Fresh juice makes a great hydrating nutrient rich breakfast compliment. It also makes a great mixer, just add vodka, or tequila and maybe a dash of cointreau, or chambord. I don’t use the juicer enough but it is always worth the effort.
There was a lot of fresh fruit in the kitchen following a New Years Eve party and I wanted to start paleo January out right. I didn’t think this up, the Green Kitchen at the Milwaukee Market sells this as the Red Rooster. The beauty is in its simplicity and the flavor is robust and delicious.
|Red Rooster with mint garnish|
Combine in a juicer:
2 small-medium roasted Beets
1 small lime
Since I added beets to my diet a month or two ago I have been extolling their virtues. Turns out plenty of people are aware of beets and don’t like them. At our New Years Eve party I learned they smell earthen, like an old moldy basement. Later it degenerated to dirty gym socks. I even had beets on hand to dissuade critics but only reinforced their views. Beets are not for everyone.