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Old 11-09-2008, 08:57 PM   #1
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Join Date: Nov 2008
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Chevy '57

So as some of you probably know from my posts I'm a cooking student. In our first year we cook lunch in a cafeteria for a **** good price, second year we cook in the Lucy Maud Dining Room in the school, a real high class restaurant with high class prices. A few of us went out for dinner a couple times to see what we'd be doing next year, and the first time there was a drink feature called the Chevy '57. Here's the little recipe we were told, not often you'll get a drink with 3 shots of alcohol for $4.25!

-One shot Grand marnier
-One shot Vodka
-One shot southern comfort
-Pineapple juice

Not sure the amount of pineapple juice, they were just pop glasses we got them in so not very much. I'd say just do it to taste. These drinks tasted like little pineapple sugar candies, sooo **** good and very alcoholic!! They were an enjoyable and efficient way to get drunk.

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