|Champagne (Classic wine collection)|
|by Maggie McNie|
This fascinating book covers all aspects of Champagne: the region, the history of the wine, and the development of the Champagne method.
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The night before, ... toss together prepared fruit. Layer, along ... Or-for a quick breakfast, toss the ... before. Can be eaten on the run. 4 servings.
Mix together and ... will become a fruit slush. Serve in sherbet ... also serve with a small scoop of lemon or pineapple sherbet and top with a strawberry.
Cut all fruit into bite size pieces. Fold in yogurt. Chill.
In a large ... blend completely. Add fruit cocktail and sliced ... then add to mixture. Chill 2 hours before serving. Makes about 16 (1/2 cup) servings.
Drain pineapple and mixed fruit, reserve pineapple ... juice, pudding mix and instant breakfast drink. Stir well. Add fruits and sliced bananas. Toss gently.
Mix pineapple juice, pudding, Tang and whip with a fork until thick. Pour over the above and marinate overnight. Just before serving, cut up 2 ...
In mixing bowl blend reserved juice or syrup, Tang and vanilla pudding for 2 minutes until thickened. Add fruit; toss and chill.
Or orange juice. Drain pineapple and mixed fruit, reserving pineapple ... drink; stir well. Combine fruit and dressing; toss gently. Chill. Yield: 4 servings.
Drain pineapple and mixed fruits reserving pineapple juice. ... pudding mix and breakfast drink, stir well. ... dressing, toss gently and chill. Serves 4.
Drain pineapple and ... Drain all other fruits and discard juices. ... with pineapple juice. Add to other fruits and gently mix. Chill well before serving.
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