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Driscoll’s Berries Raspberry Ginger Bellini & Video


I am going to do this backward today. I am going to start with a Raspberry Ginger Bellini recipe and end with a story. The recipe is a cocktail I tasted at Pebble Beach Food and Wine. It’s a Bellini made with super sweet Driscoll’s raspberries.The story is told through video. It’s the story of my day stomping through the mud at a raspberry farm.

I learned lots of cool stuff, but the coolest is this: You can trace the journey of your package of fresh Driscoll’s Berries all the back to the farm where they were grown. Turn over the package and you will find a label featuring a code that tells you about the farms where your berries were hand harvested. Find the code on your clamshell here!

But I promised the recipe first. And here it is. Raspberry Ginger Bellini serves 1 CLICK here for a printable recipe

  • 2 T (1 ounce) domaine de canton (ginger liqueur)
  • 1 T (1/2 ounce) lemon juice
  • 1 T (1/2 ounce) grenedine
  • 6 driscoll’s raspberries, plus one for garnish
  • 6 T (3 ounces) chandon rosé or sparkling rosé

In a cocktail shaker half filled with ice, combine the Domaine de Canton, lemon juice, simple syrup and 4 raspberries. Shake vigorously.

Add Chandon Rose or Sparkling Rose in a champagne coupe glass. Strain shaken contents into the glass with Rosé.

Recipe adapted from Driscoll’s Berries.

Greg Henry writes the food blog Sippity Sup- Serious Fun Food, and contributes the Friday column on entertaining for The Back Burner at Key Ingredient. He’s active in the food blogging community, and a popular speaker at IFBC, Food Buzz Festival and Camp Blogaway. He’s led cooking demonstrations in PanamaCosta Rica, and has traveled as far and wide as Norway to promote culinary travel. He’s been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, Los Angeles Times, More Magazine, The Today Show Online and Saveur’s Best of the Web. Greg also co-hosts The Table Set podcast which can be downloaded on iTunes or at Homefries Podcast Network and was named one of The LA Weekly’s 5 favorite podcasts for food lovers.

Raspberry Ginger Bellini

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