Introducing the Domus APM
We've been busy 'round these parts, as you may have guessed by our neglect of the blog. But now that the kids are back in school (and by that I mean still at home ALL THE TIME but forced to login and learn during the day), it's quiet enough to get back to writing again. So here I am! And I thought I'd take this post to introduce you to the Domus APM.
What's an APM? Imagine a fusion between an AVM and an API, and it's nothing like that. APM stands for Amy's Perfect Margarita, and I share it with you now. No copyright, no licensing fee, just your promise that you'll enjoy it. Bonus points if you drink it with a side of chips and guacamole.
In a blender, start with 10 oz of margarita mix. We're Costco shoppers, so I use their mix. But I haven't found a mix I don't like so whatever you have at home is probably fine. Add 4 oz of tequila. Again, I go with the Costco brand, but use the Anejo, not the Silver. The Anejo is a much smoother drink, especially if you plan on doing shots occasionally. I've tried lots of tequilas, and I always come back to this one, especially because it's such a great price. I tried one that came in a beautiful heart shaped bottle and it was like drinking sewer water. I really wanted to like the brand formerly owned by George Clooney, and that one disappointed as well. But you do you, because a lot of flaws can be covered up in a mixed drink. Add 2 oz Triple Sec. I don't have a favorite brand, yet. Now here's the secret, add frozen strawberries up to the top of the liquid and blend. There's no ice to melt as you drink so it never getting watered down. Frozen peaches also work really well.
Now that you know the secret, go forth and partake of the blended goodness, you deserve it. And I'll likely get back to the data and chart chat next time.