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    Default Fluffy alchie "milk" shake

    Having just returned from a rather intense day at work I decided a little alcoholic refreshment might be in order. Unfortunately the only stuff I have here in terms of booze is Co-op fortified wine (alright in trifle but horrid neat) and white rum. The only mixer I had was water or soya milk. However, necessity is the mother of invention...

    Fluffy raspberry rum shake

    Ingredients:

    a couple of measures of rum
    probably about 3/4 cup frozen raspberries
    some (3/4 pint?) sweetened soya milk

    Bung everything in blender, top with more milk or raspberries if rum flavour too pronounced.

    The rum kind of curdles and thickens the milk. It's rather tasty.

    Cheers.

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    Default Re: Fluffy alchie "milk" shake

    mmmm... youre making me thirsty for booze, twinkle...

    im on call at work today so i cant drink.

    but dont worry, im sure ill catch up tommorow!

    i enjoy making accidental yummy things!

    good work!
    the aim of life is to live, and to live means to be aware, joyously, dunkenly, serenely, divinely aware.
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    Default Re: Fluffy alchie "milk" shake

    ooooh yum! sound gorgeous!

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    That sounds really gorgeous

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