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    Of all the Irish cream recipes here, I haven't found any quite like this one. I discovered this in the Company's Coming Gifts from the Kitchen cookbook a couple of years ago and I've never bought Bailey's again. I gave a bottle to my cousin and his wife for Christmas one year and he claims it's better than the original! Can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 weeks -- if it actually lasts that long!!

    Recipe #198397

    5 Reviews |  By ArtWork

    Good on cold days, a really fun drink!

    Recipe #12906

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Wassail comes from the Anglo-Saxon toast "waes hael" or be whole". The first carols were Yuletide drinking songs and singers caroled their neighbourhoods carrying their wassail bowls with them. That was just to get you into the spirit, now down to business. I have no idea how many servings you'll get. When I make this I don't use any alcohol and I serve small amounts to younger children (diluted with apple juice) while the men bring big coffee mugs (with their own spirit base).

    Recipe #193458

    May marks the beginning of Bowle season in Germany, and is heralded in with a holiday (May Day). During May, and throughout the summer, you will start to see Bowle served in the restaurants and at fairs. Bowle is a strong wine & fruit punch that comes in many varieties. Use the best quality wines you can afford (as long as you think they taste good is all that matters - not the price tag). In Germany, you can buy Bowle sets - decorative glass pitchers or punch bowls with small cups and picks (the picks are for spearing the fruit). Watch out - this punch packs a wallop - and the fruit is always the best part. Plan ahead - the sugared fruit needs to macerate overnight in the fridge. The serving size is really a guess.

    Recipe #62157

    From the MDC kitchen to yours.

    Recipe #196084

    From the MDC kitchen to yours.

    Recipe #196088

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A simple cider that makes the whole house smell good. Rum is optional.

    Recipe #196213

    One year for Christmas, I made all home-made food type gifts. My mom uses this recipe each year to share with co-workers and offered it to me. It is unique in that it has chocolate extract in it for a special flavor. Make sure to use the best ingredients you can get! If you are using it as gifts, you can purchase pretty bottles to put it in.

    Recipe #102865

    Two great dinks in one fancy little glass!

    Recipe #166279

    They are not called Rigamarta's for nothing! My friends started calling them this after only ONE drink! They pack a punch but are very flavorful and yummy. You dont really taste the alcohol so be careful! These are 'on the rocks' which makes them easier to make by the pitcher. If you prefer frozen just mix all ingredients with a blender filled 1/2 way with ice and blend. They are also great made 'virgin' for those who do not care to imbibe!

    Recipe #135648

    An awefully nice drink to sip by the fireplace... *Note* Chill time is not included in cook/prep time.

    Recipe #190373

    This recipe contains no eggs which makes it safe for the elderly, this is very good!

    Recipe #190519

    A very warming and very tasteful wintery drink that will warm you from within. This is a well known and very well "USED" recipe in the mountains of Europe. There are many variations to this recipe. I think this is by far the best.

    Recipe #189322

    This is a classic, simple recipe for a good hot winter drink. Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz/Syrah, or a blend of the two are suggested.

    Recipe #187142

    This is a great blended coffee drink. I use it often as a pick me up in the afternoon on busy days! I have even added 50ml of kaluaha for a special adult treat!

    Recipe #185916

    3 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I think this could be kept warm in a crockpot or even make the whole brew in a crockpot. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (October 1987)

    Recipe #185619

    Champagne, mixed with orange juice, and maraschino cherries, a sweet southern favorite/

    Recipe #175435

    This is a delicious, and highly inhebriating Egg Nog recipe I usually make at Christmas, and Easter, and Christmas in July, and just about every other chance I get to make it, because it's so damn good!

    Recipe #180018

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    OPTIONAL: for you can use 3-4 tablespoons orange liqueur, cognac, coffee liqueur, Amaretto or Frangelica or 1 tablespoon vanilla extract. You can add cinnamon sticks, cloves, ginger to the water if you want additional flavoring! This is great in ice and hot drinks! This can be placed in pretty jars and wrapped for gifts as well.

    Recipe #132244

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