The Steven Hawking of Juice Blogs!

First off, I am becoming a blogging expert (not!!)

Yes I have now just discovered how Stumble Upon, Digg and all those other happy-crappy and fabulous social bookmarking sites can make life on the net a big wonderful piece of chocolate cheesecake. Yes, that's kinda like announcing in a press release that I've just invented the wheel - at a sports car convention - but we all have our issues. So I'm behind the learning curve, sue me. I used to fight Muay Thai and play hockey for crying out loud! I'm allowed to be a little slow, yes? Look at the last Rocky film, he wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer either.

At any rate, the reason I bring this up is because apparently I am now to ask all my gentle and faithful readers to click the fancy buttons I have toiled hours over to add to the blog, so that it gets me popular with all the cool kids. So, if you like my humble home on the web, please add me to google reader and twit the post. Soon to come will be the inevitable stumble and digg buttons, just you wait and see.

And just for doing so, here's another fantastically entertaining video! Cheers!



Yes, that video has about as much to do with juicing as a coat hanger has to do with flying elephants, but I just thought it was the type of juicing video I would do, if I ever decided to do a youtube impression of Jack Lalanne. Only problem is I have no idea how to beat box.

I can't leave it at that, so here's a fantastic great juicing recipe I'm sure you will love.

Ginger Ale Juice
  • five stalks of celery
  • one-quarter inch piece of fresh ginger
  • one ping-pong-ball-sized red beet
  • The greens from 2 beets
  • two long, skinny lacinato kale leaves
  • one medium-sized pear, minus the seeds (reserve thin slices for garnish)
  • Optional: fizzy mineral water
  1. Juice the produce
  2. Pour into glasses
  3. Garnish each glass with a thin slice of pear.
This is mild-tasting and resembles ginger ale. (If you want it fizzy, mix the juice with carbonated mineral water.)

Anyway, I hope you found the video as hilarious as I found it, and I know you'll like the juice as much as I do. Cheers again, and don't forget to click my brand new nice and shiny buttons below!

*Stay tuned, because something special is about to happen here at Juicing Recipes, and no that won't be an announcement that I finally learned how to spell properly. There are some things that shall always remain sacred 'round here.

6 comments:

Jayda Pierce said...

Darling you are one of the most entertaining bloggers I subscribe to. I don't think you are slow at all lol! I will click your magic buttons just so you can keep making me laugh & giving up all the scrumptious recipes. p

kathie said...

Stopped by for juice recipes, I will try this one, sounds good! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

No one can beat the benefits and nutrients you get from making your own juice from Vegetables or fruits. Cheers for the juice lovers!

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Don Toivola said...

I will have to try the ginger ale juice. It sounds amazing. I've been juicing off and on for the past 2 months now. Went 14 days straight when I first started. This sounds like a good juice to try. Thanks!

Kris said...

I love your sense of humor and juice recipes! I'm going to need to try this one.