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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Peach Buzz

I wish you could put your nose right up to the computer and smell these. Absolute ambrosia. Buzz-worthy.The other night I was watching "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid". Absolute ambrosia. Always buzz-worthy. And so I thought, why not combine the two? 

My sister-in-law makes a summer peach drink that I used Paul Newman's Newman's Own lemonade in. If you don't know about all the products and goodness of Newman's Own, here is the link:

Aside from being pure ambrosia to look at, he did so much for so many. I love the story of his visit to one of his Hole in the Wall camps. It was a hot summer day and he was eating lunch with some young campers. Of course, Newman's Own lemonade with his picture on the carton was the beverage du jour and the lemonade cartons were on the table. An astute little camper looked at him, then looked at the lemonade carton, then looked back at him and said , "Gee, how long have you been lost?"

Lose the heat, lose your worries and make this luscious, twice as peachy, summer drink. Happy Thursday!

Robin's Peach Fuzz

3 ripe peaches, seeded but not peeled
1 6-ounce frozen lemonade (use Paul Newman's if possible or, if you can't find the frozen, use just enough regular lemonade and ice to get the consistency you want...should be slushy)
6 ounces vodka
ice cubes

Put peaches, lemonade, vodka in blender and then add ice cubes to fill mark. Blend and drink immediately or let "mellow" for 3-4 hours. You can also make these 3-4 days in advance and freeze. My, wouldn't that be a tasty ice cube to add to any beverage!! Imagine the zip it would give iced tea!

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