What are you drinking right now?

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moksha
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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by moksha » Thu Aug 13, 2020 9:34 pm

Reeds Strongest Ginger Beer. Who needs alcohol when you can sip on this stuff?

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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by Reuben » Fri Aug 14, 2020 7:30 pm

moksha wrote:
Thu Aug 13, 2020 9:34 pm
Reeds Strongest Ginger Beer. Who needs alcohol when you can sip on this stuff?

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I love me some ginger beer, ever since I lived in Scotland and got to try some. How spicy is that stuff?
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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by moksha » Sat Aug 15, 2020 12:49 am

Reuben wrote:
Fri Aug 14, 2020 7:30 pm
How spicy is that stuff?
Much like meat, you have to sip it sparingly.
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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by Lithium Sunset » Sat Aug 15, 2020 12:36 pm

Vodka and Piña Fraise LaCroix
(‘cause it’s Keto friendly, and when you mix it, over pre-made seltzer’s, you get more alcohol).
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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by Dravin » Sat Aug 15, 2020 2:09 pm

moksha wrote:
Thu Aug 13, 2020 9:34 pm
Reeds Strongest Ginger Beer. Who needs alcohol when you can sip on this stuff?
Oooh... I've had the Extra Ginger Brew but I've never seen that before. That looks fantastic!
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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by moksha » Sat Aug 15, 2020 10:08 pm

Buttered Beere

Hey Harry Potter fans, here is a recipe for Buttered Beere. Even instructions for Mormonizing it with sufficient boiling.
However, NOMinees can also follow the recipe for normal adults.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlMhZvOX2ps
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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by moksha » Sat Aug 29, 2020 7:18 am

Can I share a confession with you? You need not put on your prayer shawl or recite the Desiderata. Anyway, my loving daughter came over on her 21st birthday. I had made some shrimp tikka masala, and she brought a cake and six-pack of Mike's Hard Lemonade and a twelve-pack of some seltzer. It was great, we sat watching Stranger Things and eating that which nourished and strengthened our bellies. First time for her having alcohol and the first time for me in twenty years. We were neophytes to the intricacies of hard lemonade and so we only had one each. Now that I confessed, I will grant both of us absolution by the power of NOM 2.0.

Birthday part II - today we go out for an early dinner to the new Lucky's Iron Door in West Jordan, so we can have the best burgers in Utah and Jadyn can have her Rite of Passage cocktail. I will go with a Diet Coke and perhaps the Bacon Stinky Cheese Burger or the Double Double, or perhaps one with both Bacon and Ham. My daughter wants one called the "Nuter Butter". I noted they had such traditional drinks as a hot toddy, a Moscow mule, an Irish Coffee and about 30 fantasy creations that sound good.

It will be different. We went out to a Korean Barbecue on my birthday. Soft drinks all the way.
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Re: What are you drinking right now?

Post by MoPag » Tue Sep 01, 2020 7:56 pm

moksha wrote:
Sat Aug 29, 2020 7:18 am
Can I share a confession with you? You need not put on your prayer shawl or recite the Desiderata. Anyway, my loving daughter came over on her 21st birthday. I had made some shrimp tikka masala, and she brought a cake and six-pack of Mike's Hard Lemonade and a twelve-pack of some seltzer. It was great, we sat watching Stranger Things and eating that which nourished and strengthened our bellies. First time for her having alcohol and the first time for me in twenty years. We were neophytes to the intricacies of hard lemonade and so we only had one each. Now that I confessed, I will grant both of us absolution by the power of NOM 2.0.

Birthday part II - today we go out for an early dinner to the new Lucky's Iron Door in West Jordan, so we can have the best burgers in Utah and Jadyn can have her Rite of Passage cocktail. I will go with a Diet Coke and perhaps the Bacon Stinky Cheese Burger or the Double Double, or perhaps one with both Bacon and Ham. My daughter wants one called the "Nuter Butter". I noted they had such traditional drinks as a hot toddy, a Moscow mule, an Irish Coffee and about 30 fantasy creations that sound good.

It will be different. We went out to a Korean Barbecue on my birthday. Soft drinks all the way.
So fun! Happy Birthday to your daughter.


My current fave drink is lemon La Croix with a shot of Chambord raspberry liquor. You can just put the shot into the can of La Croix and drink it in front of your TBM family. And no one is the wiser.
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believing in old men’s lies...--Ezra Pound

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