15.6.12

guest post: Peach & Rosemary Summer Fizz

It's Friday and I've saved a really special post from a sweet friend for last. Jennifer (nice name she has right?) is so kind, and beyind talented. Here amazing photography always makes me drool, especially when it involves food. You're all in luck too, she generously shares a beautiful and yummy recipe for the perfect Summer drink. I'm going to have to try this now! -Jennifer

guest post by Jennifer from I Art U
guest post by Jennifer by I Art U
guest post by Jennifer from I Art U

Hi! I'm Jennifer Young, lifestyle photographer and blogger at I ART U.
I'm honored to be here filling in for Jenn while she's away enjoying NYC!

Summer is officially here! It's a season filled with such beautiful fruit and I always look forward to baking pies, crisps, or concocting colorful drinks for dinner parties. This peach and rosemary summer fizz is so easy to make and it's perfect for a hot day when you're in need of something cold, sweet, and refreshing.


INGREDIENTS:

+ 5 peaches, pitted
+ 2 T lime juice
+ 1 can lemon-lime soda
+ rosemary simple syrup (recipe here)
+ rosemary sprigs for garnish
+ 2 cups ice


DIRECTIONS:

Blend four peaches with lime juice until puréed. Pour puréed peach nectar through a sieve into a bowl and refrigerate. Make rosemary simple syrup and refrigerate until cool. Fill glass with ice and one cup of peach nectar. Top with lemon-lime soda and a splash of rosemary simple syrup. Garnish with remaining peach slices and a rosemary sprig. Enjoy!


Serves 2.

19 comments:

  1. This looks amazing and I love being able to put my fresh herbs to good use! :)

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  2. Mmmmmmm, looks delish, thanks for the recipe and beautiful photos too!

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  3. rosemary syrup? Is there such great thing and I don't know it? Oh my!! :D :D


     In Whirl of Inspiration

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  4. This looks so delish! You make some seriously tasty drinks Jennifer!

    can't believe I've only just found your blog Jennifer- especially after coveting to your wears for so long!

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  5. This sounds AMAZING! Perfect summer drink! Thanks!

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  6. I found this post though Pinterest. The photo was so beautiful that I just had to come here to read the recipe! Love it! And love your site :-).

    I would like to invite you to share this post (and your other posts :-) ) on a new photo based recipe sharing site that launched in May. The idea is simple: all recipe photographs are published within minutes of submission. And, of course, the images link back to the author's site.

    It's called RecipeNewZ (with Z) - http://recipenewz.com

    I hope you get a chance to visit and to share some of your delicious posts with our viewers. It would be a pleasure to have you on board :-)

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  7. This looks so delicious!

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  8. hm it looks so yummy! I will surely try it!
    Thanks for sharing

    jasminblancboutique.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. oh yum! i have to try this soon

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  10. This looks extremely refreshing and easy. And I LOVE the table cloth. Any word on where it's from?

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    1. Hi Emily! The tablecloth is from World Market. :)

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  11. i have to try this! it looks so refreshing!

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  12. Can't wait to try this. I have a great rosemary pot growing...this will be perfect!

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  13. hmmm rosemary syrup... something to make this weekend I think! looks delish.

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  14. Yum that looks delicious!

    xo Lisa
    www.makinglifeslemons.com

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  15. What a wonderful summer dish. But we're thinking champagne instead of the soda! Has anyone tried that?

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thank you for your comments.
if you have any questions please email me via the 'contact' link.

-Jennifer

 

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