This is a very easy mocktail and if you love ginger beer like I do, you'll enjoy this. The basic idea is one part ginger ale to one part ginger beer. Serve in a nice tall chilled glass and chill out yourself for awhile. :)
This is a British Columbian recipe from Canada. The soil is so rich there, it produces luscious berries and apples.
UPDATE: Due to reviews, I have added sugar to the ingredients. Add to taste or don't use-your choice!
A lovely spread made with fresh blueberries and cream cheese, you'll love this! Use this on bagels, toast, pancakes, muffins, etc. Canada, New England, Mid Atlantic, South, West, blueberries are everywhere!
This drink is delicious, has a slightly 'nutty' flavor and is good for improving the memory. It is especially rich in choline, one of the B vitamins that increases acetylcholine, a substance that is the message carrier of the brain. Recipe from Cherie Calbom.
The chefs at Gourmet Alley in Gilroy California, famous for their garlic festival every year have shared some of their best recipes, via Country Living magazine(July 1987). I have tweaked this just slightly. Enjoy!
Created in Venice, Italy, then promoted in restaurants such as the Olive Garden, this drink is now widely popular in the US, particularly in the New York area. This is a non alcoholic version of the classic bellini.
In my quest for cranberry recipes, I came across this little gem. Try it, you'll like it! From the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. This fits into the Mid West, New England and Canadian regions.