I just can’t let Cinco de Mayo pass without having one of these Cucumber + St. Germain Margaritas. I discovered St. Germain years ago and then came across THIS recipe from Freutcake. I’ve been playing with it ever since! I LOVE the simplicity and how a few ingredients make each other sing.
Many people have one. Lots don’t. But the ones that do tend to guard it. So if you don’t already have your own guacamole recipe then look no further. And hey, even if you do you I bet it doesn’t hold a candle to my Holy Guacamole! You won’t believe how 5 ingredients can come together to make something so bright and clean.
Although you can probably subsist on margaritas and guacamole – aw, college – I like to have a little something that constitutes a meal on Cinco de Mayo! And I really can’t get over how quickly and easily this Citrus Salsa comes together. It’s one of those ready-in-minutes toppers for whatever fish or chicken your heart desires.
There’s no way that I was in Turks & Caicos soaking in the sun (re: hiding under an umbrella) just a month ago! I think the older you get the faster time goes. Although if your kids are in school as little as mine are then maybe not. Case in point: Spring Break. My lovelies had TWO FULL WEEKS off for spring break. Yes, it’s aggressive. But it does lend itself to coast-to-coast and international travel! Diggin’ deep to find that silver lining… We headed south to the unbelievable beaches and water
I vividly remember making boxed-mix blueberry muffins with my family on the weekends when I was a kid. Trying SO HARD to wait until they were cool enough to eat but inevitably scorching my tongue on the white-hot blueberries. Oh the delicious pain! Now that I’m older and care about what’s in the food I make