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    One of the first recipes David Lebovitz put up on his site was a hot chocolate recipe from Wittamer, one of the best chocolate shops in Brussels, where he actually worked for a time. The head chocolatier, Michael Lewis gave him this recipe, which they serve in their chic tea salon overlooking the place Sablon. Try to find the best chocolate you can(30-40%). Adapted from The Great Book of Chocolate.

    Recipe #379034

    This is one of the "drinkable desserts" featured in the LCBO's winter magazine. It really is both a drink and a dessert, taking the best of both

    Recipe #284762

    I'm having fun making new drinks with ginger brew! This mixes raspberry syrup with a touch of lemon juice. I use Reed's ginger brew. Enjoy!

    Recipe #261332

    3 Reviews |  By KelBel

    From Cooking Light August 2007. A nice twist on traditional limeade.

    Recipe #248405

    From drinkalizer.com "This non-alcoholic cocktail also looks great in a wine glass or a brandy glass."

    Recipe #240345

    I love this drink so couldn't believe it when I saw it wasn't on Zaar. This is from the back of a packet of Pearl Barley. You can also experiment with a mixture of other citrus juices such as lime or grapefruit.

    Recipe #229027

    This is a variation of the Rio-Style floats I found in Food & Wine magazine. I love ginger beer!

    Recipe #225258

    Found this in Food & Wine magazine. I love ginger beer!

    Recipe #225256

    From Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine, this is delicious!

    Recipe #223190

    This delicious recipes comes from the U.S.Apple Growers Consumers Association in Conneticut.

    Recipe #221015

    This is a great treat for a hot day. Smooth mixture of berries and juice.

    Recipe #220847

    5 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This will keep you warmed up!

    Recipe #219732

    What a great way to get our fruit for the day. Lots of fresh fruits, must be good for you. Another summer drink to enjoy.

    Recipe #218913

    Chocolate and cherries in a shake. Doesn't get any better than this! Recipe from Land O Lakes but I've tweaked it a little.

    Recipe #218793

    I LOVE cherries and ice cream, especially in the summer, and I was so happy when I found this recipe for homemade cherry soda.

    Recipe #217854

    This is a favorite of mine. Chill your glass in the freezer before mixing. Adding Caramel topping to the frozen glass makes the presentation of this drink stand out. If you like Bailey's...you've got to try this one.

    Recipe #216277

    Mead, made from fermented honey, was the earliest of all alcoholic beverages; the BEAKER people who inhabited England from 2000BC were known to have drunk it or something like it. Long before the Romans arrived in Britain, Celtic Druid Bards described the island, as dicovered in ancient Roman texts, as "The Isle of Honey". It was orginally a drink for warriors and Druidic princes & priests, as well as noblemen. A chieftains’ bodyguard would fight his battles in return for drinking his mead. There are many types of mead; this method is for "Metheglin", which means it is a "Spiced Mead". The ancient Druids would not have had spices or lemons available, but nevertheless, this is based on a very ancient Celtic recipe. This is an easy and delicious form of mead, but although it is ready to drink after 4-6 months, it is far superior if left for many years. The mead in my photographs was made in 2002 and bottled in 2003! Please ensure if you do not make wines or liqueurs regularly, that you thoroughly sterilise EVERYTHING that you use; I use "Campden Tablets".

    Recipe #216215

    2 Reviews |  By marisk

    A non-alcoholic drink that will refresh you on a hot summer day. An island favorite adapted from a recipe posted on the About.com.

    Recipe #215123

    I like The Recipe With Pineapple Juice It gives it a more sour taste. However my boyfriend Likes it with Apple Juice Because its sweeter.

    Recipe #215073

    12 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A simple and tasty beverage that's especially good in warm weather.

    Recipe #214078

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