|Twenty-Five Cent Dinners|
|by Juliet Corson|
While retail prices may have increased since Juliet Corson published her "Twenty-Five Cent Dinners For Families of Six" in 1879, what has not chan...
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Boil the water. Add the tea and sugar, and ... cherries cut in 4 parts, and the ginger ale. Pour this over 8 cups or 2 quarts of cracked ice in a punch bowl.
Boil 3 quarts water with 3 cups sugar for 5 minutes. Chill. Add the juices and fruit. Just before serving, add 1 pint of ginger ale.
In a punch bowl, mix the ice tea mix with the ... you can use any brand of ginger ale. Also, make sure you have enough to make 2 batches...it goes fast! .
Combine punch and tea powder. Carefully pour ... Float an ice ring made of fruit juice with pineapple slices frozen in it on top of punch. Makes 16 servings.
Best chilled before. Mix tea mix with one ... lemon (or slice lemon and let it float in mixture.) Can substitute diet tea and soda for a great low-cal punch.
Steep tea five minutes, add ... before serving and float orange rings. It is a gold color and is good to use when celebrating a 50th wedding anniversary.
Make tea and add sugar. Reconstitute lemonade and orange juice and mix with tea. Before serving, add 3 (2 liter) bottles of ginger ale. Serves: 100.
Make tea with 6 tea bags and 1 quart water. Mix in 1 gallon container with lemonade, limeade and sugar. Finish filling container with cool water.
Bring 1 quart ... from heat. Add tea bags. Cover and ... tea bags. Combine tea and remaining ingredients. Serve mixture over ice. Yield: 1 gallon punch.
Steep tea bags in boiling ... juice. Bring to boil them remove from heat. Cool. Refrigerate until ready to use. Just before serving add chilled ginger ale.
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