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Recipes

Blue Ocean Limeade

Our partners at Monin have developed a tart and tangy drink that is an eye-catching shade of blue, thanks to the addition of blue curacao syrup.  

 

Give it a try and tweet us your pics at @HBC_Community!

 

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Topics: Recipes, coconut, Lime juice

Fresh Garden Salsa

A great-tasting fresh salsa keeps customers coming back for more. With a high-performance commercial culinary blender, making fresh salsa is a snap—20 seconds or less of blending time. It's easy to experiment with smooth and chunky versions simply by adjusting the blending time and speed. 

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, salsa, Mexican, tomato, Lime juice, orange pepper, garlic, basil, Culinary blenders

First and Ten

Just in time for Father's Day, this thirst-quenching cocktail combines six fresh fruit juices with gin, rum, grenadine and seltzer for a refreshing alcoholic beverage.

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Topics: Frozen cocktails, Featured, Feature, Beverage, pineapple, grapefruit, cranberry, Lime juice, lemon juice, Orange Juice

Pisco Sour

The clear brandy known as pisco is enjoying something of a renaissance in the booming Peruvian economy—there are even two Peruvian national holidays celebrating the spirit.

Legend has it that the Pisco Sour was invented at Lima’s Hotel Maury in the 1930’s when an ex pat named Victor Morris ordered a whiskey sour only to find out that the bar was out of whiskey. Pisco was substituted, or so the story goes, and eggs whites were added later as the drink recipe evolved. The tale has its skeptics, but bartenders in Lima seem to be sticking to the story.

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Topics: Peru, Cocktails, Pisco sour, Featured, Feature, Beverage, Lime juice

Cilantro Edamame Hummus

Hummus doesn't have to mean chickpeas—edamame can also be the base of a flavorful paste that's perfect for dipping, roll-ups, or anything else a chef can imagine. This recipe is an easy side for any kitchen with a high-performance commercial food blender. And it's the kind of unusual dish that gets customers talking and keeps them coming back. 

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, hummus, cilantro, Lime juice, edamame

Fresh-Squeezed Radler

“Radfahrer,” or “radler” as it’s commonly translated, means “cyclist” in German. It also refers to a mixture of beer and lemonade or beer and lemon soda.

The legend is that an Austrian innkeeper had a large group of cyclists arrive and had to stretch his limited beer supply by cutting it with lemon soda. The mixture became popular in warm weather, especially among young and active imbibers, and is now sold all over the world in some form or another.

At the Wunderbar, located inside Kansas City’s premier Austrian restaurant, Grünauer, bar manager Scott Beskow always has some creative version of the traditional radler on his drink menu—and his recipes always call for fresh-squeezed fruit juice.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Citrus, Beverage, lemon, Austrian, Lime juice, Beer, Radler

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