Rosetta Tordis. bar. January 31st , 2017.
Step 5: Get Smoothie-ing! I generally recommend that if you are very new to smoothie making that you start very simply, as I did, with pure water, a couple of small bananas (or one big one) and one handful of fresh fruit of your choice. Strawberries work well, as do any berries, or peach, nectarine, pineapple or mango. All of these are good and very straightforward to buy and use. From there, when you have your confidence up and are ready to try new things, you can start to get a bit more experimental and add in other more unusual ingredients such as the powders and potions and even a little bit of oil if you'd like to (ideally no more than 2 teaspoons per pint). Personally I keep oils out, but then getting enough calories is not my concern as my needs are pretty low in that department! One step beyond that is to experiment with using nut or seed milks for a base instead of bananas, which is where your nut milk bag will come in. This is really easy to do, but I'll keep the "How To" for another article which will follow next issue. Until then, I'll be expecting you to set your smoothie bar up to perfection ready and eager to go for next week!
Once youve set up the structure of your bar, stock it with wine bottles and other home bar accessories. Decide on the kind of liquor you would like to have in your home bar. Vodka, wine, rum, tequila, brandy and whiskey are some bar essentials. You also need to include fizz drinks and flavored juices if youre going to make flavored cocktails for your guests.
Delicious food- Food is the basic necessity of a humans life. Whether it is a bar or a restaurant, the person visiting there will definitely try at least one cuisine. The food is something that adds a power in the feel of getting drunk. A lot of bars offer exceptional finger food, steaks, burgers and other such options. When you go to a bar also consider reading the reviews about the food quality.
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