27 April 2011

News Flash: It's Almost Derby Time


Just in time for the upcoming Kentucky Derby, the sweet and saucy Miss Tipsy featured yours truly and a delicious Bourbon Slush recipe I inherited from my late grandmother-in-law. Check it out at the Tipsy Reader.com and maybe you can whip up a batch to watch the race with.


Credit: This image belongs to the Women & Whiskies of SkyySpirits.

29 comments :

  1. Commented there! It looked so yummy!

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  2. i'll be watching. hope to see the next triple crown winner!

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  3. Bourbon Slush! Mmmm... sounds sinful! ;)

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  4. I don't think I'll be watching the race, but I wouldn't mind indulging in a Bourbon Slush after this semester is over. I need a way to destress! Thanks Juju!

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  5. I love Derby time! Maybe we'll have triple crown winner sometime in our lifetimes:) Wouldn't that be cool?

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  6. Misha: Thanks!

    VV & Jenny: Weee! That would be SO cool!

    Cherry: It is ;)

    Missie: It's refreshing and destressing!

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  7. How time flies!
    Anyhow, I am ready for a Bourbon Slash, thank you!
    Now, where's my hat? ;-)

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  8. Aww!! Time to get out our huge hats!! Love the Derby!

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  9. I'll have to check that out! Thanks for sharing this--how fun!

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  10. Oh, now that looks very yummy! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Checked out the post, and that looks totally yummy!

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  12. Hee, thanks for the linky love. Oh! And I tried it with fresh lemons and orange juice and holy yum yums! Me thinks this will be a summer staple... :D

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  13. You know I have never watched the Derby. Partly because of this guy from Kentucky I meet at a party once. Anyway... that looks delicious.

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  14. We need to make this drink! Here in Baltimore everyone's all hyped up for the Preakness. I'm sure a bourbon slush will work just as well in both settings :)

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  15. Can't believe it's already time!!! WOW!

    Angie

    http://angelasanxiouslife.blogspot.com/

    New Follower!

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  16. I've never watched the Derby, but I'm sure open to making this drink :)

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  17. When we lived at Fort Knox, Derby time was so much fun!! I loved seeing all the women in their crazy hats..:)

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  18. Woo I have a 3 day weekend...MM sounds like a load of fun to me.

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  19. How wonderful! I need to check that out!

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  20. Mmmmm . . . yummy! I am on my way! :-)

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  21. Someday I would love to go to the Kentucky Derby... The Bourbon Slush sounds delightful :)

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  22. Ooh, inherited recipies! I'm off to check it out :)

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  23. going to the Derby is on my bucket list--I want to sit in the bleachers, wear a big hat and bet on a horse.

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  24. Arrghh I want to go! It does look yummy.

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  25. See...it's things like this that make me wish I drank. Well, maybe not. LOL But still, so very cool to be featured! Yay! :o)

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  26. Will have to check it out. Thanks for the heads up and congrats on the feature!

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  27. Fun! Sounds like something the hubs would dig. I’ll have to check it out :)

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  28. All: Thanks ladies!

    Merisi: Right? I love big hats.

    Carrie: Me too!

    Tipsy: Oooooo fresh lemons! YUM! I'm so proud. Thank you!

    Andrea: O sad! Maybe I'll reform you ;) Thanks for sharing your story.

    Katie: Yes yes the Preakness! I need to go there too! Does the Preakness or Baltimore have a signature drink?

    Beach: She is pretty great.

    My anxious life: Welcome welcome :)

    Alexis: It's sorta infectious.

    Tina: That's my favorite part too. I hope to be one of those ladies some day.

    Liz: I hope it was fabulous!

    Midnight & Kaye: Me too!

    Lizzy: They are the best, aren't they?

    Danielle Angel: *smile* thanks!

    Christie: I bet he would ;)

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