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    Beverages

    Some drinks to comfort and excite.

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    Enjoy a heartwarming mugful of this rich, creamy all-time favorite.

    Recipe #198922

    Well, I can't tell you HOW I got the "secret ingredient", but it's one of those things where you kind of say to yourself, "Now why didn't I think of that"? Coffee creamer! The powdered kind. That's it--simple I know! I grew up on these things--a must have at the mall--and trying to make them at home just wasn't quite right....try this. You may need to fiddle with the amounts some. When I make this recipe the blender is topped off - about 1/2 inch from the rim, but I don't really measure anything when I make it--i just throw stuff in until it tastes right.

    Recipe #108936

    This is a version of the original Arnie Palmer (iced tea/lemonade mix) with a peach flavored kick. I had one at the Cheesecake Factory and it was better than the original, so I went home and concocted this recipe.

    Recipe #124437

    I love this hot or over ice.

    Recipe #206892

    According to Marcus Samuelsson, this is traditionally made in Sweden in June when the wild strawberries (which heretofore I only associated with Ingmar Bergman) are available. But Marcus says it's delicious with cultivated strawberries, or you can substitute other berries or a combination thereof. Cooking time includes three hours of cooling/chilling time.

    Recipe #135071

    7 Reviews |  By kda949

    This is a traditional Swedish mulled wine. The recipe is from my husband's grandfather's family who came to the states from Sweden in the 1900's. It is YUMMY! Very warming on cold nights- but be careful, it goes down so easily that it's easy to drink too much and the hangovers are awful! Enjoy!

    Recipe #199791

    I don't remember where I got this. I have used it though and it's good.

    Recipe #208755


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