Monday, December 22, 2008

Cooking w/G-Money: Pink Yink Ink Drink!

When G-Money first learned how to read she learned by reading Dr. Seuss. When she could successfully read a Green Eggs and Ham from cover to cover I decided to reward my favorite lil' chef with a gift; Green Eggs and Ham Cookbook. Well G-Money has been dragging this little book around, for what seems like forever now, dying to make something with her awesome Aunt. Unfortunately for little G-Money her awesome aunt has been in college hell and has not had the time to devote to cooking with G-Money.

Well that all changed this past weekend when G-Money came over and we made Pink Yink Ink Drink and watched Horton Hears a Who. It was a Dr. Seuss extravaganza!

As for the recipe it was soooo easy to make. The only thing I would change would be to use fresh berries because it was a little sour as you will see. One more thing, I would like to apologize in advance that G-Money isn't wearing her signature apron but I finally had the chance to give her the apron Ryan and I bought for her at Pike Place Market in Seattle and she decided to wear that instead.




Pink Yink Ink Drink!
source: Green Eggs and Ham Cookbook


Ingredients
1/2 pint fresh or 1/2 cup frozen blackberries, thawed
1 cup milk
6 fresh strawberries, green tops removed, or 1/2 cup frozen, thawed
1 teaspoon honey

Directions:

1. Put the blackberries in a blender and puree them.

2. Pour into a large glass.

3. Put the strawberries,

the milk,




and honey in the blender and blend.

4. Strain the mixture, optional. (we didn't do this but would definitely do it next time)
5. Pour the strawberry mixture carefully on top of the blackberries.




Unofficial Step 6: taste directly from the source to make sure it's all good.

And now for our first sip and the verdict is...


oooooh a little bitter, not gonna lie...
But overall after a little clever stirring, or should I say a lot of clever stirring, we deem this drink Pink Yink Ink-tastic!

1 comment:

Katie said...

LOL! This is the best blog post ever! Looks like so much fun.
And ps - MERRY CHRISTMAS, CB! :) :)

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