|Italian Cooking (Kitchen Library)|
|by Mary Reynolds|
Containing a range of recipes from old favourites to new variations, this cookbook features a selection of Italian foods.
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Tie spices loosely ... in water. Add tea tied loosely in ... to stand 5 minutes. Remove bags of spices and tea and add fruit juice and sugar. Serves 25.
Mix thoroughly. Pour over large piece of ice (or 2 trays of cubes). Decorate with fruit. Add 2 bottles of club soda. Sufficient for 12 people. Makes ...
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.
Cut a 7 ... saucepan, bring apple juice and spices (still ... and add the tea bags to steep ... slices. Note: Tea may be served warm (before chilling).
Boil the water. Add the tea and sugar, and ... Add the orange juice and the juice ... Pour this over 8 cups or 2 quarts of cracked ice in a punch bowl.
Fill a quart ... water. Add ice tea mix. Stir or ... mix. Add grape juice and fill jar ... be served cold in summer and hot in winter. Makes 6 servings.
Steep tea bags and sugar in boiled water for 5 minutes. Add remainder of ingredients. Yield: 1 gallon.
Apple juice can be too sweet or syrupy, herb teas can taste like ... to melt away. Add about a quart of apple juice. Refrigerate and serve to loved ones.
Put spices in ... put them in a clean bag and drop into the juice with sugar and bring to a boil. Cut heat to simmer and let simmer ten minutes. Serve hot.
The quantity depends ... using square orange juice cartons with the ... may be frozen (apple juice works well). This is a wonderfully refreshing beverage.
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