This is a tall glass of refreshment, made from in-season Korean pears, celery, fresh ginger, and mint. These particular pears are grown in Korea, but Asian pears are native to China, Japan, and Korea. While they taste like a cross between an apple and a pear, they are not a hybrid.
The original recipe came from Real Simple magazine. This is a really sweet breakfast, so we usually serve it with some kind of healthy sausage or bacon, like chicken and apple sausage for The Husband and Tempeh Bacon for me.
Just like Grandma never made… cranberry sauce with a kick! I’ve made this many times and it’s always more popular than the stuff from the can.