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sangria



lemon juicered winebrandyorange liqueur Triple Sec

Mix together and chill for 2 hours before serving. You may add sugar, if desired.|| This recipe came from our good friends, Pam and Gene Miller....

 

sangria



juice of 4 lemonsjuice of 1 orangesugarbottle red wine

Combine in a pitcher and serve in glasses over crushed ice....

sweet bread



plain white cornmealplain floursugarbacon drippings

Mix dry ingredients; add milk and drippings. Mix well. Bake in a loaf pan for 1 1/2 hours or until brown. Bake in a preheated slow 300° oven until brown....

 

sangria



sugarwaterorange, thinly slicedlime, thinly sliced

Combine sugar and water in saucepan. Heat, stirring, until sugar is dissolved. Bring to boil. Add sliced fruit to hot syrup and marinate at least 4 hours before using. When...

sangria



sugardry red wineice cubesbrandy

In a punch bowl, combine wine, sugar and brandy. Cut 2 oranges into eighths and 1 lemon into fourths. Squeeze the juice into the bowl and let the fruit and...

 

sangria



sugardry red wineice cubesbrandy

In a punch bowl, combine wine, sugar and brandy. Cut 2 oranges into eighths and 1 lemon into fourths. Squeeze the juice into the bowl and let the fruit and...

sangria



dry red winelemon juiceorange juicesugar

Pour lemon and orange juice into large pitcher. Add sugar; stir to blend. Add all other ingredients. Chill in fridge. To serve, pour into wide wine glasses; place some fruit...

 

sangria



dry red winelemon juiceorange juicesugar

Pour lemon and orange juice into large pitcher. Add sugar; stir to blend. Add all other ingredients. Chill in fridge. To serve, pour into wide wine glasses; place some fruit...

sangria



orange juicefresh strawberries, slicedbottle club sodafresh peaches, sliced

Pour wine over cut up fruits and soak for 2 to 3 hours (chilled). Add orange juice and club soda and Cointreau. Chill and serve....

 

sangria



orange juicefresh strawberries, slicedbottle club sodafresh peaches, sliced

Pour wine over cut up fruits and soak for 2 to 3 hours (chilled). Add orange juice and club soda and Cointreau. Chill and serve....

portuguese sweet bread



sugareggsmilksalt

Mix half the flour and yeast. Heat milk, sugar, shortening and salt just to melt shortening. Let cool to lukewarm; add to dry ingredients with eggs. Mix well and start...

 

portuguese sweet bread



sugareggsmilksalt

Mix half the flour and yeast. Heat milk, sugar, shortening and salt just to melt shortening. Let cool to lukewarm; add to dry ingredients with eggs. Mix well and start...

sangria



lemon, cut into 1/4-inch slicesorange, cut into 1/4-inch sliceslarge apple, halved lengthwise, cored and cut in thin wedgessuperfine sugar

Combine the fruit and 1/4 cup sugar in a large pitcher. Pour in wine and brandy and stir until well mixed. Taste and add up to 1/4 cup more sugar...

 

sangria



fifth light dry red winewhole orangeripe peach, peeled and slicedslices lemon

Combine all ingredients except club soda. Peel orange from top to bottom without interruption leaving bottom of peel attached. Suspend orange in Sangria and let stand at least 1 hour...

sangria



lemon juiceorange juiceBurgundysoda water

Combine Burgundy, lemon juice, orange juice and rock candy syrup. Put soda water in just before serving....

 

sweet bread



sugareggsoilflour self-rising

Mix all ingredients together. Bake at 350° for 1 hour in greased and lightly floured pan....

portuguese style beans



allspicecan tomato saucesalt and pepper to tastechopped parsley

Soak beans overnight. Drain water. Refill pan with enough water to cover beans. Cook over medium heat until tender, about 1 hour. Saute onion and parsley in skillet. When beans...

 

sangria



sugarwaterfresh lime juiceice

Mix all ingredients and serve chilled....

sangria



sugarice cubesbrandylemon, thinly sliced

Combine and let stand 15 to 20 minutes.|| The sugar, lemon, orange, Cointreau and brandy can be combined the night before....

 

sangria



sugarSeven-Upred wine an inexpensive Burgundy will dorum, Bacardi 151 preferably any rum may be used; brandy may also be substituted

Mix wine, Seven-Up and orange juice in a large pitcher or bowl. Slice fruit into wedges (1/8's). Add fruit to mixture. Add sugar to taste. If you used a bowl,...


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