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    I just finished a batch of this, and found it good enough to post here for my very first time. From "Cooking Light" Magazine: "Fresh lemon juice and lemon rind add bright tang and beautiful hue to this liqueur. Begin a batch 3 weeks before you plan to serve it. Pour over ice with 2 parts sparkling water for a cool, delicious lemon spritzer. To serve straight up, coat the rim of a chilled martini glass in lemon juice, then dip in sugar. Garnish with a lemon slice.

    Recipe #165809

    I read every Irish cream liqueur recipe on Zaar & elsewhere over the holidays, but none seemed quite the same as a clipping in my memory, misplaced somewhere in a stack of thousands. Eureka...it's now found, and I'm posting it “Quick Like a Bunny” before it eludes me again. I don't think it's any less expensive than buying the real thing, but you'll find it simple, fresh & refreshing...no eggs in sight. Clipped from Bon Appetit's request column many years ago as a house specialty from the restaurant at Atlanta’s World Trade Center. Enjoy it on St. Paddy’s Day, and when the holidays roll 'round again, you can bottle it and delight your friends.

    Recipe #158205

    You can whisk this up very quickly for an after-dinner treat or give as a gift!

    Recipe #146259

    1 Reviews |  By Dee514

    Poured into decorative bottles, this makes a lovely holiday/hostess gift. Its wonderful after dinner, with (or in) coffee. It is also used as a flavoring in many desserts.

    Recipe #46288

    If you love Chambord as I do but suffer sticker shock when buying it, here's a good substitute. It doesn't taste exactly the same when drinking it straight up, but when mixed in cocktails you won't be able to tell the difference. I use one of those fancy Chambord bottles to store it in. Cook time is the LONG mellowing time. ( 3 months so plan ahead)

    Recipe #172114

    A good garnish for drinks and baked goods when used sparingly. I found this in the New Diabetic Cookbook.

    Recipe #146637

    Try a dash of this in your homemade cranberry sauce or bottle it for gifts. Even better celebrate with Cranberry Cream Punch #42566 or Sparkling Cranberry Sangria #47607. Recipe may be halved.

    Recipe #76177

    Finish off a large meal with a tiny glass of this. Cook time is the maturation time.

    Recipe #70551

    Use this liqueur in Banana Daiquiri Bahama Mama and Chocolate Monkey's!

    Recipe #52422

    4 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My mother makes this all the time, she used to test my boyfriends' mettle by offering them some of the liqueur in a small shot glass, with a cherry on the bottom. If they survived the potency of the drink (she would really age it) then she would evilly say, "Bite into the cherry." If they survived that then they were good enough for her daughter.

    Recipe #13345

    Liqueur de Poire is a French pear liqueur that is easy to make and makes a wonderful gift. The hardest part is waiting three months for the maceration process. Be sure to shake the jar periodically when you check on its progress.

    Recipe #173253

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I've been researching liqueur recipes to make as hostess gifts for Rosh Hashana. This one is delicious, great drizzled on some vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #72203

    An orange tasting liqueur.

    Recipe #58301

    Chocolate drinks - need I say more? Yummy for a nice relaxing evening, or to give as a holiday gift. Allow for 2 weeks standing time.

    Recipe #137028

    A fancy and delicious liqueur. A simple to prepare...chocolate fans, and mocha fans will adore this drink. This can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.

    Recipe #62973

    this is a recipe from Nestle.An impressive homemade liqueur. Serve as a liqueur with coffee, or spoon over ice cream. Makes a good hostess gift.

    Recipe #84941

    Caroline's is a spiced coffee liqueur that I've named after a very patient and long-suffering lady who probably could have used a morning tonic like this to jump-start her days. I make it almost every year to give as a holiday gift. If you want to know the story behind the name, you can find it at http://www.casagordita.com/caroline.htm.

    Recipe #50088

    I always associate autumn with cranberries. Here is an elegant liqueur that's really easy to make (and a treat to receive as a Christmas or hostess gift). If giving as a gift, be sure to allow enough time (in days) for the fruit to fully infuse the liquor. Cooking time is actually infusion time. UPDATE: After the liqueur is made, try using it to make Rita L's cocktail A Jolly Christmas Special Cosmo or Red Hot Lovers Cosmo (recipe #109007), or if you give the liqueur as a gift, you might want to give the recipient a copy of Rita's recipe to go with it!)

    Recipe #103136

    Wonderful for those long summer evenings, when it's too hot to go to bed...it will keep the conversation going forever (or at least until the bottle is empty...!)Keep this in the freezer (it won't freeze because of the alcohol in it, but it will become even creamier and more refreshing) and take it out about ten minutes before serving (Prep time includes overnight soaking)

    Recipe #87634

    Doesn't exactly taste like creamsicles, but similar--the vanilla does soften the bite of the orange somewhat in that direction. To drink in liqueur glasses or pour over ice cream, angelfood cake, etc. Makes a delightful gift. Be sure to use vanilla extract, not imitation vanilla flavoring; the same goes for the orange extract. Times listed do not include 2 weeks for the liqueur to sit and infuse.

    Recipe #94154

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