Wednesday, June 18, 2014

ORAL FIXATION- COCK-A-TAIL POPSICLES ANYONE?

Does that just look heavenly? And talk about talent! I love a guy who can  do a walrus impression!

Well , it looks as if summer has arrived here in the Northeast as the temps are now in the 90's along with our famous humidity and cotton candy hair!!!!! If your like the Mistress and enjoy summer, you probably like something nice, cool, and hard to sink your lips and teeth into. Something to suck on that will let you exercise your tongue. Work the oral stress away. The Mistress has always been very skilled when it comes to orally pleasing her guests. Now, I bet you people were thinking dirty weren't you? Like gutter dirty. Well, what I'm referring to is a childhood joy of slurping an icy popsicle on a hot day! What did you think I was talking about?
 
 



These pretty pastel pops serve up summer nostalgia and plenty of fun with a Mistress boozy adult twist.  Being the booze hound I am, you knew there would be a twist!!!!!The secret ingredient is Campari, the scarlet Italian aperitif made from herbs, spices and fruit.

It's traditionally served over ice with soda water and a slice of lime or a splash of juice. A great summer barbecue drink, like Pimm's,  Campari is also  refreshing in the heat and mild enough you can sip it all afternoon without worries, trust me, I have! No... I thought why not put it in frozen pops!!!! The pops are sweeter, fruitier and just plain fun. All you need is four ingredients and a couple of kiddie Popsicle molds from the 99 cent store. I have also used tall glasses if you want a long thick pop to suck on for you size queens, or  short wide plastic cups for those short and stubby suckers!!!!
 
 
 The pink grapefruit pops are perfect for Campari lovers – tart, with the alcohol's distinctly bittersweet flavor. If they were served in a little glass at a fancy restaurant you'd call them palate cleansing I tell ya! The orange versions are sweeter, a mouthful of frosty orange with a just a little extra something. Mix up a batch of each – Popsicles never felt so classy people. Give a couple to your cute lawn boy, before you know it, the shirts off and he's literally  eating out of your hands! If your lucky, he may even forget to charge ya.
 
 
 Take some down to the local fraternity house and you'll be the most popular cougar in town! My fraternity boys turn out in droves for these things. Hell, it will even liven up those Bridge games with the old neighborhood hens, before long you'll all be dancing around with lamp shades on your heads!!!! Good for those church choir rehearsals, and there also very popular with the neighborhood kids! They will help me get even with any neighborhood bitches. Here are the recipes-
Campari Citrus Popsiclesmakes 10-15, depending on the size

Grapefruit Pops
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
3 cups grapefruit juice
1/2 cup Campari

Orange Pops
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
3 cups orange juice
1/2 lemon, juiced
1/2 cup Campari

Mix the water and sugar together in a small pan over a low heat, and bring up to boil until the sugar dissolves. Allow the simple syrup to boil for 4 minutes, remove from heat and cool (makes a little over 1 cup). Combine the citrus juice and Campari and add 1 cup of the cooled syrup. You might  have a couple of glasses of Campari to make sure it is fine and taste right. wink!!!! Adjust to taste: for the grapefruit pops, you may want to add a tablespoon or two of extra syrup if you prefer them less tart. Remember, the mixture will taste slightly sweeter in liquid form than it does when frozen. Pour into Popsicle molds, or mold of choice,  and freeze at least 8 hours or overnight. To remove, run the molds quickly under hot water, and gently pull out the pops.
 
 
 
 Take them to your hot neighbor boys and enjoy the day as it gets hotter and hotter!!!!  Enjoy the week and the summer heat, it doesn't have to be unbearable!!! 
Tootles!

38 comments:

  1. You best believe ill be making these gems this weekend mistress! They sound absolutely refreshing!!!!!

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  2. I love you. Your our God of Intoxication. One of these would be so good about right now.

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    1. And the clan would mostly likely agree!

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  3. So is it safe to say the whole community has had your sucker? I will admit these,are tasty.

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  4. A funny post and still got something out of it. I have some friends coming over to lay up on the roof Saturday, these would be the perfect refreshment.

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  5. Honey, you'd be quite popular in the gayborhood as the ice cream man!!!! They sound deeeeeelish!

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  6. This will give me an excuse to get out my molds I hadn't used in years. These sounds amazing...refreshing and mind altering.

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  7. No wonder your so popular in your neighborhood,its your cooling popsicle!

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  8. "I bet you people were thinking dirty weren't you? Like gutter dirty." - is there any other kind? bet you like those long, sweet, hard suckers!

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  9. These sound awesome, you better believe I'm trying these, as long as they bring the boys!!!!! since you like Pimm's try this recipe for Wit and Delight.

