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“One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor.” – George Carlin

Posted on 24th Jul, 2012 by Hillary Mickell
"One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor." - George Carlin

Tequila! More than 300 million blue agave plants are harvested each year to make this celebrated beverage. While the most traditional way to drink tequila, and most celebrated in universities across the country is straight up with a lime and salt, equally popular for the post baccalaureate crowd is the classic margarita.

Refined palettes enjoy a lesser known sangrita – sipping a shot of GOOD tequila with a side of a sweet and sour spicy drink.

If you choose to celebrate Tequila day without actually drinking the stuff…here are a few popular options for a tequila meal.

Tequila-Soaked Watermelon Wedges by The Bitten Word
Tequila Ceviche with Shrimp and Scallops by Emeril Lagasse
Tequila-Marinated Hanger Steak by Food Republic
Tequila Peach Galette by Not Without Salt
Tequila Cookies by The Foodies Kitchen

Photo by Kim Miller

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Comments (2)

  1. 24th Jul 2012

    Thanks for the mention Hillary! We are honored! Tequila Cookies are always a welcome treat ;)

  2. 31st Aug 2012

    I recently discovered tequila and traditional sangrita in place of the lime-salt combo and now prefer that. When entertaining friends I sometimes make an extra spicey version made with scotch bonnet or habanero chilis – Not for the faint hearted

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