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    July 19, 2010


    So glad you're posting again! Love this blog and you made me LOL with your picture in the middle of the street.

    This sounds wonderful! I've never thought of using basil in sangria like this.

    YES! I just got a basil plant as a housewarming gift and was wondering what to do with it.

    This sounds delish, K. You always make me smile. Definitely a fun way to use up some basil ;).

    glad your back !!1
    Will you be at the farmers market on Saturday? We are driving up from Tampa this weekend to Knoxville and wanted to stop by and say hello

    Thanks you all!

    Elizabeth - I'd love to meet up with you! We've got a pretty busy day planned because we're in the middle of some MAJOR renovations to our house (as in demolition & putting walls up) but we plan on getting to the market on Saturday morning pretty early. I'll email you as well to make sure I get in touch with you.

    This is the peach sangria I have been looking for! I am going to link you up to our Friday's Favorite so I can find you again~ come visit, and have a cold glass of yummyness.

    incredible! I will surely try your recipe-Super natural drink-love it!

    I made a bastardized version of your drink last night and it was awesome. I'll post it at EatWisconsin today.

    So here is my take on your recipe:

    This weekend I carbonated some pineapple juice and made pineapple mint mojitos but instead of rum I used Cachaça. Awesome. Not quite as good as the peach but another seltzer maker success.

    I made this sangria the other night and it was WONDERFUL!!!

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