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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Cooking with Banshee: The Azalea

It's Sunday at the Masters.  The Masters is played at Augusta National Golf Club, one of the most beautiful and picturesque golf courses in all the world.  The 13th hole is one of the most famous holes on the course, both because of its history and it's beauty.  It is a par 5 where many Masters champions have launched their charge to the finish line and many other players have seen their hopes trickle away into Rae's Creek.  The hole is named Azalea, and this drink bears that name.  And, before you start protesting about your dislike of gin, give this a try.

The Azalea

Ingredients:
2 oz gin
1 oz lemon juice
1 oz pineapple juice
Splash of grenadine

Directions:
Add ice to a cocktail shaker.  Combine all the ingredients into the shaker.  Fill a tumbler with ice.  Shake it up.  Pour over the ice in the tumbler and enjoy.  If you want to fill a mason jar, you'll probably need to double up the recipe.


This recipe and photo came from foodgawker.com.  Check out that site.  And check out Banshee Sports on Facebook.  "Like" it if you like it.
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