View Photos Unless you’re a 1950s sorority girl, pink drinks aren’t easy to swallow.But Michel Dozois, head barsmith at LACMA’s new Ray’s and Stark Bar, has a fresh spin on the Pink Lady, a pre-women’s lib classic. Behold the Blushing Coed. Though the name doesn’t do much for third-wave feminism, the recipe is a thoroughly modern concoction (with not a drop of grenadine to be found).Pair with a heated debate over the cultural merits of Camille Paglia and the Girls Gone Wild franchise.Blushing CoedServes oneIngredients¾ oz. fresh lemon juice1 oz. gin1 oz. Laird’s Applejack ¾ oz. simple syrup 4 raspberries1 egg white 1 Névé shaking cube or a handful of ice cubes1. Jigger the lemon juice and pour into a shaker.2. Add the gin, Applejack, and simple syrup, and then add the raspberries and muddle.3. Add egg white and shake. Add ice and shake again.4. Strain concoction into a cocktail glass.5. Garnish with a raspberry and serve.Ray’s and Stark Bar, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, at Fairfax Avenue, Miracle Mile (323-857-6180 or patinagroup.com). Photo: Rachel KnopflerStill thirsty? We’ve got more recipes to wet your whistle.