Monthly Archives: Ιούνιος 2011

που μπορώ να βρω να βρω λιτσι;

παρακαλω πολυ οποιος ξερει καταστημα που να πουλαει λιτσι (φρεσκο φρουτο) και να εχει διαθεσιμο καθημερινα να επικοινωνησει μαζι μου αν δεν μπορει να αναρτησει εδω τη διευθυνση!
ευχαριστω προκαταβολικα για το χρονο σας!

17th century


Take a peck of Apples, and slice them, and boil them in a barrel of water, till the third part be wasted: then cool your water as you do for wort, and when it is cold you must pour the water upon three measures of grown Apples. Then draw forth the water at a tap three or four times a day, for three days together. Then press out the liquor, and run it up; when it hath done working, then stop it up close.

A Boke of Gode Cookery.



1 cup chilled Prosecco (Italian sparkling white wine)
2 tablespoons chilled vodka
1/3 cup frozen lemon sorbet
1/4 teaspoon chopped fresh mint leaves

Pour the Prosecco and vodka into 2 Champagne flutes, diving equally. Spoon a scoop of sorbet into each flute. Sprinkle with mint and serve immediately.
by Giada De Laurentiis

Little Girls Drink

6 fluid ounces lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
1 dash grenadine syrup
1 maraschino cherry

Into a tall glass, pour soda and grenadine over ice. Add cherry and straw.

“A favorite drink for little girls and party-goers alike. Some grenadines may have alcohol in it, so be sure to check for that before you make this for children.”

Homemade Amaretto

1 cup water
1 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 cups vodka
2 tablespoons almond extract
2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Combine water, white sugar and brown sugar in a saucepan over medium heat. Heat until boiling and all sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat and let mixture cool for about 10 minutes. Pour in vodka, almond extract and vanilla. Mix well and store in a sealed bottle.

Tastes like the real thing

Blueberry Vodka with Martinis

1 liter vodka
1 pint blueberries, rinsed and dried
1 cup raspberry flavored liqueur
1 lime, juiced
1 twist lime zest, garnish

To make the blueberry vodka: Pour out approximately 1/3 of the bottle of vodka into a holding container; set aside. Score each blueberry with a small nick and place into vodka bottle. With the vodka previously set aside, fill the vodka bottle until just below the neck. Add just enough raspberry liqueur to top off the bottle. Let sit in a dark place for 2 weeks.
To make martinis: In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine 2 parts blueberry vodka, 1 part raspberry liqueur, and a dash of lime juice. Shake vigorously and strain into glass. Garnish with twist of lime zest.