thirsty thursday | fuzz buzz

before we got married, the mister lived in a dirty boy house.

it had cat hair covered couches, squished ants on the windowsill {“to set an example for the others”}, an endless pile of dirty dishes on the counter, made worse because there was no dishwasher, an impressive selection of expired salad dressings & other bottled condiments & was located on a dead end street that no one, not even the city, knew about, which was evidenced by just how many times the only way in & out was blocked without notice, either keeping you there, or forcing you to drive through a pack of marathon runners.

it also had a huge tv, well stocked bar, kegerator, & was close to downtown, making it a great place for friends to get together.

DSC 4070 thirsty thursday | fuzz buzz{there’s probably still some glued to the counter their old kitchen}

concocted from the only ingestible ingredients found in that house one night, it’s sweet, tart & will sneak up on you if you’re not careful, but turned out so good, it’s the constant cocktail of choice when all of our friends are together.

FUZZ BUZZ

makes about 64oz

3 peaches, pitted & quartered (no peeling, that’s the fuzz)
8oz vodka
1/2 can frozen lemonade concentrate
ice to fill blender pitcher

add the peaches, vodka & lemonade to the pitcher of a blender.  top off with ice & blend until smooth.

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3 Responses to thirsty thursday | fuzz buzz

  1. AndreaW says:

    Now that I have popped out my kid…I’m sooo making these tomorrow! That really makes 64 ounces?

    Love the Blog (-:

  2. Elizabeth says:

    You didn’t like Turner Street? :) Love this recipe. My uncle John made these throughout my childhood (we got the virgin version), Mom makes them every summer & has passed that recipe love to Drew & me. Simply delicious.

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