|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.
Combine the first 6 ingredients, mixing well. Freeze mix for 48 hours, stirring occasionally. For each serving, spoon 3/4 cup frozen mixture into a ...
1. Mix all ingredients together, except 7-UP (or its variations), and freeze in a large container (plastic works best). 2. To serve: Mix 1 part slush ...
Mix everything together in a punch bowl, leaving 7-Up until last. Add orange slices and block of ice or ice cubes.
Freeze the above in an ice cream pail for at least 24 hours. Spoon frozen slush into glass, filling with enough 7-Up to suit your taste.
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.
Combine water and ... half of pineapple juice. Cover and ... Put rum or vodka in last. Put ... little slush in each cup. Makes 13 cups. Good summer drink.
Mix all ingredients except soda in non-metal container. Freeze at least 48 hours. Stir occasionally. To serve, fill glass half full of slush mixture. ...
Combine water and sugar. Bring to a boil. Let cool. Add rest of ingredients except 7-Up/sour. Freeze. To serve: Fill glass 1/2 full of slush. Add ...
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