“ Sarah’s combination of ginger ale and cucumber infused vodka make this cocktail both mild and simple, but it still packs a fizzy kick that’s perfect for patio-sitting and socializing in the sunshine. Krysta, Recipe Hunter ”
Ginger and cucumber are two of the most calming natural ingredients, so it’s no wonder this simple fizzy cocktail inspires Thursday evening front-porch gatherings and refreshing relaxation as the spring gets warmer by the day. Sarah’s Cucumber Ginger Fizz incorporates clean flavors with the subtle bite of carbonation, pairing nicely with a fresh lime wedge–a delightful thirst-quencher that’s sure to satisfy.
“ I crave feeding the people I love just as much as they crave being fed. The kitchen is my happy place -- and in it, I keep my friends close, heart full, and stomach happy. ”
Sarah Marie Gerrity and her blog, Sweetsonian, come to us from Washington DC by way of California. Sarah’s a busy girl. When she’s not in the kitchen creating fabulous new recipes, she’s at her desk writing about them, or photographing her most recent dishes in the best light possible. On sunny days, Sarah can be seen biking across the city, and she adores a good cocktail after a long day of gardening. A multimedia editor and infographic designer by day, Sarah is also working as a freelance graphic designer and loves swimming, running, and brunching.
Why spend extra money at the store for flavored vodkas when it's so easy to make your own? Here, we show you how to make your own cucumber infused vodka.Read the full tip >
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