Pimms Ice lollies – August

 

Pimms ice lollies

 

Mix 1 part Pimms to 3 parts lemonade and pour into lolly holders. (or little yogurt pots with a lolly stick or small teaspoon) I stuck a borage flower into each when I froze them, pinned down with a lolly stick. You could try mint too…..

Blue, blue skies
pomegranates growing
frozen bottles
lipstick
little boys
fabric pens
ice creams and lollies
cherries
water colour challenged
beetroot
turquoise
grapes
grapefruits growing
tea, coffee, museli, milk, honey, yoghurt, bananas, peach, marg, scrambled egg, toast, feta, tomatoes, mayonnaise, cucumber.
dancing in the moonlight
snorkles


sea urchins
cocks and tits
D Strutt’s Lemon Polenta Cake…..with a lemony creamy/milky layer……oh yes.
chocolate biscuits, crisps and apples
Istra (Bitters like campari) with white wine. A holiday winner.
floating
swimming
terracotta tiles
Moonlight
Spit!
origami
Boats
feta, tomato and mayonnaise sandwiches
When God was a Rabbit
nakedness
fish
making things
clear, clear, CLEAR, water
deep, deep water
blow up wigs
feet on pebbles
flip flops
Birthday wishes and birthday kisses.
Ed’s party in a field
Dancing in the sunlight
Ratatouille
Fizzy wine
Standard lamps
Granddad’s cigarette case
Sweetcorn, Squash and Coconut Soup
Beetroot and Potato Dauphinoise
Isabel
Berlin
Shoes
Boas
Sausages
Blackberry jam
Scarves
Belt
Snaps
Painting
Birthdays
figs
fennel grappa
Breakfast on the boat
Croatia
Carnival
Friendly, helpful people.
Sour wine gums
Knobbly veg
Land seaweed
Golden Purslane
and edible flowers
La Grosse Fressen
Caroline
Negronis
Blancmange breasts
Pigs Head
Octopus and chorizo soup
Olafur Ollessen
Olafur Arnolds
Food fight
Joseph Beuys
Dirk Bogart
Chairman Mao
Bruce Nauman
Locked door
Michael and Bubbles
Cider
Book
Blog
Ice lollies
KItty
Flip flops………….
Pimms
Tomatoes
Going away
Coming back
Pimms ice lollies ……recipe below….

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