And the award for the best tasting cocktail to sip on while watching an awards show is…Golden Statue Prosecco Cocktail! Come on up. Your statue is waiting for you!
Do you get excited about watching all the award show ceremonies, and are you a movie hound? I’m not exactly a movie hound, but I do enjoy watching all the glitz and glamour that Hollywood parades down the red carpet several times a year.
The award shows themselves are okay to watch, but usually very, very long and (in my opinion) a bit boring. This is why I much prefer watching the pre-show festivities out on the carpet. It’s fun to try and imagine myself walking the red carpet, hobnobbing with all the stars, wearing fabulous gowns and dripping in jewels and diamonds. A girl can dream, right?
This year I only saw two of the movies that are nominated for best picture. The Martian, and The Revenant. I truly enjoyed them both but for entirely different reasons. However, looking back on both movies I’m finding that they are somewhat similar in the fact that each depicts a man who is fighting against all odds to keep himself alive, and both movies (and men) show the resiliency, and beauty, of the human spirit. That alone deserves a cocktail! LOL
The making of a Golden Statue Prosecco Cocktail is super simple, and it can be awarded to anyone 21 and over, and for any occasion you care to commemorate. A college graduation, you deserve an award! A job promotion, you deserve an award! A birthday or golden anniversary…better break out the champagne flutes. And for persevering, even when times were their at toughest, and for coming out the other side even stronger than before, YOU deserve an award!!!
Place about a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of granulated sugar into two small bowls or plates. Dip the rim of each glass into the honey first, and then into the granulated sugar. Allow to dry for about 5 minutes.
Place about 3-4 frozen chunks of pineapple into each glass. Pour approximately one shot of amaretto and approximately two ounces of pineapple juice into each glass.
Fill the glass with prosecco and garnish the rim with an additional piece of frozen pineapple. Sip and enjoy!
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
- 8-10 chunks of frozen pineapple
- 2 ounces amaretto liquor
- 4 ounces pineapple juice
- prosecco Italian sparkling wine
- 2 champagne flutes
- 2 small bowls or plates
Dip the rim of each champagne flute into the honey and then into the granulated sugar. Allow to dry for approximately 5 minutes.
Place about 3-4 frozen pineapple chunks into the bottom of each glass.
Add approximately 1 ounce of amaretto to each glass.
Add approximately 2 ounces of pineapple juice to each glass.
Top each glass with prosecco.
Place a pineapple chunk of the rim of each glass (if desired), and serve.
These Oscar wine glasses are some of my absolute favorites that I’ve ever painted. It’s hard to see in the first photo, but the golden statue even glitters.
If there is ever anything I can paint for you, from glassware to fabrics (aprons and flour sack tea towels), please don’t hesitate to contact me by clicking on the little envelope icon at the top of my site, or by visiting my shop on Etsy and Wazala. Custom orders are always welcome, and I will happily paint and design from any photo or description you send my way.
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Until we eat again, I hope you have a delicious day!