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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Cherry Lime Fizz


It is Cherry season! I was super happy to be selected by OXO to receive their new Cherry Pitter!  It makes eating and enjoying this Summertime stone fruit so much easier! It works a breeze on Olives also!  The Pitter features a removable splatter shield that directs juices downward and prevents them from soiling your work area. When not in use, the splatter shield fits inside the front chamber and a lock holds the Pitter closed for convenient storage. Sturdy, die-cast zinc construction removes pits with ease, and soft, comfortable non-slip handles absorb pressure while you squeeze. It was so easy to use. I made some yummy glass stirrers out of Cherries and Celery. It was easy. Simply place your cherry in the pitter. 

Squeeze and the pit falls right out. 
I cut some thin strips of celery and slid the cherries right on. 


With the ease of this tool, I decided to make a summer spritzer to enjoy by the pool. 


Cherry Lime Fizz
adapted from Bon Appetit
2 cups cherries pitted
1/4 cup stevia
1 cup fresh lime juice
16 ounces Club soda
8 sprigs sweet basil

Pit your cherries. Place cherries in a food processor. Add lime juice and Stevia and stir until all stevia is dissolved.  

Strain purée through a fine-mesh sieve into a pitcher.
Add basil leaves, a few pitted cherries and 1 sliced lime.


Divide drink among ice-filled glasses; top with soda. Garnish each with a basil sprig, lime and cherries.
For an adult refresher, simply add a shot of your favorite spirit. Gin or Vodka work really well. Enjoy!



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2 comments:

  1. We must be separated at birth... I was seriously going to make a cherry fizz with the fresh cherries I bought. I decided to do the ice cream cherry pie instead.... LOL!! This looks as good as I would imagine!! :)

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  2. That looks SO refreshing. Great one for summers!!

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