|FRENCH PROVINCIAL COOKING|
|by Elizabeth David|
Elizabeth David's books belong in the libraries of everyone who loves to read and prepare food and this one is generally regarded as her best; her...
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Combine all ingredients in large pitcher or punch bowl with ice ... champagne may be substituted. Can also be served over a scoop of rainbow or orange sherbet.
Stir together sugar ... stirring occasionally. In punch owl, combine orange/sugar ... serving, add the thinly sliced apple and an ice ring or ice cubes.
Mix brandy with sugar and allow to stand at room temperature for 1 hour. Add brandy mixture to the wine and lemon juice. Stir thoroughly and allow to ...
Strain juices; add sugar, stirring until dissolved. Mix juice mixture and wine; add ice. Garnish each serving with twists of lemon peel if desired. 8 ...
Start off with ... temperature in the punch bowl. Place oranges, ... than necessary. Dip sangria into cups with ... guests don't miss the "fruit course".
To make sugar ... fill glasses with cracked ice; add sparkling water and pour over ice. This punch is a very good accompaniment for Mexican food dishes.
Strain juices; add sugar stirring until dissolved. Mix juice mixture and wine; add ice. Garnish each with twist of lemon peel if desired. 8 servings ...
At serving time, mix chilled juices over cracked ice. Add maraschino cherries, lemon, and orange slices.
Combine instant breakfast drink and water, stir until dissolved. Add wine and sliced fruit; chill. Just before serving, add carbonated beverage. ...
Combine all ingredients in large pitcher or punch bowl with plenty of ice. Makes 2 quarts.
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