So how about some fun stuff?!

Okay, so this has nothing to do with infection control or regulatory compliance,

but these are definitely words to live by:

If you’re going to be doing OSHA and HIPAA, you may as well be drinkin’…

So here goes…

One quick reminder from your favorite safety girl… These drinks are MAGICALLY DELICIOUS, but POTENT!!

Do not do dentistry, drive, operate heavy machinery, sign contracts, get married, dance enthusiastically in public, or accompany strange people to strange places while using these recipes!!!

Oooh, Lawd, maybe Murray should have stopped at 4...

SO FUN WHITE SANGRIA (Click here to print)

Makes about a gallon with all the fruit

  • 1/2 cup sugar or Splenda (or mix the two)
  • 3 bottles of white wine (I usually use 2 pinot grigio and 1 reisling, but whatever you want)
  • 1/3 cup of Cointreau, Triple Sec, or Patron Citronge Orange liqueur
  • various fruits (pineapple, blackberries, blueberries and  peaches are amazing.  Strawberries will turn the sangria pink and the strawberries white so they look creepy but it’s really good!)

Put everything in a pitcher with a lid, put it in the fridge, and let it sit.  It’s best if you let it sit overnight or longer.  Serve over ice and include lots of the soaked fruit and a spoon to fish it out.  It’s awesome!!

Killer Bourbon Punch (Click here to print)

  • 750 ml bottle of bourbon
  • 1 cup sweet vermouth
  • 1/4-1/2 cup sugar (to taste)
  • 1/4 cup orange liqueur (Patron Citronge is yummy!)
  • 20 dashes of bitters
  • 1 cup tart cherry juice (can also use Luxardo cherry liqueur, or Filthy cherry concentrate if that sounds delicious!)
  • 2 oranges sliced into wheels and then cut into halves
  • 2 cups soda water
  • Infused cherries (like Filthy/Bada Bing/Luxordo cherries)

Mix everything together, cover, and put it in the fridge.  Serve over ice.

Mark’s 4-3-2 Margaritas (Click to print!)

(These are evil but delicious!)

  • 4 parts tequila
  • 3 parts triple sec
  • 2 parts fresh-squeezed lime juice

Mix it up and shake it up.  Serve over ice with salt on the rim.

Depending on the tartness of the lime juice, we sometimes add simple syrup, which is sugar dissolved in an equal part of water.  We also sometimes splash some fresh-squeezed orange juice and/or cranberry juice in there.

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