|The Very Best of Gregory's Greek Recipes|
|by Dr. Gregory Evangelos Zotos PhD|
The Greeks are known for their top eminence cooking. Possibly, it is due to the tradition of their ceramics; the Greeks food is so built-up.
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Place frozen strawberries in punch bowl. Add Pineapple ... apart strawberries. Add Champagne. Stir. Scoop ... 10 - 15 Or just one - cuz its that good! :)
Chill juices and ... and wine in punch bowl. Add strawberries ... preferably made of frozen punch. Garnish with orange, lemon and lime slices. Serves 10 to 12.
Rinse strawberries. Drain ... hull. Place in a punch bowl and add the sugar, lemon juice and white wine. Chill 3 hours. Add champagne and serve at once.
Dissolve gelatin in ... cool. In a "Punch Bowl" combine gelatin ... water. Test before serving. Stir in wine, champagne and strawberries. 24 1/2 cup serving.
Blend partially thawed strawberries, water and lemonade; chill well. To serve, place mixture in punch bowl and add ginger ale and champagne; float ice ring.
Combine strawberries, pineapple ... juice. Chill thoroughly to blend flavors. Carefully add champagne, pouring down side of bowl. Makes 16 (5 oz.) servings.
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Boil. In punch bowl combine lemonade ... water. Before serving stir in wine and champagne. Float frozen strawberries.
Dissolve sugar in ... brandy and Sauterne. Chill in refrigerator. Add champagne (iced) just before serving. Block of ice in bowl. Serves about 16 cups.
Refrigerate all liquid several hours. Combine pop, punch and champagne in a large ... of the fruits listed above as garnish. Yield: about 40 punch cups.
In a large punch bowl combine fruit ... Slowly pour in ginger ale and champagne. Make frozen ice ring and place in punch bowl. Makes 25 (4 oz.) servings.
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