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Happy New Year!

by Michele Pesula Kuegler | December 31st, 2007 | Drinks, Recipes
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Putting away Christmas items and “undecorating” the tree today has put me in a reflective state of mind.  In the last six and a half months, I have shared daily events and recipes.  Each recipe about which I have written is part of a memory of this year.  There have been new foods tried, new family members added, and the adventure of writing a blog.

In the coming year, there will be new memories created.  With my love of food and cooking, I am sure that some food or beverage will be part of these memories.  I would venture to guess that some of the memories will even be based on new recipes that I try.

As you prepare to celebrate this New Year’s Eve, I hope it is an evening spent in the company of those you hold dear.  To compliment the closing of 2007 and arrival of 2008, I offer a simple recipe for you to enjoy.  I know that when the clock chimes midnight I will be sharing this recipe with the one I love.

I wish all of a you a new year filled with happiness.

Black Raspberry Bubbly


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Ingredients
  1. 1 oz. black raspberry liquor
  2. 2 Tb. pink decorating sugar
  3. 3 oz. black raspberry liqueur
  4. 6 oz. champagne
Instructions
  1. Place 1 ounce of black raspberry liqueur in a small bowl. (The bowl needs to be wide enough to fit the rim of a champagne flute inside it.)
  2. Place pink decorating sugar in similarly sized bowl.Dip rim of champagne flute in liquor-filled bowl to coat edges.
  3. Then dip rim in sugar-filled bowl. Set right-side up.
  4. Repeat with second champagne flute, and let them dry.
  5. Pour 1-1/2 ounces of black raspberry liqueur into each flute.
  6. Add 3 ounces of champagne to each flute. Serve immediately.
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3 Comments
  1. TK says:

    The thoughts of 2008 are even better than the great times of 2007. The best is yet to come!

  2. Thanx for the drinks tips. Happy 2008!!

  3. […] at our sister site, Tasty Thoughts, I found the recipe for the New Year’s Eve cocktail that I created last December.  As the holiday season has begun, it seemed a good time to share […]

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