8 days and a Gallon Margarita

Wow!! It’s been 8 days since I last posted!!!

We were looking after “the boss man’s” puppy, Bentley a.k.a Marley!

Bentley baby was picked up on Saturday night and life is slowly getting back to normal 😀

He really wasn’t all that bad, we found the mornings the worst, 3 dogs excited to go outside and 2 indoor cats waiting to make a break for it!

We’d have him back in a heartbeat!

Last night “the boss man” invited us over for a drink, one of his signature Margaritas.

He mixed up a huge batch in a blender enough for the 4 of us but he won’t share his secret mix. 😀

The one drink that I did have, was pretty potent! I was a little tippy on the way up the hill to the driveway. 😀

I think I’ll be one up on him with this recipe though!

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Gallon Margartita

6 cups tequila (you’ll need to buy two fifths for this)
2½ cups triple sec (just buy one fifth, please)
2½ cups fresh lime juice
2½ cups fresh lemon juice
2 cups simple syrup

Mix ingredients together in gallon container. Don’t forget to refrigerate! When ready to serve, pour mixture into a 16-ounce glass filled with ice. Salted rim is optional.

Makes 21 margaritas.

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Healing Herbs – Rosemary and Thyme

Rosemary is an analgesic, antiseptic, antidepressant, anti- inflammatory, expectorant, antiviral and disinfectant. Mix it up with garlic for an antioxidant wallop . Use dry or fresh rosemary to make a cough syrup.

THyme has over 35 antioxidants it is also an antiseptic, choleretic and its expectorant properties are good for stomach and toothaches and to disinfect wounds.  It also improves liver and kidney function.