Fasching in my hometown Fasching is the most common word used for Mardi Gras (French for “fat Tuesday”) in southern Germany, Bavaria and Austria. This Germanic word dates from the 13th century and the Middle High German word vascganc or vastschnag (Fastenschank, “last [alcoholic] drink before fasting”). The word later joined other German words ending in -ing to become Fasching.
Non-alcoholic Mardi Gras Drinks | Learning how to make non-alcoholic Mardi Gras drinks isn’t the toughest thing to do,but it is also not the easiest thing to do either.Any drink that you can make with alcohol can be made non-alcoholic;you just have to search for the right tastes and flavors to make it happen.So to learn how to make a non-alcoholic Mardi Gras drink,listen up and pay attention.This recipe is for a hurricane,but of course the virgin hurricane is what you'll be making.
This simple Blueberry Margarita recipe from @memeinge only needs four ingredients for a festive and fruity margarita perfect for celebrating Mardi Gras, Margarita Day, or any day! Great cocktail for one or can easily be multiplied to serve more at a party