|Coastal Carolina Cooking|
|by Kathy Hart|
For generations, North Carolinians have prepared and savored time-honored recipes that are as much a part of their tradition as boatbuilding and n...
11 - 20 of 20 for homemade lemonade
1. In a bowl, mash lemons and sugar together with a pestle. 2. Fill a 2 quart pitcher 1/3 full of ice. Add lemon-sugar mixture. 3. In the bowl in ...
Nothing beats lemonade as a summertime ... juice to syrup. Refrigerate. Add 3 tablespoons syrup or more to taste to 1 cup water and pour over ice. Serves 8.
Mix together and refrigerate this syrup. To make glass, mix 3 tablespoons syrup and add water and ice. For pitcher, all syrup and 4-1/2 cups water. ...
Mix in 1/2 gallon container. Add water to fill container. Mix and serve.
Combine all ingredients ... store in refrigerator in easy-pour containers. This is a concentrate so use as much as desired either as cool or hot lemonade.
Preparation time: 10 ... pour milk and lemonade. Add a ... Remove from heat. Stir in 1/4 cup instant coffee and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Keep refrigerated.
Stir together fruit juice concentrate and 3 juice cans filled with carbonated water. Pour mixture into bottle or jar and seal. Chill. Kids love this ...
Stir together fruit juice concentrate and 3 juice cans carbonated water. Funnel into a 4-cup bottle or jar; seal.
Boil water and add tea bags. Set aside and cool overnight. Add lemonade and sugar. Mix well. Add ice cubes and serve.
Can use frozen ... concentrate. Stir together lemonade and 4 juice ... a funnel, pour mixture into a 4-cup bottle or jar; seal. Chill for up to 6 hours.
top of page