In Our Kitchen: A Rainbow of Drink Options

The cook needs to stay hydrated

The cook needs to stay hydrated

It’s summer. Your drinks should be colorful. Above is a mojito for the chef.

Not your standard hard ciders

Not your standard hard ciders

Here’s some cider from a trip.

Even on clearance it was still costly

Even on clearance it was still costly

Grab a clearance bin beer. This beer was aged in red wine barrels which gave it an interesting tart cherry finish after the rich chocolate and coffee start.

Hey cheap and goes with everything is a good thing sometimes

Hey it’s cheap and goes with everything

And don’t forget to stock up on green wine.

To get a peek inside other bloggers’ kitchens hop on over to Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for her monthly roundup.

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About Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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5 Responses to In Our Kitchen: A Rainbow of Drink Options

  1. What a great assortment of colors of booze Rufus! I’d like to be your taste tester of Artisan ales! Thanks for the month’s kitchen view too!

  2. Misky says:

    Looks very refreshing!

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  3. Eva Taylor says:

    Lovely ways to stay hydrated this hot summer.

  4. I couldn’t agree with you guys more. It is summer so he drinks should be lighter and the clothes should be breezy.. to accommodate for all the BBQ lol. I love everything and would drink it if it was non-alcoholic :).

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