We made these tarragon cocktails for a party and we've been drinking them for two weeks to use up the simple syrup. I'm not the slightest bit tired of them because they're that good. I can't wait to use the recipe as a template and swap in other kinds of herbs. Lemon and rosemary? Grapefruit and fennel frond? I am on it.
I realize that tablecloth is crazy wrinkled but I have no intention of ironing it. I'm thinking maybe if I ignore it the creases will magically fall out. Or we'll just pretend it's a textural choice.
you have sold me on what to make for dinner this weekend!ReplyDelete
I hope you love it! I make it as a side dish if I'm eating with other people but if I'm on my own I can make it a meal.Delete
Love your comment about the tablecloth! I think the same way about it :) Gives it character, I say!ReplyDelete
i do a very similar cocktail with rosemary simple syrup and lemon juice. it's amazing. plus if you want to make it for a crowd you can do this one. http://joannagoddard.blogspot.com/2012/05/best-party-cocktail-youll-ever-have.htmlReplyDelete
Hahaha! Yes, I think eventually they will fall out..ReplyDelete
texture always makes everything better.ReplyDelete
god, that tarragon cocktail sounds so refreshing.
I knew you were doing better than scrambled eggs.ReplyDelete
oooooo i like your comments disclaimer. might have to do something similar....ReplyDelete
Just spritz it with a little water before work, and by the time you come home the wrinkles should be (mostly) gone :)ReplyDelete
this is awesome - love a wrinkly table clothReplyDelete