|Ice Carving Made Easy|
|by Joseph Amendola|
The organization of Ice Carving Made Easy, Second Edition allows for carvers of every proficiency to use the book with success.
Results 91 - 100 of 119 for mint ice
Cover the fruit ... sieve and pour into freezing trays to lightly freeze. Serve in chilled soup cups decorated with remaining whole cherries and mint leaves.
Bring water to ... and squeezed and mint. Let the ... orange juice and the sweetener or sugar. Store in a large covered container for as long as 3 days.
Dissolve sugar in ... of fruit and mint leaf, if desired, in each section of 2 ice cube trays. Pour ... additional water if needed to fill trays). Freeze.
Add mint and cloves to ... Strain and while still hot, add fruit juices and sugar. Stir to dissolve sugar. Makes 4 1/2 quarts. The best iced tea in the world.
Put all ingredients except the 1/2 cup sugar in a bowl; mix at low speed (a hand held mixer is not recommended). With a rubber spatula, scrape the ...
Pour boiling water ... 10 minutes, adding sugar and mint to this too. Strain and cool. Add fruit juices enough to (along with some water) make 1 gallon.
Bring water to ... Add other ingredients, remove from heat; cover. Leave until cold. Squeeze lemons and strain. Serve in glasses filled with crushed ice.
Combine all ingredients; ... spoon. Pour into ice cube trays and ... cubes in a glass and pour ginger ale over them. Garnish with cherry or mint leaves.
Place the tea ... the lemon slices and cool completely. Pour the tea into ice filled glasses and garnish each with a sprig of mint. Add sugar if desired.
Combine all ingredients ... spoon. Pour into ice cube trays and ... pour ginger ale over them. Garnish with a maraschino cherry or mint leaves, if desired.
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