It’s Friday, and after a very hectic week, I’m ready to kick back and relax. A margarita sounds really good right about now. Well, maybe I can wait until after 5:00 tonight…maybe...
How I Usually Make (or made?) a Margarita
Typically if I’m making a margarita at home, I squeeze an orange over a simple glass citrus reamer, maybe add a bit of agave (I don't use it often but sometimes I do here), put it in a glass with a shot of tequila and triple sec (or if I’m lucky, grand marnier), squeeze and drop half a lime in, and I’m good to go. These have been great, way better than some restaurant margaritas I’ve had that were made with a bottle of flavorless sugary and dyed premix.
Thank you, Stacy of Reboot with Joe!
Joe Cross and his Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead films really helped me out when I first got started with changing my eating lifestyle. Those films inspired me to reach for my goal of working more produce into my diet, especially veggies. It had not occurred to me that a tasty margarita made of cold-pressed fruit and veggie juice could exist until I happened across something special on his website: Stacy Kennedy’s recipe: A Juicy Margarita. It even contains broccoli! Don't worry, I didn't taste it in the drink.Read More