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The Chisel Cocktail

As mentioned in This Post, much of my patio furniture was hauled up for the wedding. The photos of my stuff on my patio, such as the photo above, were taken by me with my iPhone.

Photo courtesy of griffithimaging.com

The photos of my stuff at the wedding site were taken by the very talented photographer, Jen Griffith, with a camera that I’m guessing wasn’t anything remotely close to an iPhone!

I thought you might enjoy a little side-by-side of the furniture to see what it looks like on a patio and what it looks like in a beautiful bohemian wedding in the forest.

Photo courtesy of griffithimaging.com

For this one, I only wish Jen would have gotten the other side of this Mexican table, the side that still has some of the original paint on it.

Photo courtesy of griffithimaging.com

My stuff never looked so good!

This is Chanté’s vision come to life.

Photo courtesy of griffithimaging.com

For today’s recipe, I’m posting Cody’s Signature Cocktail which we named The Chisel in honor of his company, Chisel Built.

If you haven’t already visited his Instagram page (from back when I posted about the fireplace remodel and barn door he did for me) then you really must go check it out NOW! Cody’s work is incomparable!

Tomorrow I’ll post Chanté’s Signature Cocktail along with photos of the newly married couple!

Photo courtesy of griffithimaging.com

The Chisel – Cody’s Skinny Margarita

  • 2 ½ cups silver tequila
  • 1 ¾ cups ounces fresh lime juice
  • 1 ¼ cups fresh orange juice
  • 1/4 cup agave nectar
  • 12 lime wheels, for garnish

Mix tequila, lime and orange juices, and agave nectar in a large pitcher and chill.

To serve; fill rocks glasses or cups with ice and pour the mixture over the top. Garnish with a lime wheel.

Makes about 5 ½ cups, about 12 drinks

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1 Shirley { 06.25.18 at 12:36 PM }

I love the bar set-up and can’t wait to make “The Chisel”. Thanks for posting the recipe for 12 drinks…you did the math for me.

2 Linda Hopkins { 06.25.18 at 1:13 PM }

Shirley, you’re welcome for the math assist! I’m not known for my math skills so imagine my struggle when I had to figure out how to make and shop for enough for 100 servings! #mathchallenge

It will be the same with tomorrow’s cocktail, I’m working on it right now, writing it up to serve 10.

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