I have thoroughly enjoyed getting out of town and cooking... okay, and drinking a little wine... yep... I love all three of those things!
The first month we made some fantastic soups, the second month was all about fondue, and last month we made Irish foods... lots of Rueben-related deliciousness!
|Yep, she's cute, young, and adorable... Dang.|
When I go to the class, I thought it would be fun to bring along the fixings for a breakfasty cocktail. The obvious ones that come to mind are Mimosas and Screwdrivers... oh, maybe Cosmos... I make a pretty great Cosmo.
But I thought I should look at other options. What should I make? Do you have any suggestions? (Probably not a Bloody Mary... in theory I should LOVE them... because I love everything that goes into them... but, I don't love them... yet.)
I thought this Cranberry Kir Royale looked delicious:
That kind of looks delicious... and so does this Chambord Kir Royale
I bought a bottle of this Chambord Liqueur a few weeks ago. I haven't used much of it. It's a black raspberry liqueur... very sweet... almost too sweet... but would be delicious mixed with a drier Champagne.
Bellinis sound delicious and so does some sort of a Pimm's Cup...
Anyway, if you have any suggestions... I'm listening. Give me advice. Tell me what you like to drink for brunch!
I don't have much time... the class is tomorrow night... I have to start my taste-testing research ASAP!