Sure, it’s barbecue season, but that’s no reason not to enjoy breakfast. And what better way to break fast on the Fourth of July than to dress waffles as sugary, fruity flags? Do that with your hamburgers. Do that with your potato salad. Do that with your hot dogs. (Okay, I can imagine a few ways to do that with all of those, so let’s see the pictures.)
Celebrate Independence Day With Breakfast July 4, 2008
Celebrate Independence Day With A Drink July 4, 2007
Ok, the truth is that at MaisonBisson we celebrate all holidays with a drink. Since we take cocktails quite seriously, I wanted something very pretty for the little Fourth of July soiree we were having. I have found that the secret to a perfect strawberry daiquiri is using frozen strawberries. I also use lots of crushed ice and a ripe banana — it adds a nice creaminess. I garnished with whipped cream, blueberries, and star fruit.
It’s an easy and delicious recipe.
- 2 cups crushed ice
- 1 cup rum (light or dark depending on your preference)
- 2 cups (a 16 oz tub) of frozen strawberries (thawed)
- ripe banana
Combine all ingredients in a large blender that can crush ice. Blend, pour, and garnish.
Warning – this is a delicious drink and goes down really easy. If you are not careful you could find yourself standing by the bonfire and singing Yankee Doodle Dandy in your birthday suit.
Happy Birthday, Popsicle July 4, 2005
Like so many brilliant inventions, it happened by accident in 1905. And through a century of change, it remains a consistent American icon, stick and all.
It all started, apparently, with a forgotten bottle of soda pop with a stick in it and an unusually cold night.