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    Rosie's Angles Italian Cook book

    Taste of Italy Food for the soul, what the heart wants and desires. You will go back for more Guaranteed . Enjoy my recipes for life. Love from the Angels This Cook Book is for people that have love for food and live to eat.
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    If you like eggnog lattes but can't afford the price-tag at the coffee stand, this is a happy medium. Time to make does not include brewing time for the coffee (as time will vary).

    Recipe #196299

    I found a cowboy cocktail book at a used book sale and this is one of the coffee recipes from it. The description in the book says, sweet, soothing and smooth as a baby's bottom, it also packs quite a punch! LOL

    Recipe #304018

    From Davinci. I cant get butterscotch syrup here in Oz so I used Butterscotch Baking chips with great results. Mmmm yummy!

    Recipe #256380

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Delicious cool drink while reading your favorite novel. A bit lighter on calories too. I replace the sugar with Splenda this not only lessens the calories but makes it diabetic friendly..

    Recipe #177038

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Coffee with an Italian accent.

    Recipe #306110

    A yummy drink found on the back of my bottle of banana liqueur.

    Recipe #264935

    Sounds like an amaretto 'sunrise'! Taken from drinksmixer .com and posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #456995

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Mmmmmmmmmmm good.

    Recipe #213440

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A relaxed and informal way to enjoy Baileys, Baileys Latte tastes great in the afternoon and hits the spot after dinner.

    Recipe #213032

    A caramel frappuccino from the coffee shop...made right at home!

    Recipe #152707

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A thick and chilly delight, flavored with coffee and chocolate.

    Recipe #457899

    3 Reviews |  By Linky1

    A creamy concoction that can't decide if it's from Italy or the Islands.

    Recipe #457081

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    If you have an espresso maker in your home or office, you can whip up this spicy seasonal favorite. Note: Gingerbread flavored syrup is available seasonally in some markets. Look for it in the flavored syrup aisle. You can also order it from several online sources.

    Recipe #200620

    Aldo's Italian Soda, served at Aldo's Sidewalk Cafe in San Juan Capistrano. I copied this interesting excerpt: Adding a fine spritz to a drink is a marvelous thing, a centuries-old practice. Today, however, mixologists and bar chefs no longer think in terms of committing a splash of club soda to a cocktail. Mere carbonation is passe, now it's about adding quality effervescence. A spritz helps achieve all-important balance between the various elements in a cocktail. It enhances a drink's mouth feel, and most importantly, effervescence energizes a libation, transforming it from flat and lifeless to teeming with vibrancy and pizzazz. One thing you can do to immediately improve your drink-making abilities is look beyond using carbonated water from the beverage gun. Artificially charged water created on-site can hardly compare to the natural effervescence of sparkling waters, source-derived products like San Pellegrino, Perrier, or Ramlosa. These famous waters have an abundance of fine bubbles and mild acidity that invigorates a cocktail. Club soda can't begin to measure up

    Recipe #464095

    Sprinkle with cocoa powder if desired.

    Recipe #184658

    I was desperate for a dose of my morning pick me up, but alas no creamer nor any milk in the frig! Frantically I searched the pantry and found sweetened condensed milk and evaporated milk. Hum?! Why not combine the two and create my own creamer? When added to my strong usual brew of Cafe Cubano, the result was rich, creamy and udderly delicious! Enjoy!

    Recipe #319693

    What better way to treat yourself to something special on a cold winter day?? It's so delicious and creamy -

    Recipe #351441

    Recipe #483589

    Quick, easy, healthy dressing that lasts extremely well in the fridge. Serve on a crisp green salad and top with croutons.

    Recipe #14864

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