Friday, May 25, 2012

Happy Hour

This is a blast from the past this was the first Happy Hour Friday. Might I say damn it looked good, and the food and drinks were not half bad either.  As we get ready for the long holiday weekend any or all of these treats would be fantastic.  

Here we are can you believe it TGIF!!!!  So you know that when all is said and done everyone needs to cut loose at the end of the week and unwind. There is nothing like getting together with your friend, plus some food, some drinks , nothing less than a great time.   So thinking the boys will be hanging this Friday evening after work Steve, Danny, and Chin but anyone can stop by. So who is in charge of what, Chin has the food, Steve is mixing a cocktail and Danny well he has a handle on the Long Boards and chips.

Chin Ho Kelly's Luau Kabobs 

Aloha! This dish is a melds the flavors of Asian and Hawaiian cultures. It’s a perfect appetizer at any party and also makes a great main dish over some rice.  Be sure to make plenty for your guests.

     1 1/2 lb                       boneless sirloin steak
     1/4 cup                      soy sauce
     1tsp                             sesame oil
     1 tsp                            minced ginger root
     1 tsp                            minced garlic
     1 1/2 tsp                   sugar
     1/2 cup                      chopped green onions
     2                                  red bell peppers, seeded and minced
     2 Tbsp                      salad oil
     1 1/2 Tbsp              soy sauce
     1 Tbsp                      sesame seed, toasted and ground

  1. Cut meat into 3/4-inch cubes. 
  2. Combine the cup soy sauce, the sesame oil, ginger, garlic, sugar, onions, and peppers; marinate meat in sauce for 1 hour. 
  3. Before cooking, drain meat; heat oil in skillet. Add meat and stir fry for 2 minutes or until done. 
  4. Sprinkle with the 1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce and the sesame seed before serving.

Steve’s Super Charged Triple Espresso Martini

Oh baby this does come with a little jolt?  This cocktail is unquestionably enjoyable and rather addicting because of the espresso vodka, coconut and amaretto and when you add the chocolate rim, it's all about satisfying your sweet tooth. 

1 1/2 oz espresso Vodka (I love Three Olives Triple Shot)
1 oz coconut rum
1/2 oz amaretto
Chocolate for rimming
  1. Rim a cocktail glass with chocolate. 
  2. Pour the rum and amaretto into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
  3. Shake and strain into the prepared glass.
  4. Shake the vodka and layer into the glass
Danny what can we say he is just too cute and keeps everyone in line with Longboard in hand.    So ladies are we crashing this party?  Damn straight!  Enjoy your weekend!!!


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