|Preserves: Jams, Pickles, and Liqueurs|
|by Lindy Wildsmith|
For those warm days of late summer and fall, when the fruit is ripe and good, Lindy Wildsmith gives you her inspiring collections of recipes for j...
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You can make ... fruit cordials or liqueurs at home without ... gifts. Add 3-4 vanilla beans to a ... second flavoring ingredient the next time around.
Combine sugars and ... Add vodka and vanilla. Mix well. Cover and let stand 2 weeks. Makes about 5 cups. Can be used in "Kahlua Cake" - recipe in this book.
Combine sugars and ... add vodka and vanilla and mix thoroughly. ... as after dinner liqueur, over fruit ... Bavarians or eggnog pies. Makes about 5 cups.
You will need ... the spirits. A liqueur made in a ... warm water. Add vanilla bean, split lengthwise. ... Enjoy! But be careful. This is a potent drink.
SUGAR SYRUP: Mix ... to room temperature. LIQUEUR: Stir into ... 4 teaspoons of vanilla. Close jar ... for at least a week to age--the longer, the better.
Combine ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth. Store in refrigerator up to 1 month. Stir before serving. Serve over ice.
In blender, combine all ingredients and blend until smooth. Serve over ice, if desired. Store in tightly covered container in refrigerator. Can be ...
Blend in a blender until smooth.
In blender, combine all ingredients; blend until smooth. Serve over ice if desired. Store tightly covered in refrigerator up to one month. Stir ...
In blender container, combine all ingredients; blend until smooth. Store tightly covered in refrigerator up to 1 month. Stir before serving.
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