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    this cookbook is for the non-alchoholic recipes I can't or won't put in designated driver cookbook.
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    Sip in cordial glasses or dribble over vanilla ice cream. Probably my easiest liqueur recipe and very good. Since it's made with DRIED apricots, it can be made year-round. Years ago I gave this a couple times in a monogrammed pocket flask as a 21st birthday present. Cooking time is actually infusion time (at 5-7 days, it's a relatively short time for a fruit-flavored liqueur).

    Recipe #101353

    This tangy and sweet beverage is found all over Egypt, but is especially popular with street vendors. From Party By the Pyramids. NOTES: Dried hibiscus flowers can be found at specialty food stores and at Latin and Caribbean markets, where they are called sorrel or flor de Jamaica.

    Recipe #233175

    23 Reviews |  By ~jb4~

    Coquito is a Puerto Rican version of Egg Nog. It is to die for. I experienced this for the first time last year and I can not get enough. My friend gave me the recipe and she makes it only at christmas, she fills wine bottles with it and then makes them look pretty and gives them as gifts. One taste and you will want more and more.

    Recipe #48799

    I love coffee. (you're shocked, I can tell) I like to keep a pitcher of this in my fridge, especially during the summer.

    Recipe #113064

    This is a recipe request. But, as I love iced coffee and drink it right through from May to September, I thought I'd post for others like me. Sounds delicious.

    Recipe #106595

    2 Reviews |  By swissms

    The vodka is infused with fresh pineapple. Bon Appetit, June 2005. For pineapple martinis, mix 3 parts pineapple vodka and 1 part apricot nectar in a large cocktail shaker filled with crushed ice. Shake and strain into chilled Martini glasses.

    Recipe #365444

    Rice milk drink with cinnamon and vanilla. The only reason I put 6-8 hours of prep time is that the rice needs to sit overnight in water. Also, the blend and mixing time. It is really a super simple recipe.

    Recipe #461296

    An Indian dish similar to rasam....

    Recipe #509756

    Jamaicans make this with fresh hibiscus, so common in the islands, but you can find it dried at your health food store, some supermarkets, or Whole Foods store. This is Jamaicas answer to iced tea and better for you too! Sometimes allspice berries are added, I have left them out here.

    Recipe #502079

    This is a refreshing fruit tea. I brew the tea in in my 3 quart Mr Coffee Iced Tea Pot. Other fruits or juices can be used too. It will probably be good as a hot tea as well.

    Recipe #63395

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A few days ago I discovered Blak from the Coca--Cola company. It's an infusion of Cola and coffee so, of course, I had to try this. I fell completely in love with this Elixir Of The Gods. However there were a couple of wee drawbacks, availability and cost. I had/have never seen it anywhere other that the roadside service station we stopped at and it was $2.28 for a very small bottle. This is my not exact but fairly close solution.

    Recipe #232432

    There is enough horseradish in this mix to pert up anyone's day!!

    Recipe #37533

    When you enjoy what you like, you should find out how it's made and help spread the word to people who might not have had the chance to try! I read over the others here on Recipezaar site and thought what was needed is a simple, effective one for everyone's busy lifestyle. A couple of thoughts: - The main thing for this recipe is the 2:1:1 ratio. If you want to increase or decrease it due to your available ingredients (or if you don't have measuring instruments), just use that proportion with whatever container you have handy. In my case, due to the size of my blender, I made four smaller batches and poured into a one gallon jug to take to a get-together. - Some of the other recipes added sugar or sweetener, I found that with the type of canned pulp that I purchased, it was already sufficiently sweet that no additional sugar needed to be added. You may want to taste your batch and adjust to your liking if you can not get the sweetened variety. - Do I need to say that the Yogurt should be fresh? If it is not, there is a chance that if it is sour or flavored, the taste will come out quite different. Who knows, maybe it'll be to your preference! - If you want your to be more exotic, you can add more cardamom (but not too much to overpower the mango flavor) or add rose water. - Fresh mangoes versus canned - depends if you want to take the risk of finding non-fibrous or stringy mangoes and ones that are just ripe. If you want to make this quick and easy, go with uniform quality of the canned. This will also free you to being able to make the dish any time of the year! - Obviously you can also freeze and make popsicles if you have the appropriate paraphernalia. This could be a sneaky way for it to become a kid-pleaser. Another variation is to add cut up pieces of fruit and have a fruit salad dessert with the mango lassi as the base. Some people like it with bananas, others with strawberries (like my wife), or you can go pineapple, apples, mandarins, etc. Enjoy!

    Recipe #314885

    A refreshing drink either suitable while eating a hot meal OR for a hot day to cool down. 1 medium fresh mango can be used instead of the canned.

    Recipe #484518

    My son James just loves horchata so I am making this for him. James loves the crunchiness of the raw rice so I am adding a little. If you want that same texture make sure, if you do add rice, that you blend it enough.

    Recipe #484248

    Got this one at the orchard. Have tried a sample there. Cooking time reflects a 2 hour cooling time.

    Recipe #481361

    In high school I wanted to make horchata, and so my mom taught me how to make it. Never did I think it was so easy. Of course we did it the easy way, and the ingredients can be easily adjusted to taste.

    Recipe #480438

    This came from Appetizers. I have not tried this, just posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #478880

    I got this from a PBS show, Pati's Mexican Table. One of my Jamaican friends serves this at Christmas. Another frequently has it in the fridge.

    Recipe #460335

    Cream soda flavoring homemade with no splenda! Tasty, and easy to make. Stores well and less expensive than buying the pre-made mixes.

    Recipe #471591

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