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    This delicious recipe comes from Cook's Illustrated. DH and I made these cookies for Christmas and everyone raved about them. According to Cook's Illustrated, the dough will keep in the refrigerator for up to three days or in the freezer for up to two weeks. The cookies are best eaten the day they are glazed. Prep time does not include the 45 minutes dough is in freezer (or 2 hrs refrigerated) or one hour cooling time.

    Recipe #289673

    This is a great summer cocktail made with rum, mango nectar and pineapple juice.

    Recipe #413506

    A variation on the traditional tequila sunrise. For a non-alcoholic version, just leave out the tequila and add extra pineapple juice. Yo can very the quantities to suit your taste :)

    Recipe #269613

    Martha (Stewart) can make 'em!

    Recipe #453173

    I found this cocktail on the Drinkmixer website. This is a tropical drink for two with a soft pink tint (from the grenadine), which is best served in tiki mugs.

    Recipe #455625

    This is my adaptation of a recipe I found in the April 2002 issue of the now-defunct BHG Hometown Cooking magazine. They disappear almost instantly whenever I make them. I like them because the fruit isn't mashed and incorporated into the batter as it is in most banana recipes.

    Recipe #60291

    1 Reviews |  By Linky1

    Another version of Hawaiian upside down cake! From University of Hawaii website.

    Recipe #457642

    A bombardment of flavors, poured into a cocktail shaker and Shaken from the hips, Hula style. This is a fairly sweet drink.

    Recipe #457394

    This is a great drink. You can serve them at a brunch or a summer party, or if you just want to close your eyes and pretend that you are sailing the seas in your beautiful yacht. I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #457385

    A recipe from the Island menu of Rachael Ray

    Recipe #456276

    From Better Homes & Gardens magazine, June 2011. Prep time includes 20-minute marinade time.

    Recipe #458350

    This is a great drink. I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #457386

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Make these handsome, refreshing Pineapple Mimosas -- a version of the classic orange juice-champagne combination -- with or without alcohol. While typically an orange juice and Champagne beverage, this version has other fruity flavors of lime and pineapple. Time not given for the advance chilling as it can be as long as you want.

    Recipe #421776

    This blended cocktail will keep the romance of the islands alive!

    Recipe #457812

    Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee I saw this on Semi-Homemade last night and thought I might try using up some of my coconut rum this way.

    Recipe #208513

    I Love Rogers & Hammerstein's South Pacific. And Bali Hai is my favorite song... Posted for ZW7 Bali Ha'i may call you, Any night, any day, In your heart, you'll hear it call you: "Come away...Come away." Bali Ha'i will whisper In the wind of the sea: "Here am I, your special island! Come to me, come to me!"

    Recipe #458292

    A fruity frozen drink from Oceans Potions: Royal Carribean Cocktail Recipe Book. This was my favorite drink to have poolside on our last cruise.

    Recipe #322466

    Aother "Blissful" blend from the Paradise Mango Rum liqueur insert. Like Mango? Try any of the recipes these guys offer up!!Paradise Mango Rum liqueur is slightly different from your traditional mango rum as this has the appearance of mango nectar - I might suggest adding some if you aren't using or can't find Paradise Mango Rum Liqueur in your area yet. It is only recently being imported to the States and somewhat limited in other parts of the world (from the Phillipines).

    Recipe #229344

    This drink looks like a lulu of a drink! Taken from Trader Vic's gourmet.com and posted for ZWT. Try it - you'll like it!

    Recipe #456273


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