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I think it’s safe to say we can all feel global warming taking its toll on our planet. The past few days have been hotter than ever. I don’t remember ever having a similar heat wave in Lebanon except for one time only, a few years ago. The best thing we can all do is stay in air-conditioned spaces until we can soak our bodies in water all day long on Saturday. I suggest you also make these refreshingly delicious popsicles to go with your floating air mattress.

The recipe is composed solely of fruits and requires 3 small and simple steps. The only thing you need to “invest” in is a Popsicle mold, which can be found in big supermarkets.

Healthy and Refreshing Popsicle Recipe

What you’ll need (for 8 medium popsicles):

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  • 1/2 watermelon
  • 1 Plum, sliced
  • 1 Peach, sliced
  • 1 Kiwi, sliced

How to make it:

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  1. Crush the watermelon with a blender handle (or with a manual crusher if you don’t have one).
  2. Place the sliced fruits in the molds and pour the watermelon juice over a sifter on top.
  3. Cover with sticks and freeze for 2 hours (or overnight if you’re making them in advance).

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And that’s it! Three easy and simple steps to freshness! 🙂

Hoping temperatures will drop soon. Until then, stay cool.

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Summer parties are upon us and for those of us who love to host dinners, lunches and barbecues, having a bar corner is crucial. Since the weather is hot and one of our goals is to keep our guests refreshed, fruity drinks are the best option.

To inspire your next gathering menu, here are some drinks ideas for your bar corner!

1) The famous Aperol Spritz.

In 3 easy steps, you can have yourself an amazing refreshing drink that takes you straight to apperitivo time in Italy. Click here for a video of the recipe.

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2) A delicious grapefruit and rum fizz!

This is so refreshing and you can substitute the rum with vodka or gin if you prefer. Click here for the recipe.

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3) Bubbly white sangria.

To make your party more colorful and fruity, try this cooling white sangria. It’ll be so popular you’ll need two punch bowls of this drink! Click here for the recipe.

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4) Classic Red Sangria.

In my opinion, a white sangria is nothing without its red other half. This basic red sangria is a year-round drink you can make in no time and that almost everyone loves. You can find the recipe here.

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If you’re also wondering which drink to adopt on a specific night out, here’s an infographic that might help you: Are you thirsty?

Thoughts? Any drink you’d like to share?

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In Beirut, lots of restaurants offer pain perdu for dessert. I’ve tried lots of them and I can safely say my favorites are Couqley’s and Urbanista’s. Maybe because they’re the only ones who take me back to my souvenirs of pain perdu, which basically consist of me, as a child, sitting on a kitchen chair, looking at tons of bread being dipped in a milky mix and fried on a buttered pan. Pure happiness.

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Of course, I got my childhood pain perdu recipe and I now make it all the time. Today, I’m sharing it with you 🙂

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What you’ll need (for 8 slices): Preparation: 10 minutes – Cooking time: 15 minutes

– 8 thick slices of a loaf of brioche-like bread

– Cooking butter

– Maple syrup

– 2 eggs

– 1 glass of milk

– 3 tablespoons of powder sugar

How to make it:

1) In a bowl, beat the eggs well. Then add the milk and sugar

2) In a pan, melt the butter

3) One by one, dip the slices of bread in the egg mixture then cook in the pan until golden

4) Cover with maple syrup (optional – you can also serve it aside it) and serve. You can serve it with fresh red fruit or with ice cream.

Enjoy the sweetness 😉

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