thyme lemonade

thyme lemonade_Emily Caruso_Jelly Toast (1 of 3)We’re firmly into mid-July and honestly, I’m ready for summer to be over. Well, let me rephrase that. I’m ready for this heat/humidity wave to be over. July would be my BFF if it were 55 degrees and partly cloudy the whole month. But alas, July in Ohio is about one billion percent humidity – which is nothing that a curly haired girl enjoys. No, siree.

That being said, I do try to make the best of the season, and that usually means doing anything in my power to keep myself cool and sweat free. My weapon of choice: lemonade! thyme lemonade_Emily Caruso_Jelly Toast (3 of 3)And not just any lemonade, but a lovely, fancy and herbaceous lemonade like my Thyme Lemonade. It’s light and lovely and based on my Classic Lemonade, which I love. thyme lemonade_Emily Caruso_Jelly Toast (2 of 3)Today, I’m sharing my Thyme Lemonade over on the blog, Oh The Lovely Things, so be sure to swing by and check it out.

If you are not familiar with the lovely Clemence and all of her DIY eye candy, you are in for a treat. I have been getting lost in her collections  of beauty and DIY tips for weeks. I wish I were kidding, her blog is addictive. thyme lemonade_Emily Caruso_Jelly Toast (1 of 3)-2That is why I am thrilled to be guest posting for her today while she travels around the globe! Speaking of traveling, I’m only 9 days away from my trip to Birmingham and the lovely Food Photography Workshop! I just can’t wait to share that experience with you!

Okay, I’m done. For today, at least.thyme lemonade_Emily Caruso_Jelly Toast (3 of 3)-2Happy Wednesday!!thyme lemonade_Emily Caruso_Jelly Toast (2 of 3)-2

9 Responses to “thyme lemonade”

  1. Leslie — July 18, 2013 @ 5:59 pm (#)

    I am TOTALLY over summer! But I am sure this special lemonade would help ease the pain.

    • Emily — July 19, 2013 @ 3:45 pm (#)

      lol, I am so glad I’m not alone! I am always getting the stink eye from people when I grumble about it being summer.

  2. laurasmess — July 18, 2013 @ 10:20 pm (#)

    Such a beautiful post! Amazing photographs… I particularly like the second-last one, where the floating thyme transforms into dappled colour, partially obscured by condensation. I’m heading over to Oh Lovely Things to see your full post now. Thanks for sharing this gorgeous recipe with us xx

    • Emily — July 19, 2013 @ 3:44 pm (#)

      Thanks so much, Laura!! I always like experimenting with different types of shots, so I’m glad you like the photos 🙂

  3. christine — August 29, 2013 @ 10:28 am (#)

    These photos are beautiful! I’d love to know where the pitcher is from.

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