Today while I was in the kitchen working on some experimental recipes, I decided to make cocktails for my younger son and myself.
I pulled out two large tumblers and asked my little guy to grab a bottle of sparkling water from the dining room. He came back with the requested water and “fancy” glasses, wanting me to make our beverages a little more upscale. Of course, I obliged.
- 3 ice cubes
- 6 ounces sparkling water
- 2 ounces fresh squeezed orange juice
- Place ice cubes in glass
- Pour sparkling water over ice cubes
- Top with orange juice
- Garnish with fresh fruit if desired
Full credit for this photo goes to my younger son. While I was in my office (our former laundry room, it’s just off the kitchen), he commandeered my camera and set up this photo shoot, organizing the backgrounds, etc. He is 9 years old and I wish I could take a picture that is as good as his. He is quite the artist and does amazing drawings and water colors.
Here is a message from my little sweetie, “I’m glad to be able to take pictures on my mom’s website.” My older son’s baseball tournament continues and we’re off to see tonight’s game!