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Drinks - Raspberry Cordial Post by :wolzster Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :February 2012 Read :2279

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Drinks - Raspberry Cordial

1 quart fresh raspberries
2 cups sugar
1 cup water
1 quart brandy or bourbon

Wash berries and put into a 1 gallon glass jug or jar.

Boil sugar with water until sugar is dissolved. Cool until just warm. Add brandy or bourbon to sugar/water, then pour over berries in jar. Cover jar and let stand for at least 2 months.

Strain off berries through cheese cloth or fine sieve. Don't throw away the berries. They are great served over ice cream or pound cake topped with whipped cream!
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Drinks - Creamer Amaretto N Coffee  By Angel Drinks - Creamer Amaretto N Coffee By Angel

Drinks - Creamer Amaretto N Coffee  By Angel
3/4 cup non-dairy coffee creamer 1 tsp. almond extract 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 3/4 cup confectioners sugar Combine all ingredients in a container with a tight fitting lid. Shake well to blend. Store in airtight container and give creamer with the recipe for Amaretto Coffee. Yields 12 servings. To make Amaretto Coffee: In a mug, combine 2 tablespoons of creamer with 6 ounces of coffee.

Drinks - Plum Cordial Drinks - Plum Cordial

Drinks - Plum Cordial
1 lb. fresh plums, whole or cut up 3 cloves 1/4" long piece of cinnamon stick or 1/8 tsp powdered cinnamon 1 cup sugar 2 cups vodka Place all ingredients in a sterilized jar, making sure that the vodka completely covers the plums. (If using whole plums, use a large needle to pierce the skins to the pit, in order to fully release the flavor.) Steep for 3 months,shaking occasionally, then strain into a decanter. afterwards, the fruit can be enjoyed as a dessert. Makes about 3 cups. SOURCE MATERIAL: Dona and Mel Meilach, "Homemade Liqueurs" (Chicago: Contemporary Books, 1979)