and toss in the pitcher… put on the top and shake till all the sugar has dissolved (btw… great upper arm work out).


Fill a cup full of ice and pour yourself some lemonade!

3 comments:

Audrey May 16, 2008 at 5:45 PM  

Hey,


Back to the cheese profile you must try Lemon Stilton, fabulous and great with Carr's crackers and a nice Vigonier

Ilovetoeat May 17, 2008 at 12:06 PM  

My god, that's enough liqour for an army!!

Dory May 22, 2008 at 11:22 AM  

We used to have "yucca" parties in college and had so much fun. We would put the mixture in a secured container and throw it to at least 15 people who would shake it for at least 5 minutes each to get everything blended properly. One year we had a cross dressing yucca party and the following year was our clown party. I must say that I don't think I've ever been so sick in my life (that night and the following day). Good times though :-)

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