Slushed!: More Than 150 Frozen, Boozy Treats for the Coolest Happy Hour Ever [NOOK Book]

Overview

Who says pops are just for kids?

In the sweltering summer heat, you need a quick way to cool down and keep the party going. Here, in this refreshingly spirited volume, you'll find a frosty collection of more than 150 booze-infused frozen desserts, such as:

  • Blackberry ...
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Slushed!: More Than 150 Frozen, Boozy Treats for the Coolest Happy Hour Ever

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Overview

Who says pops are just for kids?

In the sweltering summer heat, you need a quick way to cool down and keep the party going. Here, in this refreshingly spirited volume, you'll find a frosty collection of more than 150 booze-infused frozen desserts, such as:

  • Blackberry Limoncello Sorbet
  • Chocolate Martini Pudding Pops
  • Amaretto Ice Cream Sandwiches
  • Frozen Kahlua Cheesecake
  • Maple Bourbon Sugar Shack Shake
With full-color photos and unique party tips, Slushed! guarantees you'll have an intoxicatingly cool summer!
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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

"Beautiful pictures and fun recipes that combine liquor and ice cream. What's not to love?" --Anali's First Amendment Blog

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440533457
  • Publisher: F+W Media
  • Publication date: 3/18/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 1,136,183
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author


Jessie Cross (Salem, MA) started her nationally recognized food blog The Hungry Mouse in 2008. An avid home cook, her recipes and photography have been featured on websites such as Better Homes & Gardens, Bon Appetit, Saveur, and Foodgawker. She won the Kraft Breakstone's Triple Churned Challenge in 2010. Currently a copywriter for one of the largest ad agencies in New England, she hopes to turn The Hungry Mouse into a full-time business.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2014

    ¿¿¿¿

    Well, l do believe that it's spelled 'absolutely' and you should remember that 'it's' is a contraction for 'it is' while 'its' is a possesive adjective. Its fur was blue. It's raining outside.<br>
    The plot hasn't revealed much about the main character, other than the fact that s/he is ambitious. I'd suggest that you build more on the personality. <p>
    So far, so good! I have limited knowlege of Pok&eacute<_>mon, but l think this story has the potential to really take off. <p>
    By the way, if you want to put an accent over the 'e' in Pok&eacute<_>mon like l did there, you use the symbol &<_>eacute exactly as you see it there. To be able to put the rest of the word right next to the accented 'e', use a <br>
    <<_>_<_>> <br>
    ((I really hope that up there works. o.o Experiment!))<p>
    One more thing: a line break is the same form for those paragraph spaces, except you replace the 'p' with a 'br'. <p>
    I look forward to your next chapter! Rating for this part: Three stars -- Average. <p>
    ~Four

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2014

    Well...

    I got lost.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    Good

    Even though I don't really like Pokeman. Very good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    HatchetBlade

    Good!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    Firework

    Pretty kewl start!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    Epicness

    So far, good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    Typical Pokemon Quinn - Prolouge

    (So, I:'ve been playing the Pokemon games on my DS, and I abosolutley love them. I know that this story might not be good. I tried to write a story on a wolfs life, but it failed. Even if this is bad, please keep reading and posting. Suggestions would help a lot. Thanks!) <p> I walk through tall grass for the first time of my life. With a partner, my Leef. Leef is my first ever Pokemon, so I'd better train him to start my journey. I was thinking of what a Snivy would look like when it evolved when suddenly, a twig snaps, a pebble's kicked, and the grass rustled. <p> "Go! Leef!," I shout out. <p> A wild Purrloin, level 4! <p> I command, "Leef! Tackle!," as I readied a Pokeball. <p> The Purrloin used Scratch! <br> Leef used Tackle! <p> Purrloin used Growl! Leefs Attack fell! <p> Leef used Tackle one last time! <P> Purrloin was caught! <p> "Yes! My first caught Pokemon. I'll call you...Mister." We all walk through the tall grass again, on our way to Floccesy Town. My name is called. I don't know who. I look around to see a man with hair that looked surprisingly like a Charmanders tail was up on a cliff. "I am Alder, one of the champions. I see potential in you, young trainer. Follow me, to train at my house." I first went to the Poke Center to heal my 4 Pokemon. Leef, Mister, Patrat, and Sewaddle. <p> When I reached his house, he asked, "If you don't mind, how come you have 2 maps?" I answered. "Oh! That boy with the big black hair? Isn't his name Hugh? You should go find him, he went along Route 20." So I traveled away to find Hugh. <p> I didn't see any new Pokemon. The one I've been longing to catch was that little Lillipup. I heard I get's really big in it's third form, Stoutland. Going along the path written ahead of me, I found Floccesy Ranch. There were two people, with two Herdiers behind them. My eyes caught Hugh on the other side of the fences. <p> I decided to look for new Pokemon. From where I was, you could see the ranch Mareeps playing. Apparently the one I tried catching wasn't very cooperative and took 3 of my Pokeball down. I went into the ranch. <p> The battle with Hugh was tough, 'cause most of my Pokemon were faint or low on HP, but somehow I managed to win. After our battle the ranch owners came, searching for their other Herdier. The owners wife gratefully heal my Pokemon before I went off with Hugh. <P> I accidentally battled a janitor...<p> 4 Years into the future... <p> Please Rate and Review! And tell me about any typos.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    Moone

    I like the plot, but it's kinda confuzzling at times.

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