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    For a different spin on regular iced tea.

    Recipe #175349

    Another great recipe from Southern Living. Excellent summer refresher.

    Recipe #175390

    This is the best iced tea, I have ever had. It is not too sweet, not too strong. It's perfect. My dad makes it, and he probably learned from my grandmother, because, they both make the best. If your tea gets cloudy after being in the fridge, just add a little bit of boiling water.

    Recipe #175434

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

    Recipe #175435

    I know alot of people turn up their nose, when they hear buttermilk, especially if it isn't being used in baking or something similar, I am the same. When my sister told me about this smoothie, I was not too thrilled, but it turns out to be very good, and doesn't have that bitter buttermilk flavor. And of course it's good for you, cultured dairy foods, like yogurt and buttermilk, keep your digestive tract healthy.

    Recipe #175606

    this shake is really quick to make, and of course it's not just for breakfast! Keep banana slices in your freezer, to make one at any time. All you have to do, is toss fresh banana slices in lemon juice, and you can freeze bananas up to 6 months in a freezer bag. We love to make these on our summer beach trip.

    Recipe #175607

    Sweet and refrehing non alcoholic drink, of course you could add a liquor of your chice if you like.

    Recipe #177103

    The Apple Tree Bar Washington, D.C.

    Recipe #80137

    Yummy, tastes just like a chocolate covered cherry! it calls for white creme de cacao, but one night I only had dark creme de cacao, it tasted just as good

    Recipe #177186

    Yummy, cool & refreshing. You could change this to peach, pineapple, or pretty much any fruit you choose.

    Recipe #177203

    Much cheaper than buying the real thing, and tastes just like it.

    Recipe #178484

    You can sub 1 bottle lemon-lime soda, instead of club soda, and make this a wine cooler.

    Recipe #178485

    Everyone loves a thick, rich milkshake

    Recipe #178486

    Yummy punch for summer

    Recipe #178487

    Great after dinner coffee.

    Recipe #178489


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