Valentine Cocktail

I am looking forward to Valentine’s Day this year, but that wasn’t always the case! One year my friends and I threw a party for ourselves. Mainly we just watched “The Devil Wears Prada” (it had just come out on DVD), ate desserts and drank wine. Another year we threw a red-themed party after Valentine’s Day. We served all kinds of red appetizers, fresh pomegranates and red cocktails. I love the idea of themed cocktails.

This year I am planning on making:

Pomegranate-Champagne Punch
Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups pomegranate juice
  • 1 cup pear nectar
  • 1/4 cup orange-flavored liqueur, such as Grand Marnier
  • 1 bottle (750 ml) Champagne

Directions
In a large pitcher, combine pomegranate juice, pear nectar, and orange-flavored liqueur. Slowly add Champagne. Serve over ice. This recipe was found in Martha Stewart Living.

Images from Souvenirs of a Girl. (I don’t have a source), Arnaud Pyvka for Marie Claire Italy and Deerlings. Second image via Martha Stewart Living.
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Stephanie is an internationally recognized calligrapher. She employs a wide variety of calligraphic tools, papers, textiles, inks and found objects to articulate both words and portraits.
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6 Responses to Valentine Cocktail

  1. ann west says:

    yum, yum…I am going to make that cocktail too! maybe tonight !

  2. I love your first two images!

    Do you think there’s a place where people register their 70s homes for photo shoots like the one in the second image?

  3. Sean says:

    For my 21st birthday party we made a giant tub (classy! but wrapped in metallic pink wrapping paper so…slicker than your average!) of improvised cosmopolitans – vodka, cranberry juice and something fizzy…needless to say, your cocktails sound much better. I’ll have to give ’em a try!

  4. Carol says:

    Yum-make me one of those fun cocktails!

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