June 2017 Magazines - Page 20

About Break out the punch bowl, pitchers and outdoor dishware; the season As the school year winds down and comes to a close, HomeAid Southern Nevada is gearing up for their month-long Back to School Success Drive from June 26 to July 31 bene- fitting the city’s underprivileged youth. During last year’s drive, they gathered close to 1100 back- packs filled with supplies in time for the new school year. This year, their goal is to collect of summer soirees and al fresco dining has arrived! Entertaining even more, with the number to up tasty beverages with flawless host‐with‐the‐most execution, we homeless, displaced and disadvantaged high school students. work out of what to serve your guests at your summer fling. might not have access to them, helping them to further their education with together, and if you have a self‐service station, you'll be able to enjoy toothbrushes and toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner, body soap and 1/2 part fresh lemon juice, 1/2 part vanilla simple syrup, and 1/2 part http://support.homeaidsn.org/Back2School17 or call (702) 721-7150. guests at your graduation party, family reunion or general poolside hit being 1500. The school supplies brew ha ha can be fun but stressful. To get some ideas on how to serve and hygiene items collected benefit Project 150, a local nonprofit that helps Vodka. Here, he shares a few tips and recipes to help take the guess The backpacks and their contents are invaluable to students who otherwise Tip #1: Make a large format punch cocktail. It's simple to throw drives, spiral notebooks and pocket folders, black ink pens and highlighters, Punch. Mix 1 part (750 ML bottle) Reyka Vodka with 1/2 part Solerno, ucts. For more information and a list of donation drop off sites, visit well chilled and top with 1/2 equal part of sparkling water. Berry Lemon Zinger talked to Trevor Schneider, National Brand Ambassador for Reyka your party more! Trevor’s go‐to punch recipe is the Icelandic Winter POM pomegranate juice in a punch bowl with a block of ice. Stir until basic necessities. In addition to backpacks, HomeAid is also requesting flash bath gel, deodorant, socks, sports bras and underwear, and sanitary prod- Tip #2: Offer a low alcohol by volume cocktail for those who wish to This punch makes the perfect non-alcoholic “mocktail” for those who wish to abstain, but can also be transformed into a lively libation with a shot of gin or vodka in each serving. part honey syrup and 1/4 part fresh lemon juice in a cocktail shaker 24 oz frozen berries (raspberries and strawberries) the Icelandic Lady: Combine 1 part Reyka Vodka, 1/2 part Aperol, 1/2 and shake it up. Pour into a flute, top with Champagne or Prosecco and garnish with a lemon peel. Tip #3: Have some fun with herbaceous beverages. Mint, basil, thyme, rosemary, etc. will add dimension and put the “fresh” in your refresh‐ ing creations. You just can’t go wrong with the classics– think mojitos, mules and julips. Or try this kicked up version of the popular Tom Collins by shaking together 1 1/2 parts Reyka Vodka, 3/4 parts lemon juice, 1/2 part simple syrup and 2‐4 basil leaves. Double strain into a Collins glass, garnish with a basil leaf and holler a resounding “Bam!” Finally, mind the details, but keep it simple. Have plenty of glassware, ice and water available for your guests. And when red Solo cups sim‐ ply don’t fill you up at your classy backyard get‐together, stock )͕ѥ͡ѕˊAɽɥ݅ɔ Ʌє ɕ]ϊAM)QɝЁٔɕЁ͕ѥ̸IȁѼɥɕͥ䁅)ɅȁՕ́Ѽѡͅ%ӊeѡ䁝)ȁÁͅ]䁅ͼ՝Ё͕́ѕ)́ͅѕȁѥ̸()չ)ձ(ļȁɕ͠Ёٕ(Ā؁褁ɽ镸Ʌєѡݕ(ĀȁѕȤѱȁ)ѱͥȁɥ́ЁͅՍѥȴ)ɥɕՕѱչѥѡɥ́ٔɽݸ)ɕ͕ѡȁե̰Ѐѕ̸MɅ)ɔѡɽ՝ͥٔѼЁѡե)%ɝэȰѥȁѽѡȁѡ併)եɅєȁMٔ)ٕȁ)ɑѼԁٕ䁍ͥ)ѡɥЁ䁅иȁѡ̰ɕ)!!́!́Uɥ٥)Mѡɸ9مeѡ)QYѡ͔ݕɔѡѽԁQX́)ѥĸ !хQ ͉)MܤȸMɥQ屽ȀQ)ɥѠMܤ̸A%̀1ѱ!͔)ѡAɅɥи!݅ɐ չ(!̤Ը]ɐ ٕȀ1ٔ)Ѽ ٕȤ