Thursday, September 25, 2008

Not-Yet-To-Be-Named

What do you get when you mix:



And:



And:




Well this of course:


Oh wait, maybe I had one too many of those - that one's a little blurry.

Okay, here is a better one:




Oh, you still don't know what that is.....

Well that, thanks to my most recent TTT is an awesome "drink" that I was introduced to. And it's really easy to make too:

1. You put some blueberries in the bottom of a cup and smush them up a bit.
2. Then you add the blueberry vodka (we used 2 shots).
3. Then you add ice.
4. Finally you add lemonade.

Wala! An awesome drink. I'm sure it has a name - but I don't know what it is. Anyone know what to call it?

Enjoy! (But be warned that these go down easy!!)

4 comments:

ToadMama said...

Uh oh. I don't remember seeing a camera on TTT. That means someone's been enjoying the as-yet-unnamed-drink without her TTT cohorts. Hmmm. I can't say it's genetic. Must be a learned behavior. You know what that means, right? Shannon is a bad influence!

Shannon said...

I'm the bad influence? I don't think so! TM, you're the one who introduced me to that lovely drink!

I believe the name of this drink is simply a Blueberry Lemonade. Fitting, eh?

Amy said...

Well you know I couldn't let the blueberries go bad! And I don't know any other recipe that calls for blueberries :-) (at least that I tried to remember!)

Michelle said...

oh that looks so yummy!!

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