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    Tall Cool Ones

    All right, there are a (very) few hot drinks here and a few potent potables,too; but most of the drinks here are tall and cool, just what you want in the good ole summertime!
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    Just three ingredients- 6 lemons, 6 cups water, and 1 cup sugar! Makes about 8 cups.

    Recipe #130261

    I could eat millions of these smoothies You haven't lived until you tried one of these.

    Recipe #132587

    1 Reviews |  By Wineaux

    When autumn arrives, I especially love the taste of apples! While preparing Sunday brunch, I came up with this simple recipe (if you can call it a recipe) that delivers big flavor with little effort. I'm calling it Apple Flip but I hope you'll call it just plain inspired!! I used Cooks Grand Reserve champagne - inexpensive, but great with this concoction! The measurements are required, but just eyeball the half-and-half combo in your flute!!

    Recipe #187628

    This is a wonderful refreshing summertime drink! Adjust the sugar to taste.

    Recipe #172240

    2 Reviews |  By Debbb

    I found this recipe in The Beverage Book (of the Company's Coming series). I use the same ingredients but slightly modified the method. Very refreshing & a great way to add a few more nutrients to your diet!

    Recipe #128557

    3 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    I love sipping this while on the computer. Good comfort food. I found it on a diabetic website. Points 1.

    Recipe #123542

    Some here turned me onto this a long time ago and I could have sworn it was posted but I can't find it. Just wanted to share. If the iced tea a use is sweetened I substitute fresh squeezed lemon juice for the lemonade.

    Recipe #144405

    The combination of fruits was a sweet and tangy blend my children love. Easy to throw together and quickly gone. This reminds me of the Five Alive frozen concentrate I enjoyed growing up.

    Recipe #182345

    1 Reviews |  By Kasia#3

    These have got to be the best Mai Tai's that we know of. I have adapted the recipe from who would have guess Pillsbury paperback cookbook. There's a reason the dough boy is so happy!

    Recipe #180536

    cold, fresh and fruity. perfect for summer get-togethers, adults and kids will love it!

    Recipe #148389

    Found this recipe on Gourmet Recipes and my son liked it very much.

    Recipe #84711

    For a cool summertime drink, try this one!!!

    Recipe #128333

    1 Reviews |  By Roosie

    This recipe is from the book "Herbal Teas". It is supposed to be good for colds, but it has a nice flavor for everyday use too. Echinancea is useful for fighting off colds and flu, especially at the onset of symptoms. Catnip eases symptoms of colds, flus and bronchitis and is very calming and relaxing. Yarrow is useful for the onset of colds anf flu and can cause heat flushing, which is good for breaking a fever. Lemon balm contains antiviral components, good for fighting colds and flu. Barb Fahs, the creator of this tea recommends decocting it to make the tea stronger and have more visible results, but I usually will just brew it. I have included instructions for either method. Time is for the decoction process. The recipe can also easily be reducted or increased, just keep the proportions the same.

    Recipe #114106

    Only three ingredients and ready in minutes. So easy my eight-year-old son is in charge of making it! If you want it more tart add an extra 1/4 cup of lemon juice.

    Recipe #182211

    This is a super fun drink for kids of all ages!

    Recipe #115022

    Yummy soy smoothie! Very nutritious!

    Recipe #121239

    This is from one of my first Good House Keeping cookbooks. You must use a *zester* in order to avoid getting any of that bitter rind, and when you zest the lemons, zest them onto some sugar from the recipe (the sugar will 'catch' all of the oils). I also advise you from personal experience to use only the best skinned lemons for the best flavor.

    Recipe #40

    From Vegetarian Times. I don’t know if there is anything better than champagne but this is an alternative if you are forgoing alcohol. Add a tablespoon or two of grenadine or cranberry juice if you prefer pink champagne.

    Recipe #176327

    This is a nice change from plain iced tea. Any flavor of soft drink mix will work, Black Cherry happens to be my favorite.

    Recipe #91953

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    This was so tasty a friend gave me the recipe she makes it all the time. Points 1.

    Recipe #117755

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