|Vodka (Discovering Exploring Enjoying)|
|by Ian Wisniewski|
This book reveals everything you need to know about Vodka, from the history of leading distilleries to practical tips on enjoying Vodka and recipes.
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Combine all ingredients ... 48 hours, serve with equal parts 7-Up and slush (one 1/2 7-Up and one 1/2 slush). Variation: Use grapefruit instead of orange.
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.
1. Mix all ... together, except 7-UP (or its variations), and freeze in a large container (plastic works best). 2. To serve: Mix 1 part slush to 1 part 7-UP.
Mix well and ... bananas and peaches. Berry or cherry Hi-C with pureed strawberries. Fresh watermelon (seedless) with a 6 ounce can lemonade or limeade.
Dissolve Jello in boiling water. Add the rest of the ingredients and freeze. Spoon in glass and fill with 7-Up or 50/50 soda.
Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl with a cover. Freeze for 24 hours before serving. Stir and serve with 3/4 mixture and 1/4 7-Up in a tall ...
Place tea bags in 2 cups hot water. Stir until cool. Add brandy or vodka to above. Cool liquids. Freeze at least 24 hours. Place 2 scoops in glass with 7-Up.
In a large ... mixture. Stir in vodka or apple juice and lemonade concentrate. Pour into ... into galss and add 1/3 cup lemon-lime soda. Yield 12 servings.
Mix the strawberries and one of the liquids in a blender or food processor. Mix everything together in a 5 quart ice cream bucket and freeze. Stir ...
Freeze above ingredients in 1 gallon bucket. Fill glass 1/2 with slush and 1/2 7-Up. Delete liquor to make a cool drink for kids.
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