    INGREDIENTS
    -gin or Pimm’s, or elderflower liqueur (St. Germain is a common brand many liquor stores sell)
    -tonic
    -fresh herbs like mint and bazil
    -fresh squeezed grapefruit or orange
    -sliced cucumbers, limes, and lemons
    -simple syrup (simmer equal parts water and sugar 2 minutes then cool)
    -ice


    So refreshing!!!!

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    1. This sounds amazing! I will have to try this. I like unusual cocktails.

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  10. oh, I love this adult version of popsicles….I don’t think Campari ever looked so good Beautiful shots of the men of course, were you slightly buzzed in the end???

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  11. Ah, yeah this has me all of a sudden worked up! I think these sound soo good. I'm surprised more bar don't serve things like this in the summer. When I bartended I had a summer drink that was popular in the summer....you might like to try this since were sharing....

    Pomegranate Lemonade Spritzers-

    Ingredients
    •1 cup pomegranate juice
    •1 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice
    •4-6 cups water
    •1 cup simple syrup (1/2 cup sugar + 1 cup water simmered over medium heat until mixture is clear)
    •Club soda
    •Lemon slices (for garnish)

    Directions
    1.In a large pitcher or carafe, combine your pom juice, lemon juice, and simple syrup.
    2.Add 4 cups water and stir well (if you prefer your lemonade sweeter/more concentrated, go with less water, if you like it less sweet add more - definitely adjust this to your own tastes!)
    3.Fill drinking glasses with ice.
    4.Fill glasses half way with pomegranate lemonade, then top off each glass with club soda.
    5.Stir, garnish with a thin slice of lemon, and enjoy!

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  12. Oh Mistress your too funny!!!!!! But they sound scrumptious!!! Last summer I made pina colada pops (coconut/pineapple juice and rum) and sparkling water and elderberry liqueur pops. Very refreshing.

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  13. Fabulous! These could well be the highlight of our Fourth of July celebration.

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  14. My three favorite things,men, oral fixation, and boozy fun!

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  15. Well, this is a weird coincidence. It's hot & steamy here on the ranch too. I was picking up a few groceries and I decided to grab some Popsicles for the boys and I. I got Jr. The classic red, white and blue rocket Popsicles. Hubby likes the Dryer strawberry fruit bars. I go for the Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches... a girls gotta watch her figure.

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    1. he's favorite was mine too! I love getting that when the ice truck came.

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  16. Oh man, these sound great, I will have to try these!! Anything with Campari I love! In the summer I make a Strawberry Ginger Champagne cocktail. In a medium saucepan, combine a pound of strawberries, cup sugar, and 1/2 ginger root with 1 cup of water. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Lower the heat to medium-low and simmer, stirring occasionally, until the strawberries are broken down and softened, approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
    2.Pour mixture through a fine-mesh sieve or strainer, pressing on the solids to extract as much juice as you can. Add the lemon juice and allow mixture to come to room temperature before placing in the refrigerator to chill.
    3.Just before serving, add about ¼ cup of the strawberry syrup to six champagne flutes. Fill each glass to the top with the sparkling wine. Garnish with a lemon slice and a pinch of mint if desired.

    let me know if you try this. I have the feeling you'll love it!


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    1. I can see its going to be a lonnnng drunken summer trying these new concoctions!

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  17. Oh, I cannot wait to try these! Yummy! Ill have to take some to my cute new neighbor!!

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  18. I never would have thought to make alcoholic Popsicle. I might change to different liquor to make them have a little more kick...maybe an orange/citrus rum or vodka.

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  19. I love popcicles and booze, not to mention sticking big things in my mouth!

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  20. So bad with all the cock sucking reference!!! LOVE IT! LOL! And the pictures aren't bad either! Yum though. These sound so good on a hot day. When do we get to see your popsicle????????

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  21. Is this a good idea? Last time you made these didn't you get involved in that making a porn with the Lad?

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  22. would love nothing more than to taste your popsicle;)

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    1. Flattery my friend will get you everywhere!

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  23. Where do I find the boy in the orange Speedo? Does he come with these Popsicles?

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  24. Oh, I need to come to your house! I d enjoy these, or my names isn't Norma Lee Drunk.

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  25. A walrus impression? Bwhah!!!!!! That's a good one! Now pass me one of those treats

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  26. I am so trying these at my holiday BBQ this summer, they sound yummy and maybe I'll get lucky!

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  27. These sound so good and refreshing, but right know this just has me craving a cock.

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  28. There could be booze within a 20 mile radius, and I swear, you'd sniff it out

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