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Pour hot water into mold pan (fill 1/2 of pan). Place fruits in mold. Freeze (partially). Remove and place in punch bowl. Beautiful floating fruit ring.
Mix concentrated juices ... water. Take a ring jello mold and ... Then, in a punch bowl, pour 1/2 ... ring from mold and float in punch. Makes 6 gallons.
Taking a ring Jello mold fill ... slices, lemon slices, and or cherries. Freeze hard. Turn out onto tin foil; rewrap and store in freezer until necessary.
In large container ... cubes or ice ring. Just before ... ale, carbonated water and strawberries. Pour mixture over ice in bowl. Yield: 75 small servings.
Combine first 4 ingredients in punch bowl. Add water, gingerale and ice ring. To make ... cubes. Strawberries and/or orange slices can be floated on top.
Place frozen strawberries into chilled punch bowl. Add juices, ... champagne or ginger ale. Add ice ring mold and/or fresh fruit. Add club soda and stir.
Near party time, in punch bowl combine punch ... juice. Just before serving, slowly stir in raspberry soda. Add ice ring. Yields 3 1/4 quarts, 26 servings.
ICE RING: In a ... freezer until needed. PUNCH: In a ... punch bowl. Carefully pour punch over ice ring. Add ginger ale; stir gently. 26 (1/2 cup) servings.
For a group put into punch bowl, about 40 cups.
Combine, boil and cool. Unmold ice ring into punch bowl; add juices and liquor; add ginger ale. Yield: approximately 30 (6 ounce) servings.
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