Designs by Gollum for
with the Apple Bubbletini recipe
as well as Susan's
Between Naps on The Porch
Thank you Susan & Michael, for hosting these fun
events every week.
still looked pretty, I invited my sewing
friends to join me for lunch prior to
starting on our stitching projects.
I tucked in a few blue ribbons in place of the Irish picks.
I set the table using BH&G green dishes along with
Fitz & Floyd salad plates & accessories.
that my sister found in my
parent's attic &
passed it on to me.
It is very delicate & perfect for the ladies!
I love the flowers & swirls down each handle.
The pattern is Wildwood /Always from 1958.
Along with soup & salad, I'm serving:
I watched Claire Robinson make them on Food TV last week.
- 1 cup fresh apple cider
- 1/2 cup pomegranate juice
- 1/2 cup apple brandy or Calvados
- 1 bottle Prosecco or Cava, chilled
- 1 crisp apple, such as McIntosh, for garnish
Mix the cider, pomegranate juice, and apple brandy in a glass measuring cup or pitcher until combined. Chill until ready to serve.
To make a Bubbletini, pour about 1/4 cup of the cider mixture into a chilled glass. Top with ice-cold Prosecco. To garnish, either very thinly slice the apple crosswise on a mandoline slicer and float the wheel in the cocktail, or cut thin wedges from the apple and garnish the rim.
I won these beautiful Napolian bee glasses
at Twirl and Taste
Thank you, Libby...I ♥ them!
I showed you my new water pitcher last week but it looks so good with these green dishes that I had to include this shot with the view of the candle through the handle.
combined them into one bouquet for the sideboard for desserts.
hot cup of coffee or tea.
You don't have to sew to join in!
Thanks for visiting The Gazebo House!