Back to the tried and tested: Pear, Litchi & Rocket Martini, 2.0

Pear, Litchi & Rocket martini
Pear, Litchi & Rocket martini

It’s been a very long week once again. I’m starting to feel like I say this too often now! Anyway, but the good news is; my course is finally finished, and I passed! Blogging right now, is a certified Advanced Cardiac Life Support, what’s the word? I don’t want to say specialist, but on that route.

After work today I found my mind wondering, as it often does, What do I have in my pantry and fridge? No, I wasn’t thinking dinner, but rather Phuza Thursday. I was quite alarmed about why I’m thinking of alcohol so early in the afternoon, until I looked at my phone and I realized it was Thursday. I hope this is not true, but I think my body knows when it’s time for bottoms up! # hope not though 🙂

But I’m too tired to create my own, Phuza Thursday drink today so solution; going back to my tried, tasted and tested again, and again, and again!

The Primi Piatti: Pear, Litchi and Rocket Martini. Just what the doctor ordered; excuse the pun:-).

It is so fresh and refreshing. The sweetness of the litchi, the bitterness of the rocket and the pear just calming everybody down.












This drink is one of a few things that make this world a better place! For me anyways :-). And that beautiful view of the ocean, the surfers trying to catch waves, priceless 🙂

Author: preciousgarnett

I'm a multi-faceted young woman. I'm a proud mom to a now 8 year old 😜. I'm a daughter, I'm a sister and a friend to an amazing circle of powerful people ❤️ I'm a medical doctor, public health specialist currently in marketing I live food, from cooking to finding the best spots in town and in my travels for a good meal. Health, Fitness and Nutrition fanatic. I live by a few beliefs...: 1. Before I do anything whether related to food or not, I ask myself ' Is it worth the calories?' Whether literally or figuratively( i.e. Is the decision worth the stress, effort, investment) 2. What you put in must come out! If you don't let it out, it settles on your tummy and hips. 3. 'Everything happens for a reason'. I try reflect on situations I find myself in, whether by choice or not. And look for Lessons I'm meant to learn from them, in order to grow.

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