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Entry from March 10, 2022
“Frozen margaritas are just Texas smoothies”

Frozen margaritas (or “margs") were invented in Texas, and they are still popular there.

“Frozen margaritas are just smoothies for Texans” was posted on Twitter by Sorry, I’m Texan on February 22, 2020. “Ever heard Frozen Margaritas are just Texas Smoothies?!” was posted on Twitter by HR Houston on February 25, 2020.


Wikipedia: Margarita
Frozen margarita
The frozen margarita is a margarita served as an ice slush, similar to other tropical-inspired frozen mixed drinks like the hurricane or piña colada. The ingredients can be processed with ice in a kitchen blender, or for larger output, a slush or soft-serve ice cream machine is used: a cooled, horizontal cylinder has a rotating impeller which churns the mix so it will not freeze solid, and the thick half-frozen slush is dispensed from a spout. Frozen margaritas were first served in La Jolla, when Albert Hernandez Sr. stopped using crushed ice and instead combined the ingredients in a blender in 1947. The dedicated frozen margarita machine was introduced by Mariano Martinez in Dallas in 1971.

Twitter
Sorry, I’m Texan
@SorryImTexan
Frozen margaritas are just smoothies for Texans
7:49 PM · Feb 22, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
HR Houston
@HR_Houston
Ever heard Frozen Margaritas are just Texas Smoothies?! Y’all come on out to the HRMixer THIS THURSDAY at Cadillac Bar & enjoy your smoothie with us! It’ll be an evening of networking, games, & laughter! Plus, we’ll be celebrating our HR Student Chapters. http://ow.ly/lpWL50yvtGT
10:38 AM · Feb 25, 2020·Hootsuite Inc.

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Texas Memes
@thetxmemes
Frozen margs are just smoothies for Texans
9:07 PM · Feb 5, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

Posted by Barry Popik
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • Thursday, March 10, 2022 • Permalink