|The Meat Bible|
|by David Lobel|
For anyone who ever wanted to know the difference between Porterhouse and Chateaubriand the Lobel family of master butchers has all the answers in...
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In a saucepan, bring sugar and water to a boil with ... slushy. Alternatively, the slush may be frozen ... until slushy. A refreshing Summertime treat!
Combine all ingredients together and freeze. Stir well. Fill glass 1/2 full or frozen mixture and fill the rest of the glass with 7-Up.
We like to use pink or ... every hour until slush has formed. Variation ... bottom half will act as an ice cube but will not weaken the drink while it thaws.
Combine all ingredients ... 48 hours, serve with equal parts 7-Up and slush (one 1/2 7-Up and one 1/2 slush). Variation: Use grapefruit instead of orange.
In a blender, ... partially; add half to the punch bowl ... Sprite. Mix to make a slush and serve. Keep ... remaining slush and 2 quarts Fresca or Sprite.
Combine milk, sugar, ... till mixture reaches desired consistency. Garnish each serving with a strawberry and an orange wedge. Serve. Makes 5 1/2 cups.
In a blender ... Take the bottle out and shake every half hour or so until slushy, or freeze overnight to pack in a lunchbox. Makes 5 (6 ounce) servings.
The night before, ... in a blender or smoothie maker. Add the juice; enough to cover the fruit. Blend. This is especially refreshing on a hot summer day!
1. Mix all ... together, except 7-UP (or its variations), and freeze in a large container (plastic works best). 2. To serve: Mix 1 part slush to 1 part 7-UP.
In a blender ... pour mixture into a storage container and freeze; let stand for 10 minutes to thaw before serving. Makes 4 (9oz) servings 112 cal. each
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