|The Wine Journal|
|by Larry Springer|
Novice wine connoisseurs will find THE WINE JOURNAL especially handy to take along on shopping and dining expeditions.
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Glogg, which means ... the Swedish Christmas punch bowl and is ... of dry red wine, with the ... can be prepared and served successfully using a Crock-Pot.
1. In a large punch bowl, combine the ... concentrate, lemonade concentrate, burgundy, club soda ... nuts, dark raisins and golden raisins or fresh grapes.
In saucepan, combine ... Strain out spices and chill liquid. Combine chilled mixture with wine and cranberry apple juice. Makes 12 to 14 four ounce servings.
Mix a little wine with sugar to dissolve then combine everything into large punch bowl.
Put into 1 ... but spices and wine in kettle. Add ... Simmer 1/2 hour. Let stand with spices in it at least 1 hour. Remove spices, then add wine and heat.
Chill one orange ... lemon. Place juices, wine, sugar and ... or pour into punch bowl. Cut chilled ... carbonated water. Makes about 24 (4 ounce) servings.
To make sugar ... Orgeat syrup and wine. Let sit ... sparkling water and pour over ice. This punch is a very good accompaniment for Mexican food dishes.
Combine all ingredients except lemon juice and wine. Bring slowly ... juice and wine. Serve hot. For a stronger punch, add a bit of brandy. Yields 4 quarts.
In sauce pan, simmer water, sugar, cinnamon, cloves and salt. Bring to a boil. Simmer 10 minutes. Add burgundy and juice. Strain and chill.
Combine all ingredients except lemon juice and wine. Bring to ... even if you don't care for burgundy wine. I don't like the wine alone but LOVE the punch.
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