Blueberry Mint Mojitos!

August 2011Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title August 2011, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

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This summer, my friend and I have been on a smoothie kick. My only rule about smoothies is that all the ingredients need to natural and organic. So we usually throw some frozen fruit and lemonade in the blender and drizzle locally-made honey on top. Almost every concoction has been nothing short of o.m.g. deeeelicious but I think we've finally come up with the smoothie to top all smoothies: The Blueberry Mint Mojito!


Crazy refreshing & the perfect blend of sweet and minty ... and alcohol-y. ;o) Because some days just call for it ...

If you try it, let me know what you think! And, I have to say, I could totally see a tray of these being served at a bachelorette party ... an engagement party ... or yes, even an afternoon wedding! Your guests would love you, really! {At least I would!}

Blueberry Mint Mojito

Ingredients:
1 package of frozen organic blueberries
1 1/2 cup lemonade {I use Simply Lemonade}
4-5 sprigs of fresh mint
A splash of rum

Directions:
Combine all ingredients in blender and blend away.
Pour and enjoy!
Garnish with mint and straw if desired.

Do you have another yummy smoothie recipe? I've been looking to venture into making a few vegetable smoothies but haven't crossed the line just yet. Any suggestions would be welcome! ;o)

Images by moi.


This summer, my friend and I have been on a smoothie kick. My only rule about smoothies is that all the ingredients need to natural and organic. So we usually throw some frozen fruit and lemonade in the blender and drizzle locally-made honey on top. Almost every concoction has been nothing short of o.m.g. deeeelicious but I think we've finally come up with the smoothie to top all smoothies: The Blueberry Mint Mojito!


Crazy refreshing & the perfect blend of sweet and minty ... and alcohol-y. ;o) Because some days just call for it ...

If you try it, let me know what you think! And, I have to say, I could totally see a tray of these being served at a bachelorette party ... an engagement party ... or yes, even an afternoon wedding! Your guests would love you, really! {At least I would!}

Blueberry Mint Mojito

Ingredients:
1 package of frozen organic blueberries
1 1/2 cup lemonade {I use Simply Lemonade}
4-5 sprigs of fresh mint
A splash of rum

Directions:
Combine all ingredients in blender and blend away.
Pour and enjoy!
Garnish with mint and straw if desired.

Do you have another yummy smoothie recipe? I've been looking to venture into making a few vegetable smoothies but haven't crossed the line just yet. Any suggestions would be welcome! ;o)

Images by moi.

Kate Moss marries ...

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... Could you have expected less than perfection? See more from the exquisite day on Vogue. Love her 1920s inspired veil and ... pretty much everything else. The bentwood chairs are delicious. :o)

 

... Could you have expected less than perfection? See more from the exquisite day on Vogue. Love her 1920s inspired veil and ... pretty much everything else. The bentwood chairs are delicious. :o)

European {Honeymoon-Inspired} Travel Journal: Versailles

August 2011Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title August 2011, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Article EUROPEAN, Article EUROPEAN {HONEYMOON} TRAVEL, Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

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Entry No. 11: Versailles


Before I gush about the splendor of Versailles, I think I should just say that if you're planning a honeymoon or trip to any city or region in France, stop worrying whether you've chosen the perfect spot. You have and you will love it. I cannot get enough of this land ... it's beautiful, romantic, charming, real, opulent and primitive, all at the same time. It intrigues me to no end. If you have the chance to visit Versailles, do. Do. Do. We spent two nights in the city of Versailles. Our bed and breakfast was two short blocks from the palace. Beautiful city, incredible palace.


A local {I'm assuming here} artist transformed the crosswalks of Versailles into Picasso-esque works of art. My French friend translated many for me and they all seemed to have sayings of peace and love.


There is a rather substantial enclave in the city devoted to antiques. It was fun to window shop and marvel at the fantastic objects, trinkets and art for sale.


I really loved the sidewalk art ... if anyone knows if this artist has a website, please share! I'd love to learn more about him/her. ;o)


My absolute faaaaaavorite part of Versailles .... Marie Antoinette's hameau {or hamlet} ... absolutely incredible.


And no visit to France would be complete without some mind-blowingly beautiful macarons and eclairs. ;o)


Entry No. 11: Versailles


Before I gush about the splendor of Versailles, I think I should just say that if you're planning a honeymoon or trip to any city or region in France, stop worrying whether you've chosen the perfect spot. You have and you will love it. I cannot get enough of this land ... it's beautiful, romantic, charming, real, opulent and primitive, all at the same time. It intrigues me to no end. If you have the chance to visit Versailles, do. Do. Do. We spent two nights in the city of Versailles. Our bed and breakfast was two short blocks from the palace. Beautiful city, incredible palace.


A local {I'm assuming here} artist transformed the crosswalks of Versailles into Picasso-esque works of art. My French friend translated many for me and they all seemed to have sayings of peace and love.


There is a rather substantial enclave in the city devoted to antiques. It was fun to window shop and marvel at the fantastic objects, trinkets and art for sale.


I really loved the sidewalk art ... if anyone knows if this artist has a website, please share! I'd love to learn more about him/her. ;o)


My absolute faaaaaavorite part of Versailles .... Marie Antoinette's hameau {or hamlet} ... absolutely incredible.


And no visit to France would be complete without some mind-blowingly beautiful macarons and eclairs. ;o)

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