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Regardless if dad, grandpa, or another significant fatherly figure first became a proud papa at the turn of the century or in 2013, there’s a drink for each and every one of them. Here’s a plethora of picks for the male parent who helped us grow up to our present selves.

With so many music festivals; peace, love and spring was always in the air. If pops prefers popping open a Mike's Hard Lemonade Shandy, we'll admire his counterculture and experimental attitude. If he's feeling really groovy, and a bit more earthy, we'll positively suggest this festive concoction by Quinn Stephenson of Coyote Cafe, The Den and Geronimo.


  • 2 Granny Smith Apples, puréed
  • 1/4 Teaspoon calcium powder
  • 3 Ounces sugar
  • 7 Ounces water
  • 1/2 Ounce fresh lime juice
  • A heaping handful of thyme sprigs
  • 4 Ounces citrus vodka

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Spring Thyme Lemonade – Real Housemoms

Spring Thyme Lemonade is a little play on words!! I love combining herbs and lemonade together to give you a refreshing treat for the warmer months. We have done this before with Blueberry Basil Lemonade and it was a great hit. Today we are sharing our recipe that was originally posted at Real Housemoms.

Tart and sweet, refreshing and thirst quenching, that is what lemonade is all about!! Besides squeezing the lemons, lemonade is super easy to make and so much better homemade than anything you will get at a store. I don&rsquot like when lemonade is too sweet so that you end up even thirstier than before you had it.

I find that at fairs, I never feel refreshed afterward drinking a lemonade. I still need a big water right after to feel thirst quenched in the heat. Maybe they are too sweet? When you make your own you can control everything, how sweet, how concentrated and then just the right flavoring from the thyme or other herb. I found this perfect for my liking.

No poppy seeds, no pecans. When you have a lemon loaf this good, you don’t need anything else. Build a triple-threat combination of grated lemon zest, lemon syrup, and freshly squeezed lemon juice. In case it’s not zippy enough, the lemon loaf gets some extra zip from sour cream.

A cake that’s rich, sweet, AND free from white flour and refined sugar? How can this be? This Italian lemon and almond cake is similar to an American cheesecake, built from almond flour, polenta, and ricotta. By cutting back on the heaviness typical of American cheesecakes, you can focus on the lemon and almond flavors.

Spring Thyme Lemonade

Spring Thyme Lemonade came to me when I was thinking of combining lemon with a herb, it turned out to be a play on words!! Over at Noshing With The Nolands, I have done this with a Blueberry Basil Lemonade and it was very successful. I have made that a couple of times now, adding in a little vodka if the mood strikes me!! Homemade lemonade is very refreshing, you can control the amount of sugar, the difference between store-bought or lemonade that you get in a restaurant is vast in my opinion. Some of them can be so sweet that they aren’t thirst-quenching at all, plus the difference in freshly squeezed lemon juice is amazing.

I infused my simple syrup with fresh thyme, not too much. Just enough to enjoy the flavors together. A little trick to emphasize the thyme but not making it too strong in your lemonade is to garnish with a sprig of thyme. When you take a sip you inhale the lovely aroma of the thyme, adding to the experience.

Lemon is such a wonderful fruit to liven up your senses again after the long winter months. We have gotten so used to stews, casseroles, and soups that we need our taste buds to come alive again. This is the perfect time of year to start to think of going outside and enjoying a lovely cold beverage. The BBQ will soon be in full swing again and brunches and lunches are more popular in the spring with Easter and Mother’s Day. This beverage would be perfect for young and old to celebrate. Lemonade is the quintessential porch sipper. Start to enjoy it earlier in the spring and love it all summer long too!

  • 2 pounds baby potatoes, scrubbed and halved if small, quartered if large
  • 4 carrots, peeled and sliced
  • 2 large parsnips, peeled, woody core removed ​and sliced
  • 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • Freshly ground black pepper and salt
  • 3 large cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped
  • Leaves from 4 to 6 sprigs fresh thyme, woody stems discarded

Preheat the oven to 425 F.

