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July 2nd, 2008

Have a happy and safe 4th of July!


Red White and Blue Sangria

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Red Sangria Recipe


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1 lemon, sliced thin
½ cup raspberries
¼ cup sugar
1 bottle of red wine
½ cup fresh orange juice
¼ cup orange liquor


  1. In a large non-reactive bowl, get PRILOSEC, Ordering PRILOSEC online, very gently mash the citrus with the sugar. The idea here is to release the essential oils from the skin of the citrus while letting the sugar dissolve.

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  4. Stir before serving to redistribute the fruit.  Pour over ice, serve and enjoy!


White Sangria Recipe


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1 cup white peaches, sliced
1 cup melon, cubed
¼ cup sugar
1 bottle of white wine
¼ cup orange liquor
2 cups ginger ale


  1. In a large non-reactive bowl, very gently mash lemon and sugar. Then combine the rest of the ingredients (minus the soda) and stir until the sugar has dissolved.

  2. Cover with plastic wrap and chill for a couple hours to let the flavors intensify.

  3. Right before serving, add the soda, PRILOSEC FOR SALE. Pour over ice, serve and enjoy!


Blue Sangria Recipe


Instead of Triple Sec, I used Blue Curaçao here. Curaçao liqueur is flavored with the dried peels of the laraha citrus fruit. The laraha is much more bitter than the orange, so the liqueur itself has varying degrees of bitterness. In short, it's orange liquor with blue food coloring.

1 lemon, sliced thin
1 cup grapes
½ cup blueberries
½ cup blackberries
¼ cup sugar
1 bottle of white wine
¼ cup Blue Curaçao
2 cups ginger ale


  1. Follow the steps from the white sangria recipe above, but using the blue sangria ingredient list.


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32 Responses to “PRILOSEC FOR SALE”

  1. RobNo Gravatar Says:

    I am all over that Blue Sangria recipe!

  2. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Rob, Any plans for the 4th? We are going to be posted on Ponto Beach, North of the jetti, right south of the camp sites. Biking distance from you! Come out and play!

  3. Christie @ fig&cherryNo Gravatar Says:

    Such a fantastic creative idea! I personally love the white sangria, but alas it’s winter here in Sydney and there are no white peaches… bookmarked for Summer though! ;)

  4. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Christie – Frozen peaches will work, just not the caned stuff :)

  5. admanNo Gravatar Says:

    That recipe is very cool. Have a great 4th July. We wish we were with you guys. I would love to be kicking it in PB baby!

  6. PhelanNo Gravatar Says:

    Looks tasty but I am not sure if it’s going to beat out the pitchers of margaritas we will be having at Jose’s Courtroom in La Jolla.

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  8. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Phelan Whats up with the margaritas over at Jose’s Courtroom? What makes them special? I love margaritas too!

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  10. At Home RedesignsNo Gravatar Says:

    They look good! I came up with a little cocktail for the Fourth myself…stop by if you want to see it.

  11. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @adman You know you are too old for PB! Thats not a family man’s place ;) Plus San Diego banned beach boozing so PB and MB just wont be the same!

  12. PhelanNo Gravatar Says:

    The margaritas are nothing extraordinary but they come in pitchers with some good Mexican food for Fourth of July. It’s become tradition for the last few years now.

    So for this time, quantity of over quality rules. Happy 4th!

  13. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    Quantity of over quality, sounds perfectly American ;)

    Looking at the website photo, I have been to Jose’s. But it was pretty late at night, I recall having a 3 Wiseman for a friend’s Birthday. Never again.

    I love me some good Mexican food to kick off my weekend!

  14. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Phelan What other Mexican joints do you frequent?

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  16. PhelanNo Gravatar Says:

    @admin Besides the normal local Mexican joints ending in ***berto’s, Trujillo’s on College has some great Polla Asada. If you want a taste of TJ check out the farmers market on Imperial. http://entertainment.signonsandiego.com/places/san-diego-farmers-market/

    For high end Mexican food, check out Candelas if your looking for a good place to take a date or just have some excellent food. Get the goats milk chocolate dessert. http://www.candelas-sd.com/

    Casa de Madera in Hillcrest is another semi-high end place but I wasn’t really impressed. Food usability was at an all time low; slippery food on dishes that you can’t corner the food to cut it. Lack of salsa for us hot heads that drink the stuff wasn’t winning me over either.

    For those late nights in Downtown San Diego, Valentine’s on Market is a great place to fill up on carne asada before your long drunken trek home.

    For more ideas check out Facebook’s San Diego Taco Shop Aficionados:
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    ¡Salud!

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  19. MarijkeNo Gravatar Says:

    Even though I’m in Canada, this recipe caught my eye. :-)

    My daughter was going to a friend’s cottage for the weekend and had just asked me if I knew how to make sangria. I sent her these recipes and when she got home last night, she said that they were very good.

    Great timing!

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  21. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Marijkea

    Glad to hear that your daughter enjoyed the sangria. Do you know which colored sangria she made? I will be adding a great cucumber martini recipe and a nice affordable wine list post this week so make sure to subscribe :)

  22. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Phelan

    Thanks for the great tips. I love Valentine! I need to try all of your recommendations. Did you see Rob’s hot sauce recipe posted on Foodluvin?

    Hope you had a great celebration this weekend.

  23. robinNo Gravatar Says:

    Ohh, this is so cool! I wish it were July 4th again… but I’ll be making this for labor day!

  24. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Robin

    Thanks for stopping by. To tell you the truth, I just needed an excuse to make sangria and Independence day just so happen to be around the corner. Last time we made some was over the Winter holidays. It worked out perfect :)

  25. JennaNo Gravatar Says:

    Mmmm! Thanks for sharing! — I’ll have to give these a try!

  26. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Jenna – Give it a try, and let us know what kind of fruits you use to make sangria.

  27. JennaNo Gravatar Says:

    I’ve actually never tried making them before I read this. I really liked the Red Sangria recipe though!

  28. adminNo Gravatar Says:

    @Jenna It’s so easy and it makes two buck chuck in to an amazing libation. Perfect for girl’s night! Or for boys who can step away from swag beer ;)

  29. DaveNo Gravatar Says:

    i know a better one you idiots. Red wine, orange juice from concentrate………serve

  30. Jonathan LiebermanNo Gravatar Says:

    I am following your red recipe for our BBQ tonight!

    Do you ever add club soda to make it a bit more refreshing?

    Thanks, J

  31. Fumi MatsubaraNo Gravatar Says:

    Club soda fizz sounds tasty Jonathan. Hope your summer was excellent and you are enjoying parenthood!

  32. RobNo Gravatar Says:

    Well the 4th of July isn’t exactly soon but these look awesome. Going to have to bookmark this for when the 4th does roll around.

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