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Frozen Strawberry-Chile Margaritas

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  Frozen Strawberry-Chile Margarita Why not make your weekend celebration even brighter with these easy-to-make frozen strawberry-chile margaritas? These strawberry-chile margaritas start with real strawberries-plump, juicy and bursting with summer goodness!  Add a heaping spoon of green chiles for a warm touch, no need to worry these margaritas are not spicy. The green chiles enhance the sweet… 

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Mango Margaritas by the Pitcher

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  Mango Margaritas by the Pitcher Summertime calls for margaritas and nobody loves tequila more than I do!  Margaritas are the ideal party cocktail and the combinations are endless, trust me I’ve been whipping up these bad boys for the last 5 years here on Sweet Life and even have a entire page dedicated to them…. 

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Seven Layer Burritos

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 Seven Layer Burritos The famous Texas Dip, seven Layer dip  is layered over warm tortillas is the ultimate weeknight dinner meal.  Seven layer burritos, don’t they look amazing? Popular at potlucks in the 70’s this dip is still popular among the football crowd especially on Superbowl Sunday. Today the famous Texas Seven Layer dip gets a… 

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Boozy Affogato

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Boozy Affogato I have been enjoying, slurping, and inhaling Affogatos for a long time, but I hadn’t ever tried a boozy version, what’s wrong with me?    Affogato is Italian for “drowned” A classic Italian dessert that consist of ice cream or gelato floating in a sea of espresso or strong coffee. My little brother loves… 

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Latin Twist: Traditional and Modern Cocktails – Announcing My First Book!

Feliz Cinco de Mayo!  Feliz Lunes!   Can you tell I’m excited?  I have been working very, very hard on a special project on a subject that is very dear to my heart.  Hours of research, hours of tweaking, testing and scribbling on my favorite turquoise notebook – poor little book, it has seen better… 

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