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Use an equal ... cube trays. Serve orangeade in a punch ... and thin orange slices. A colorful punch bowl for parties and gatherings. Kids love it, too!

To make a syrup: Use only juice from fresh lemons. Store bought orange juice may be used, but fresh squeezed is preferred. Wash lemons and oranges. ...

Boil sugar and water for 10 minutes. Pour into clean hot jars and seal. Syrup may be kept on hand and used as needed.

Use juice of 4 oranges and 1 lemon, 1 cup sugar syrup (below) and 3 1/2 cups water. Boil equal amount of sugar and water about 10 minutes; pour into ...

Mix sugar and water; bring to a boil and leave to cool. Mix and freeze until slushy stirring occasionally as it freezes. Put into individual ...

Dilute lemonade and orangeade according to label ... lemonade and orangeade. Chill. Stir in sherbet; add ginger ale. Serve immediately. Yields 50 servings.

Mix all dry ingredients together. Use 2 heaping teaspoons for each cup of hot water.

Mix the sugar and 1 cup water in a saucepan. Stir over low heat until sugar is dissolved. Increase heat, cove and boil 5 minutes. Remove from heat; ...

Place all ingredients in jar, cover, shake gently to mix thoroughly. For hot tea, place 1 rounded teaspoon mix in cup, fill with boiling water, stir ...


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