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    I'm Thirsty

    A book of things to drink — some cold and refreshing, some hot and comforting, some for the kids, some for the grownups only.
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    There are numerous recipes for lemon balm lemonade, and I have an old English recipe myself that I make regularly - but, if you find that it is sometimes a little "light" on the lemon flavour, add some lemon verbena for a super charged lemon kick! I have made this several times now and it is so refreshing and zingy, perfect for a hot summer's day. Once the syrup is made, it lasts for several weeks in the fridge, or several months in a cool dark place if you add the optional citric and tartaric acid. Serve with cold sparkling water and slices of lemon and a sprig of either lemon balm or lemon verbena.

    Recipe #429564

    This is the 2nd of 2 intriguing beverages I found in my MasterCook Deluxe computer program & they acknowledged the Stash Tea website. (Time does not include refrigeration)

    Recipe #202689

    The molasses mixture can be kept on handin the fridge for visitors over the holidays!

    Recipe #282774

    This will cure whatever ails you.

    Recipe #29619

    We Googled Gatorade after realizing how much the cost of this product adds up. This is the result of much trial and error. The envelopes with non Kool-Aid drink mixes (like Wylers) are usually more like Gatorade. Kool-Aid seems to have its own distinct flavor. I often double the recipe to make a gallon jug. Fructose and citric acid might require going to a good health food store or brewing supply co. but yield a product more like the original. It is very good with the substitutions mentioned if you like the lemon flavor.

    Recipe #93652

    This is one of those recipes that everyone should know. It tastes terrible, but it works miracles. It is designed to keep people hydrated. It was created by Canadian researchers. UNICEF embraced it, and a commercial version is now distributed widely (mostly free of charge). Each year it is credited with saving the lives of at least a million children. I lived in the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia and it was a Godsend in all locations. A litre and a quart are about the same in size. The ingredient list includes some options to make this taste better, but I have found that people who really need it, think it tastes okay as is. Don't use all the options -- just one. Also, please don't review on taste -- review on results. Namely -- did the user not have to go to hospital to be rehydrated.

    Recipe #230966

    Excellent drink for lazy summer afternoons.

    Recipe #284146

    Yummy with a kick! (Note: Guava nectar is either found where the fruit juices are or else in the aisle where Mexican foods are kept.)

    Recipe #284718

    Just like an old-fashioned soda fountain, you can create a family favorite by mixing flavored KOOL-AID and club soda. The combination fizzes when mixed with the ice cream, creating an exciting treat for the whole family.

    Recipe #169271

    I worked as a barista for 2 years and I tend to be very picky when it comes to specialty coffee drinks. Living in an area where there is a coffee stand on every corner I have tasted so many different versions on each drink so I know that though everyone will use the same ingredients for the most part, quantities and quality matter! This is my simple yet satisfying Mocha Frappe. Although I am sure many might think to substitute for the ingredients to suit their tastes/diet or to use what they have on hand, I hope you will reconsider and use store bought chocolate milk if you can because it is thick and creamy which will make a difference. For variations to this recipe you could add a bit of coconut extract or other flavors, or even flavor syrups. And top with whip cream to make it extra delicious! If you don't have the chocolate milk it is ok to substitute with half and half (can be fat free) and some chocolate syrup as I have found that still gives it enough thickness.

    Recipe #290539

    This is a wonderful thick, rich chocolate drink that is delish as is, or as a base; blend it with ice and make it a smoothie! Either way, it's fantastic! Source: internet. Note: you can use 1 tsp. cinnamon, for the vanilla, all are optional or 1 tablespoon espresso powder, for the vanilla, all are optional

    Recipe #292378

    I received this in an e-mail from Florida's Natural Brand orange juice. It sounds absolutely delicious and comforting. I tried doing a search for something like this in an attempt to not duplicate it, but literally thousands of recipes showed up, because so many of them had all or most or some of the words in the recipe. So, for safekeeping, and to share with the rest of 'Zaar, I'm posting this Hot Orange Juice Sipper here. It sounds very reminiscent to an orange spice type tea. I don't know if I'll ever be able to try it personally though, depends on how instant tea powder treats my digestive disorder, but I hope someone tries it and lets me know how it turns out! :) Copied almost exactly from the Florida's Natural website. Other orange juice can be used, but since it came from a specific brand's website, Florida's Natural is suggested. Prep and cook times are estimates.

    Recipe #261446

    Due to health concerns about raw eggs, I've forgone eggnog for a number of years ... until I came across this recipe. The mixture is cooked so no danger from raw eggs. It's delicious! I usually keep some separate without rum for either kids or those who prefer no alcohol.

    Recipe #214316

    Here's a fresh tasting drink with a twist, and a delightful summer beverage.

    Recipe #67456

    I got this recipe from my favorite literature teacher many, many moons ago, even before the concerns about raw egg yolks. There were so few people in the class, just enough to keep from being cancelled, that we'd usually meet at her home and drink tea and someone would bring cookies. During the holidays she made this for us. I've made eggnog from this recipe for years, especially since we shouldn't use raw eggs.

    Recipe #70136

    2 Reviews |  By Redsie

    From the Food Network - am going to make some for some Christmas gifts. Will let you know once it's done! The cooking time includes the time the mixture needs to settle. You can use frozen cranberries also.

    Recipe #200511

    7 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This recipe was developed for the 11th RSC Contest. In the process of coming up with something totally different I ended up with this. I think the honey and brandy really accentuate the sweet strawberries and then mixed with the wine, mmmmm. I used a sweeter Chardonnay but any white wine would work. The strawberry mixture should be made up ahead of time so that it can cool. Cooking time does NOT include cooling time. I enjoy mine with a few ice cubes. This would be perfect for brunch or Valentine's Day.

    Recipe #282959

    Frozen fruit smoothies are a favorite for the whole family. Why pay an arm and a leg for them when they're so easy to make at home? For an adult variation, try a shot of Captain Morgan on a warm, summer evening after the kids have gone to bed. Tip: Freeze bananas after peeling to save yourself a lot of hassle.

    Recipe #217138

    A delicious cold drink for summertime or anytime. Drinks like this cost a fortune at a coffeehouse, but come out of your blender for pennies a serving. As easy as it is tasty.

    Recipe #221888

    16 years ago when I was pregnant with my first child my CNM gave me this recipe for a nutritional drink. I always found that I could get it down even when I had morning sickness and I credit it for my kids' great health even when I was so queasy I could eat almost nothing. The CNM recommended whole milk because the fat in the milk improves the absorption of the calcium and other nutrients. I usually left out the fruit because sweet things made me queasy.

    Recipe #224264

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