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    The Summer Comfort Cafe

    Cider, tea, coffee, chocolate and fruit juices for summer sipping!
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    A non alcoholic version of the salty dog usually containing vodka or gin. "Mansfield News Journal," 18th July 1952 "George [Jessel], was fortifying himself against Republicans with a strange potion out of a champagne glass. He let me have a taste, and after bystanders had turned the fire extinguishers on me and successfully resorted to resuscitation, he explained, that this drink was a Salty Dog." "It is a little something of my own invention," he said, "Just half fresh grapefruit juice, half vodka and a dash of salt, and you think any Democrat can win." Enjoy!

    Recipe #460103

    Bring back any memories?

    Recipe #69382

    This "mocktail"(non-alcoholic cocktail) is great for an alternative party drink!

    Recipe #47526

    I got lazy and reduced my fruit soda making down to this. I'm almost embarressed to post it, but thought others would love this quick and easy way to make a cup of cold fruit soda! You can make just as much or little as you want at a time! I keep my freezer stocked with fruit juice concentrates, and 3 or 4 bottles of club soda are always on hand. Enjoy!

    Recipe #376001

    A nice alternative to the Fuzzy Navel!

    Recipe #48815

    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. :)

    Recipe #460064

    I make this smoothie almost everyday to get my fruit and vitamins!

    Recipe #303554

    This is a non alcoholic version of Horse's Neck. Dating back to the 1890s, Horse's Neck was a non-alcoholic mixture of ginger ale, ice and lemon peel. By the 1910s, brandy, sometimes bourbon would be added for a 'Horse's Neck with a Kick' or '-- Stiff'. The non-alcoholic version was still served in upstate New York in the late fifties or early sixties, but eventually it was phased out.

    Recipe #460111

    A delicious mixture of tropical juices topped with soda water for some fizz. :)

    Recipe #460072

    Who needs the booze with this yummy creation?

    Recipe #460069

    A simple, delightful drink that's good anytime! Adapted from the US Apple Consumers Association. Enjoy!

    Recipe #221153

    All the flavor without the alcohol. A great drink for kids of all ages. And so yummy. This is said to have originated in Hawaii, but it's good for any beach, anywhere!

    Recipe #460193

    I don't drink liqueur, but this sounds so good, and I just bought some raspberry syrup! Here is my take on the non-alcoholic version. Enjoy! Adapted from Cooking Light magazine. A French recipe.

    Recipe #168574

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

    Recipe #223190

    This is simple and you can use the candy bar of your choice! From Blendtec! Suggestions for candy bars-Heath bars, milk chocolate, butterfingers)

    Recipe #177600

    Easy peasy using storebought mayonnaise! A delicious mayo great for almost any savory sandwich or added to salad dressings or dips! Adapted from Better Homes and Gardens magazine((Sept. 2005). I'm not sure why the nutritional info says 900 some calories. The USDA says that 1/4 cup mayo = 229 calories, so don't worry.

    Recipe #454232

    Fresh and tropical, this will cool you down and healtify you up. :)

    Recipe #460074

    Double or triple this amount and take it to the beach or on a hike for a hydrating treat. Adapted from Delicious Living.

    Recipe #331877

    Mmmmm, cranbery juice, apple juice, coconut cream......mmmmmmm.

    Recipe #460104

    Be sure to use really cold milk for this classic fountain treat! And don't overmix to get the perfect slushy thick texture! Adapted from cooking.com.

    Recipe #189448

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