|On Cooking: Techniques from Expert Chefs|
|by Alan M. Hause|
A virtual encyclopedia of culinary arts, On Cooking spotlights more than 600 delectable recipes--from soups to meats to desserts--presented by 30 ...
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Pour concentrates and water into punch bowl. Float ice ring. Carefully pour bottle contents down the side of bowl. Makes 11 cups.
Mix and freeze. Add 2 liters ginger ale when ready to serve.
Boil sugar and water together to make a syrup. Cool. Combine with remaining ingredients and chill. Makes 28 (4 oz.) servings.
Boil sugar and water for 3 minutes. Cool. Add juices and chill. Add chilled ginger ale when ready to serve.
Stir sugar and water over low heat to dissolve. Bring to a boil and boil 10 minutes. Cool. Add sugar mixture to orange and grapefruit juices. Chill. ...
Mix above ingredients. ... lg. white grape juice Add along side of bowl to preserve fizz. Makes 1 large punch bowl full or 2 regular size punch bowl fulls.
Chill juice and ginger ale; leave lemonade frozen. Combine all ingredients; serve in punch bowl with ice ring.
In small saucepan, ... serving, pour into punch bowl. Add ginger ... of orange or grapefruit juice and place in punch bowl. Makes 10 (1/2 cup) servings.
Combine ingredients in punch bowl and serve. Great refresher on a hot day. Makes 34 (6 ounce) servings.
Chill ingredients in ... lemons, limes and mint. Combine ginger ale and apple juice and center ice mold in punch bowl. (Use 2 to 1 ratio for larger amounts.)
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