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50 drinks & toasts (1968)

Toast your friends with these easy recipes for famous drinks made with all the popular basic liquors: Bourbon, Scotch, gin, vodka, rum, Southern Comfort.

Hot buttered tomato juice recipe (1975)

They'll oooh and aaah and ask for the recipe. Land O Lakes Hot Buttered Tomato Juice The taste sensation is a surprising "wow." Butter blends the subtlety of oregano and the zip of worschestire with the goodn... Read more...

Sprite: Extraordinary with vodka (1963)

The clean, tart taste of Sprite is superb ... with vodka it's extraordinary. Vodka doesn't have a taste. (Whoever heard of a vodka and water?) So what you mix with it is very important. With Sprite, your lo... Read more...

Cool: Kahlua Cream Soda (1987)

Kahlua Cream Soda recipe Cooool. A fabulous sort-of-soft drink that's light with Kahlua (1-1/2 ounces), fresh with cream or milk (also 1-1/2 ounces), and fizzy with a fill-up of club soda (about 4 ounces). O... Read more...

Pineapple sun fest recipe ideas (1961)

Del Monte Pineapple Sun Fest At your grocer's January 12 to February 4 Stock up on all these sunny specials now! Brighten those winter-weary days ahead! The field-fresh flavor of Del Monte pineapple brin... Read more...

Lemonade time! 3 recipes (1915)

The lemon is the family's best friend when the sun's sizzling hot by Caroline Coe Hot enough for you today, Mrs Housekeeper? 'Tis, eh? Well, why waste time on a torrid day talking about temperature -- l... Read more...

International coffee ads (1981-1988)

Suisse Mocha Cooler (1981) General Foods International Coffees introduces the "ice cream shoppe" coffee   Irish Mocha Mint (1981) Celebrate the moments of your life with General Foods Internation... Read more...

How to make sassafras beer (1906)

Here's an old fashioned way to brew your own version of root beer, using sassafras root bark -- along with bran, apples, molasses, hops, yeast... and some time. Sassafras beer Here is a particularly whole... Read more...

24 tasty summer drinks (1912)

Beverages for summer by Miss M L Prosser Delicious junket Take two quarts of new milk, warm it on the stove to about blood heat, pour it into a glass or china bowl and stir into it two tablespoons of prepare... Read more...

How to make frog lemonade (1910)

Frog lemonade recipe Mother has just brought me a glass of frog lemonade. You never heard of it? Probably not -- it's a southern drink that is perfectly delicious, and I know you'll bless me one of these h... Read more...

Sweet strawberry sherbet recipe (1912)

New England strawberry sherbet A sherbet was originally a Mahometan drink in use among the followers of the Prophet. It was chilled with snow, not frozen, as readers of Sir Walter Scott will recall. The sherbe... Read more...

4 recipes for pineapple juice (1916)

Pineapple juice is one of the wholesome nonalcoholic drinks which may be bought in bottles or can be put up at home. The wonderful Hawaiian pineapple is now well-known and appreciated all over the country. M... Read more...

How to make good coffee (1913)

How to make good coffee Please tell a multitude of small families how to make a good pot of coffee. We are prepared to send our percolator to the scrap heap if you advise it. - LFW I am not at all prepa... Read more...

Two eggnog recipes (1911)

Eggnog recipe: East coast Here is a real "down south" recipe for eggnogg: Beat separately the whites and yolks of one dozen eggs. While beating the eggs, stir in with them 12 heaping tablespoons of powdered su... Read more...

Four fruit frappes (1913)

Apple frappé Cook dark red apples with the skins on. Strain juice, and add a few drops of cochineal. One pound sugar to one quart juice. Add juice of four lemons. Freeze. Serve in glass cups. Orange fr... Read more...

Cardinal punch recipe (1903)

Cardinal punch Put in a vessel a half pound powdered sugar with one quart of cold water. Grate in the rind of a large lemon or of two small ones, squeezing in the juice of three good-sized ones or four if sm... Read more...

Yorkshire pudding recipe (1918)

Yorkshire pudding This is a famous Christmas dish in England, and always accompanies the lordly "holiday roast." Fifteen or twenty minutes before the roast is done, skim six tablespoonfuls of fat from the g... Read more...

Maryland Eggnog (1889)

Maryland Eggnog (1889) #ratingval# from #reviews# reviews Print Recipe Type: Beverage Author: Mrs. Justice Field Mrs. Justice Field was a Maryland girl, and she gives a recipe that ... Read more...

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