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    Recipe #243613

    When I was growing up my mom made a version of this every fall to help get rid of the apples that were starting to wrinkle and weren't bad just yet and she'd make apple jelly with the juice too. I hope you like it as much as my family did and now my neighbors do :)

    Recipe #253224

    My DH bought me a new cookbook, so of course I have to share this recipe with all of my Zaar friends! Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #363602

    Havana Cooler is a refreshing and popular rum-based cocktail that originated in Cuba. This version is from the Taste of Cuba website, which states it's from the Cocina Cubana Club. Ginger ale is the traditional mixer used for the Havana Cooler, but you can use Sprite or other lemon-lime carbonated soda in place of the ginger ale.

    Recipe #504664

    No Cuban meal is complete without a cafecito, or Cuban coffee. More than just an espresso, a well-made cafecito has sweet crema floating over strong espresso coffee. Despite its name, crema has nothing to do with cream—it's actually foam made from sugar that's been thoroughly beaten with a splash of coffee. Many don't realize that it's the technique for making the crema—not the type of coffee beans used—that makes the coffee Cuban. But for the full Cuban experience, Castro recommends using Café Bustelo espresso. Chef, nutritionist, and cooking teacher Lourdes Castro shared this recipe for Cuban coffee, or cafecito, as part of a festive Cuban party menu she created for Epicurious.

    Recipe #503292

    Inspired by the song, "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" (sung by Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet), I found this recipe in Stuart Walton's book, The Ultimate Book of Cocktails. I make mine in a tall crystal martini shaker filled with crushed ice and simply remove the shaker top to serve. One per customer, please!

    Recipe #273374

    6 Reviews |  By Noo

    Deliciously refreshing...perfect for those long hot summer evenings.....

    Recipe #430354

    During my spell in university doing my psychology degree i worked ina popular chain of cocktail bars in the uk called revolution. i kept all my training materials, and myu little laminated ingredient lists that i used to keep in my apron. i thought it was about time i updated them onto recipezaar. There are some revolution classics in this and also some that they dont do anymore at rev. I may be a bit vague on the floating parts of cocktails, i haven’t made them in a while. This may be a good excuse to! the reason why i specify using a glass tumbler to mix the drink in is purely for logistics- creating one drinks worth at a time by measuring it out in the serving glass and serving it in the same glass. its how we used to do it a rev, if your prefer to do it in a cocktail shaker thats fine just beware not to out too much ice in.

    Recipe #347791

    Just saw this being made on Aarti's Party-new top chef winner! Had to share :)

    Recipe #437153

    Recipe from Molto Mario and posted in response to a request. I make this every Christmas as hostess gifts and put it in pretty bottles with ribbon. Everyone who gets this is very appreciative. In Italy this is considered a "lemon digestive assistant" - whatever it tastes great!

    Recipe #43874

    10 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This is a favorite of one of my friends. She keeps a pitcher in the refrigerator for drop-in company. It's a pretty bright blue - just like windex. We usually just add a smidge of lime juice, otherwise we think it is too tart.

    Recipe #177981

    So named because of the use of stone-fruit flavors instead of the traditional citrus. Cheap, easy, deliciously potent, and more than enough to keep your crowd well-hydrated. The recipe is also easily halved, in case you have somewhere you need to be in the morning. ;)

    Recipe #374011

    A 'coctel' in old Havana was a pre-dinner cocktail party with finger food and a variety of rum drinks. Bacardi white rum had its birth in Cuba, so it is a natural pairing with the nectar of the guava or 'guayaba', one of the most popular and most widely used fruits in the Cuban culture. From "The Florida Keys Cookbook" and posted for ZWT5.

    Recipe #373092

    This is a beautiful liqueur. Make extra and give as a gift in a cut-glass or blown glass bottle. Use blueberries or raspberries to vary the flavors.

    Recipe #27901

    This tastes just like the store-bought version. I make it every year, before Christmas, to give as gifts (and of course to keep some for ourselves!). It ends up being less expensive than buying from the store AND you get to say that you made it yourself! :)

    Recipe #337038

    Ahhh a day at the beach would be aptly topped off with one of these. Dont' forget the little umbrella!

    Recipe #133349

    I make this alot around the holidays. I give out 1 pint containers as gifts. Everyone looks forward to it! Makes alittle over a quart.

    Recipe #78272

    Chai IS the lifeblood of India. Served in scant shot glasses from dawn until way past dusk, this beverage is EVERYWHERE you look. It's in little make-shift cafes, sold from chai-wallahs at every bus station, train station and street corner...brewing in every home.

    Recipe #436478

    Mai Tai - a tropical and fruity rum drink.

    Recipe #247490

    24 Reviews |  By MDMama

    I started making this to use in my daughter's chocolate milk, since I am not a fan of HFCS, and a teeny bottle of organic chocolate syrup was over $4. I double the batch and store in a 32 oz rubbermaid "chug" bottle. You can store this in the fridge in any CLEAN container with a spout for several months.

    Recipe #329804

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