Place the potatoes, carrots, and parsnips in a single layer in a large roasting pan or rimmed baking sheet. Drizzle the vegetables with the olive oil, season with pepper and salt, and toss with clean hands or a large spoon to coat the vegetables evenly with the oil and seasonings.

Roast the vegetables in the preheated oven for 20 to 25 minutes, until the undersides begin to brown and the vegetables start to soften. Turn the vegetables with a spatula or spoon, and roast for 10 minutes more.

Add the garlic and thyme leaves, toss to coat, and roast for 5 to 10 more minutes, until vegetables reach desired doneness.

Spring Thyme Lemonade

When life gives me lemons, I don’t just make any old lemonade. Nope. I make a fancy lemonade infused with lemon thyme.

Lemonade is a perfect beverage. Its sweet, tart, and oh so refreshing. While lemonade is great on its own, it’s also amazing mixed with iced tea or splashed with a little booze.

Lemonade reminds me that no matter what the circumstance, you have the power to make any situation sweet. Bad things are bound to happen. Quoting a little Robert Burns, even “the best laid schemes of mice and men often go awry.” (FYI: This poem was inspiration for Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men.)

So what does that mean? No matter how well you plan for something, also be prepared for the worst. Always have a plan b, c, d, etc. Moral of the story, stuff happens. Deal with it. You can’t change what already happened. (Sorry, we don’t have time machines…yet.)

However, you do have control over how you’ll react to said situation. When pushed down, are you going to give up? Or are you going to get back up and fight?! Obviously, I choose that latter always.

The world doesn’t stop just because YOU had a bad day.

Ingredients needed for thyme lemonade:

This refreshing lemonade is made with fresh squeezed lemon juice, filtered water, and thyme infused simple syrup.

If possible, you lemon thyme. It adds a bit more bright citrus notes to the simple syrup.

So for days when it seems like you’ve hit rock bottom and nothing seems to go your way- make lemonade. It helps. A LOT.

By itself lemon is tart, but with a little sugar and water- it becomes one of my favorite springtime (and summertime) beverages. This special thyme lemonade pairs unbelievably well with my Ad Hoc style buttermilk fried chicken. The chicken is prepared in a brine mixture that includes thyme and lemons, so its only natural to drink lemonade with it.

Mix yourself a batch of this lemonade. Be sure to add a lot of ice. (It’s best ice-cold.) Then sit outside on your porch/patio/steps and look forward to sunnier days, lazy summer afternoons, and weekends.

Meyer Lemon and Thyme Vodka Spritz

Looking for a refreshing, spring cocktail? Mix this lemon and thyme vodka spritz for your next happy hour. (Recipe Credit: Adrianna Adarme of Fresh Tastes)



Adrianna Adarme is a food blogger and author living in Los Angeles, California. She writes the blog A Cozy Kitchen, where she shares comforting, everyday recipes from her kitchen. She recently authored her first cookbook, PANCAKES: 72 Sweet and Savory Recipes for the Perfect Stack. She’s a lover of breakfast, pie (and sometimes even pie for breakfast), corgis and cute things. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.

Recipe Summary

  • ½ teaspoon lemon zest
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 ½ teaspoons white balsamic vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 3 tablespoons grapeseed or olive oil
  • 3 tablespoons canola oil
  • 1 teaspoon snipped fresh thyme
  • Salt and ground black pepper
  • 8 cups torn mixed greens*
  • ¼ cup finely grated Grana Padano or Parmesan cheese
  • 2 tablespoons ground pistachios

Remove 1/2 teaspoon zest from a lemon set aside. In a medium bowl, whisk together lemon juice, white balsamic vinegar and honey. Whisking constantly, drizzle in the canola and grapeseed oils until emulsified. Stir in fresh thyme, the zest, and salt and pepper to taste.

Place the greens in a large bowl. Drizzle dressing over salad, letting most of it run down the sides of the bowl. Gently toss greens with your hands. (This tongs-free method avoids over-dressing or bruising the leaves.) Top with cheese and pistachios.

Watch the video: Vaughan Williams: The Sprig of Thyme and the Lark in the Morning. Sir George Clausen: Paintings.