|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 together and freeze. Stir well. Fill glass 1/2 full or frozen mixture and fill the rest of the glass with 7-Up.
Boil and cool ... 12 ounce frozen concentrated lemonade and 2 cups of vodka. Mix well. Put in freezer for 24 hours. Scoop in glasses and pour 7-Up over.
Boil 1 cup ... until sugar dissolves. Mix 5 cups of water with orange juice and lemonade. Add this to water and sugar mixture. Add lime vodka and freeze.
Dissolve 1/2 cup ... iced tea and vodka. Add to ... into containers and freeze. To serve: Into glass, put 2/3 part slush and 1/3 part ginger ale or 7-Up.
Make tea; add ... frozen orange juice and vodka. Store in freezer; stir daily until slushy. Serve packed in glass. Add 7-Up or ginger ale. Sip through straw!
Run cherries and ... in a large tupperware container. Freeze. It doesn't really freeze solid because of the vodka - so it is slushy. This is soooooo good.
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.
Bring 9 1/2 ... a boil. Add vodka and juices. Freeze ... days). Serve 1/2 slush with 1/2 sour ... glass with Maraschino cherry. Makes ice cream bucket full.
Boil water and ... Cool, then add orange juice and lemonade and 2 cups vodka. Place in containers and freeze. To serve, put slush in glass and add 7-Up.
Boil water and ... juice, lemonade and vodka to water/sugar mixture. ... To Serve: Spoon slush mixture into glass. ... over slush mixture and stir slightly.
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