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Hawaiian Ginger Ale Recipes
Here is the live event we did in Waltham MA at Gordons Wine Spirits and Culinary Center. It is an hour long and really only for those that want to watch or have nothing better to do. We had the footage figured it was worth posting for those that may have
CMC Live Event, Gordon's Wine in Waltham, MA
Are you looking for a simple punch to make I have a very easy punch that is made with just 2 ingredients. This celebration punch is perfect for you next holiday party or other special event. Best of all this is an non alcoholic punch so everyone can enjoy this
Stand watermelon on end cut thin slice off bottom to make it level. Cut top third off melon. Using cup as guide trace scallops around top outside edge of melon. Carve scalloped edge following pattern. Scoop out fruit serve later. Chill melon shell. Combine
This Hawaiian lemonade is a lemonade with a slight twist. A quick and easy way to add your special personal touch. Enjoy all the compliments that this brings your way. MAKING 1 In a jug dilute the lemonade with cup of water 2 Add in the apricot nectar and the
Combine fruit juices and sugar chill thoroughly. Pour over large cake of ice in punch bowl. Pour ginger ale and carbonated water slowly down the side of bowl. For trim float twist of sliced orange and sprigs of fresh mint on block of ice.
Hawaiian Fruit Punch
This Punch is terrific An ideal cooler for a hot summer afternoon this soothing fruit blend is what youd love to have every afternoon. Just try this Punch and let me know if youve liked it Just before serving spoon in 6 quarts raspberry sherbet. Add 6 quarts
Combine Hawaiian fruit punch fruit juice concentrates and water. Pour over ice in a large punch bowl. Resting bottle on rim of bowl carefully pour ginger ale down side. Mix gently with up and down motion. Serve in glass.
Combine the lemonade water apricot nectar and pineapple juice in a pitcher and mix well. Divide evenly among six 1 1 2 cup ice filled glasses. Add an ounce or two of ginger ale and ice cubes to each glass of lemonade mixture. Garnish with lemon slices.
Chill the cans and ginger ale bottles. Mix all the ingredients in a large jug. Serve in individual glasses and top with ginger ale ice.
Empty lemonade concentrate into cold vacuum jug and add 1 can water mix in fruit juices. Add ginger ale and ice cubes seal jug tightly.
Freeze opened cans of juice just past the mushy stage. Pour it and the ginger ale over sherbet in a punch bowl.