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    Drinks everyone can enjoy - even the kiddies, and you don't even need a designated driver.
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    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Fabulous Italian hot chocolate! A life of piety and chastity has to call for something sensual occasionally. Yes, you can enjoy the seductive chocolate flavor and thick creaminess of this Italian hot chocolate without fearing the loss of other worldly pleasures, but this confection is sure to elicit a moan from all who partake. Drinking any of the great Italian-style hot chocolates is almost a religious experience. Over and over again, people who taste this drink for the first time say, "Oh, my God." Is that enough encouragement to give this one a try? Don't overlook the importance of the orange zest or the arrowroot. The oil from the zest gives the chocolate a fresh kick, and the arrowroot thickens the mixture. Servings: Serves 2 in cappuccino cups or 4 in espresso cups.

    Recipe #314372

    From Macy's, this recipe was enclosed in a leaflet from a recent purchase.

    Recipe #358066

    I was looking for a little treat one evening and fresh out of ideas. On a lark, I wandered over to the Weight Watchers UK website and found this zippy beverage idea. Have tried it a few times and this is my revised version of the original. Though the recipe shown here serves two, you can very easily scale this up to serve as many as you like.

    Recipe #134245

    Orange Julius was a great drink. I am not sure they are still around, but this drink is a good replacement.

    Recipe #35185

    From Better Homes and Gardens, this is a refreshing drink everyone should try! Cooking time is approximate.

    Recipe #94734

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a soft, aromatic, flavored, jasmine tea with lots of lemons. Made in your 10 cup coffee maker for ease. If use loose jasmine green tea use 6 teaspoons.

    Recipe #177955

    ...or as I like to call it "aisu koohii" with "miruku". I'm Japan-crazy, what do can I do!! This is a really refreshing simple low calorie drink for those hot summer days that won't have you worrying about your waistline!

    Recipe #242001

    1 Reviews |  By SReiff

    My mother made this recipe in the summer - an easy, healthy, refreshing blend. I believe she originally got the recipe from Weight Watchers years ago. A great way to replace a milkshake, just as yummy - tastes like a creamsicle!

    Recipe #221605

    1 Reviews |  By lnijjar

    A warm buttery flavored chai - still has a hint of ginger and all the other chai spices!

    Recipe #142481

    3 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Perfect as a party drink, mock champagne is also nice around the holidays for those not wishing to imbibe too much alcohol. Use diet ginger ale to cut calories without cutting flavor. Make sure everything is chilled before you start. For a festive look, add a maraschino cherry to each glass. From Pop It, Stir It, Fix It, Serve It

    Recipe #194064

    This lovely drink came courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens. Enjoy!

    Recipe #109246

    Malted milk balls takes this shake to another level! :)

    Recipe #236838

    From "South of the Sahara: Traditional Cooking from the Lands of West Africa" by Elizabeth A. Jackson. This spicy, fruity drink needs to sit in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours and as much as a day. It can also be the basis for a wonderful cocktail made with rum or vodka.

    Recipe #185856

    The perfect pot of English tea leads to the perfect cup of English tea! I know this is NOT a recipe, but it is amazing how many people do not know how to make a PROPER POT of tea! We always make a pot of tea at home - even if there is only one of us here, we just use a smaller pot! I also prefer loose tea to tea-bags, but we do use good quality tea-bags as well. This is my method for making a perfect pot of tea, and therefore a perfect cuppa. This has been posted due to a request from my daughter, who obviously has FAR more sophisticated tastes as a university student than I did when I was one!! Plus, what can be nicer then baking a cake, inviting a couple of friends over and having a natter with a cuppa? It puts the world to rights! Quantities are listed for a pot of tea for two.....you can increase or decrease the amounts to suit.The following extract is from Mrs Beeton's book of Household Management printed in 1880; here she suggests the method for a "perfect" cup of tea, using loose tea of course and NOT tea bags! "There is very little art in making good tea; if the water is boiling, and there is no sparing of the fragrant leaf, the beverage will almost invariably be good. The old-fashioned plan of allowing a teaspoonful to each person, and one over, is still practised. Warm the teapot with boiling water; let it remain for two or three minutes for the vessel to become thoroughly hot, then pour it away. Put in the tea, pour in from 1/2 to 3/4 pint of boiling water, close the lid, and let it stand for the tea to draw from 5 to 10 minutes; then fill up the pot with water. The tea will be quite spoiled unless made with water that is actually ‘boiling’, as the leaves will not open, and the flavour not be extracted from them; the beverage will consequently be colourless and tasteless,—in fact, nothing but tepid water. Where there is a very large party to make tea for, it is a good plan to have two teapots instead of putting a large quantity of tea into one pot; the tea, besides, will go farther. When the infusion has been once completed, the addition of fresh tea adds very little to the strength; so, when more is required, have the pot emptied of the old leaves, scalded, and fresh tea made in the usual manner."

    Recipe #263420

    3 Reviews |  By KelBel

    From Cooking Light August 2007. A nice twist on traditional limeade.

    Recipe #248405

    A rich and flavourful tea. Bringing the liquid to a boil twice after the milk has been added seems to make it a richer chai tea.

    Recipe #176500

    Refreshing and different lemonade for your next backyard bbq or potluck function. Easily doubled or tripled for larger groups.

    Recipe #29068

    7 Reviews |  By Clara12

    Sitting in a sunny street cafe, watching people passing by and sipping a good mug of coffee - do you like it as much as I do? Last summer I couldn't get enough of Latte Macchiato (blotchy milk), a wonderful milk coffee from Italy which is very popular in Europe right now. As it is very expensive in the street cafe, I tried to prepare it at home and succeeded. It is no fuss to make if you follow the instructions. Most important for the layered look is to pour the espresso slowly into the foamy milk. Make sure to use heavy glasses which won't break when filling in the hot liquids. Enjoy the summer feeling!

    Recipe #58617

    This is delicious! I use a tablespoon of ground coffee for each cup of coffee. You could always change the amounts to suit your tastes. It would be nice to serve this with chocolate spoons. To make chocolate spoons melt chocolate chips in a double boiler. Coat a teaspoon with the chocolate. Place on parchment paper and freeze. Happy Holidays!

    Recipe #336313

    54 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is the best tasting, most satisfying, easiest homemade lemonade you will ever drink. What could be more satisfying on a hot summer day than the cool, brisk refreshing taste of lemonade? This is so easy with the help of a citrus juicer to juice the lemons.

    Recipe #35932

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