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  1. Kendra says:

    I love a margarita that’s not too sweet. Just lots of lime, a great tequila and perhaps a little cointreau. Mmmmmm…

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    1. Sounds like what I do…lime and tequila do the trick without much help!

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  2. Karen says:

    Having worked in many margarita bars, I’ve found a decent reposado tequila, fresh lime juice, and agave nectar (to balance the tartness) make for the best margaritas. You can get creative with these key ingredients. Yum!

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    1. In the absence of the agave, apple juice can work. Have you tried that Karen?

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  3. Good calls! I like less sweet myself. One trick I picked up from my husband is to add a splash of apple juice to cut the tartness. I’ve made them this way for years and I can’t keep the pitcher full at parties.

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  4. Dawn says:

    We make pizza every Friday night and LOVE it! Took us a long time to find the right dough recipe, but I think we found a good one for now. Looking forward to seeing your recipe and trying it out! We are fans of the thin crispy crust. We love our pizza stone and peel. Main tools, for sure! Instead of parchment paper we have been using cornmeal. The more we use the stone, the less it takes! Haven’t tried it on the grill yet, but that will be soon, I’m sure once the weather cooperates!

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    1. Dawn says:

      Oops! Don’t know how this posted to margarita chat!! Meant it for your pizza tool chat! Lol

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    2. I will post that soon Dawn! Thanks for the reminder. Make sure your pizza stone is meant for the grill. We cracked one in half that way!

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    3. Oh…and try Trader Joe’s Lavash Bread as crusts some time. Thin and crispy to a whole new level!

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