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Blue Cocktail & 1950s Appetizer Recipes in Our Retro Kitchen



A blue cocktail and 1950s appetizer in our retro kitchen! Recipes below! Visit our Amazon affiliate store for bitters, mixers and more! http://www.velveteenloungestore.com *.
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Recipes:

Blue Peaches Cocktail
2 oz light rum
½ oz blue curaçao
½ oz peach liqueur
½ oz ginger liqueur
½ oz fresh lime juice
2 dashes of orange bitters
IZZE Sparkling Peach juice
Shake all ingredients except sparkling peach with ice, strain into a cocktail glass and top with a splash of peach juice.

1950s Bacon Rolls
8 slices of bacon (I used turkey bacon)
Approximately 4 TBSP peanut butter
Brown sugar
Spread bacon with peanut butter and roll up.Spear with toothpicks that have been soaking for approximately a half hour, sprinkle with a little brown sugar and broil until brown and crispy.

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14 comments

  1. Recipe Archaeology

    We have that snacks cookbook! There were some pretty scary recipes in there!

  2. OK, I think I'm watching too many of your videos! I had a dream last night that you two moved in next door to me and I was so excited that I could come over for cocktails! LOL!

  3. Omg! Your videos are amazing! That cartoon version of you looks like a Hanna Barbera cartoon like Jane from the Jetsons or Wilma from the Flinstones! I think you should do a Flinstones theme cocktail and appetizer! 😉

  4. The hair dryer lamp is divine inspiration, love it! We have that snack cookbook, and a bunch of others in the series. Do you have the 1956 Pillsbury Family cookbook? If so, try the layered meatloaf recipe, excellent.

  5. Cute kitchen….hmmm pb on bacon…interesting

  6. Christine Benjamin

    Super cute kitchen – great collections and I love all the details!

  7. Your kitchen is AWESOME! I love it. You need some fiestaware in there, too! 🙂

  8. I love your kitchen!

  9. That sounds peachy keen! Very pretty too. MMMM bacon. Did I spot my favorite Betty Crocker Cookie Book on your shelf? I LOVE cookbooks too. Your kitchen is fabulous. Have a great day! <3

  10. Cooking with Cricket (cricket516)

    My kitchen is very small too. I love how you have yours. So pretty. I love blue. The bacon snack sounded interesting

  11. Very Fun Video, Love to try the appetizer

  12. Love, love, love all your vintage dishes. Thanks for sharing!!

  13. Laurice's Kitchen

    I adore the color of your kitchen!! I can see why you wrote the post on how to use small kitchen spaces for the greatest effect. 😊 I can't wait to try the bacon peanut better concoction. We have everything for that. And the blue drink is so pretty!! 🍹🍸 Happy tippling!!

  14. Your kitchen really is tiny! It is adorable though. I love the barbie hanging out with your plates and things.😀

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