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Country Martini

Post by DLFL » Wed May 09, 2012 14:40

Country Martini

Into Old fashion glass put:
Ice
Jigger of Gin
Splash of Fermented sauerkraut juice
Stir and drink

Sophisticated Country Martini

Into shaker put:
Ice
Jigger of Gin
Splash of Fermented sauerkraut juice
Strain into martini glass
garnish with piece of julienne cabbage heart
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Post by HamnCheese » Wed May 09, 2012 14:54

I can hardly wait for five o'clock!!!!!

How about a beef stick swizzle?
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Post by DLFL » Wed May 09, 2012 16:33

Beef stick swizzle sounds good to me! :lol:
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Post by NorCal Kid » Wed May 09, 2012 19:19

I love a GOOD dry, gin martini-and the Country Martini looks like just the thing!

I've had some 'interesting versions'- martini with anchovy-stuffed olives (which forms a slight fishy oil slick on the surface); "Frog Ball" martini- float a couple of pickled brussell sprouts in your gin & vermouth, with a pickled asparagus stalk to stir...

The meat stick is an interesting alternative...

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