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    This is a wonderfully refreshing iced tea. Not too sweet!

    Recipe #295292

    8 Reviews |  By twissis

    Old-fashioned soda fountain drinks are almost entirely a matter of history now w/all the new beverage varieties. I still remember them fondly from my college dys when they were already disappearing from sight & long for the spec treat they were "back then". This satisfying concoction was born out of my desire to revisit that genre, but w/greater concern for my "hip health" than I had in those dys. *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #300020

    "Hey, waiter - there's a flower in my cocktail!" This is a great party idea! Prove that you're the hostess with the most-ess, the ultimate party planner, when you serve your guests drinks with stunning floral ice-cubes. Yes, ice-cubes with small flowers or flower petals frozen within them. Try it for your next party or gathering. This idea is perfect for a showers, christenings, weddings, Christmas, or just about any special occasion. I also like to pile them up in a clear glass wine or champagne cooler to serve. This is a great example of how you can actually incorporate party decorations into the food you serve, so the food and the decor merge and compliment one another. Drop floral ice cubes into your guest’s glasses, or fill your punch bowl with them. Make sure you only use edible, organically grown (non-toxic) flowers. Rose petals, geranium petals, violets or small pansies are ideal choices, and that they are free of pesticides and traffic pollution. You can also use the flowers of fresh herbs, and drop them in to chilled soups for the summer - they make a wonderful finishing touch.

    Recipe #302123

    This is from a Womans Day cookbook. I haven't allowed for chill time. An Australian cup is 250ml. Soda water is club soda. Garnish with rose petals.

    Recipe #232934

    Recipe #272341

    This is from a very old Weight Watchers pamphlet for Week One of the diet. I love this milk shake. It's surprisingly thick and tasty.

    Recipe #254025

    This is really good to warm to soul in the winter.

    Recipe #125593

    3 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    I was looking for a good hot chocolate recipe for a December book club meeting and found this... I can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #199186

    9 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A Hogwart's Special! Recipe posted by request. Prep time does NOT include freezing time.

    Recipe #68684

    From Macinac Island's famous Grand Hotel comes this "Great Pretender" recipe by Chef Hans Burtscher. I work for AAA and every year they publish a "Great Pretenders" alcohol-free drink recipe booklet. This is my favorite one for this year. Love those cherries! I'm including chilling time in the prep time.

    Recipe #48060

    I came across another recipe for a drink that called for almond syrup, but I live in the Boonedocks, so getting stuff like that is like looking for sunshine in a coal mine. I was reading a magazine at the doctor's office and came across this reader tip. How ironic...it's for flavored syrup. The Lord smiles on us at the most unexpected times! This can also be bottled and given as a Christmas or hostess gift.

    Recipe #145168

    This drink is a great alternative to hot apple cider. I've only had it once and got the recipe at Pleasant Union, one of the Shaker settlements here in Kentucky. The Shakers were wonderful cooks and most all of their recipes are deeelish.

    Recipe #146797

    From "Mr. Boston All-New Official Bartender's and Party Guide". Great book! I may try this with pureed frozen peaches and diet 7-up.

    Recipe #265900

    From "Mr. Boston All-New Official Bartender's and Party Guide". Great book!

    Recipe #265903

    One of my girlfriends served this at our monthly lunch get-together. From Southern Living. I have to double the recipe because it disappears so fast.

    Recipe #68135

    Oprah recently featured this treat as one of her favorite things. I ordered the mix from Serendipity in NYC. The food editor from our local paper went in search of the recipe after numerous requests from readers and here it is--straight from Serendipity 3 restaurant. When my mix arrives, I'll let you know how this recipe compares to the real deal.

    Recipe #104403

    This recipe is from the Anne of Green Gables cookbook by Kate MacDonald. "Diana poured herself out a tumblerful, looked at it's bright-red hue admiringly, and then sipped it daintily. "That's awfully nice raspberry cordial, Anne," she said. "I didn't know raspberry cordial was so nice." " Anne of Green Gables chapter 26

    Recipe #61879

    I'm actually going to "The Little House on the Prairie cookbook with this one. I was threshing hay the other day (ok, actually I was mowing the lawn, but close enough), and thought I'd try it - the ginger and the vinegar give it a nice tang. If the vinegar is a bit much, you can add less vinegar or mix it with ginger ale.

    Recipe #34319

    Remember the movie Chocolat where Juliette Binoche adds chili to the drink? Well, this is one recipe for a spiced hot chocolate.

    Recipe #61909

    The ultimate mall fruity shake at home! I modified this recipe one day from one i found online. I have sensitive teeth so I don't like ice much anyway. Guaranteed not to give you "slushie headache".

    Recipe #24088

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