One of the first questions I asked on this site was for homemade V-8 juice. Have been constantly looking until the other day at the dentist office when the assistant gave me her mother's recipe. Wow!, so simple and so good.07/19/08: UPDATE! I made a large pitcher-full today and added about 11/2 tbsp of Worcestershire sauce for an added kick. The guys really liked it! Me?....still like the original best. 09/16/08: ANOTHER UPDATE: I have now had two different members point out to me that the former name of this name of this recipe, Homemade V-8 Juice, is a poor choice as it is not homemade.......and I agree, thus the new name.
A refreshing summer shake. Sugar can be omitted for a healthier shake. Found this recipe in Boy's Life magazine 20 years ago and have enjoyed it ever since. Other fruits can be used for different "Nogs". Try strawberries or peaches.
Quick to make and very refreshing on a hot day. This has been adapted from Rita G. Springer's 'Caribbean Cookbook'. I never add the sugar. Obviously, you could add a shot of vodka to make it rather more daring.
This is not the usual blender Strawberry Lemonade, but a well worth recipe for a refreshing beverage that will make your guests think they are hanging with Martha herself....you will make this again and again! DELICIOUS!
REFRESHING! A pretty beverage full of flavor! A good blend of flavors and easy to make a pitcher full by doubling recipe. Great for serving guests. I usually buy the small individual 6 ounce cans of pineapple.
EXACTLY like the Orange Julius in the mall, without the stomach curdling mixture of acidic orange juice and milk/ice cream.... I also included variations including different fruit, like PEACHES & CREAM, STRAWBERRIES & CREAM, etc. I tried for years to figure out this recipe, beginning at around age 12! I finally got it one day at age 25 and now my 11 year old daughter whips them up for herself and friends after school or for breakfast.