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Seasonal Lemonade

On one my favorite cookbook authors Edna Lewis a.k.a (The Great Grandmother of Southern food) in her recipe for lemonade calls for fresh lemons, sugar, ice and well water. It can't possibly get any more interesting and romantic to a food lover when a recipe calls for well water. This recipe slightly different, no well water, and we are using several citrus fruits.

BenVaughn Seasonal Lemonade
  • 1 Pellegrino, 17 ounces
  • 3 fresh orange juice
  • 3 large lemons, juice
  • 1 cup agave nectar
  • 1 fresh lime juice
  • 1/2 gallon water
  • pinch salt

Directions:

With room temperature water, dissolve the agave nectar. Cut in half each of the fruits, squeeze and strain the juice into the sweetened water. Remove all the seeds from the excess fruit Place the juiced fruit into the water to increase flavor Add a pinch of salt, and the ice cold Pellegrino Chill in the refrigerator, and to enhance the refreshing beverage, make ice cubes from the fruit drink.

Variations

Add fresh mint and basil for a floral punch Use the fruit base as a mixer for summer time cocktails

8 10 minutes

Seasonal Lemonade

Seasonal Lemonade

On one my favorite cookbook authors Edna Lewis a.k.a (The Great Grandmother of Southern food) in her recipe for lemonade calls for fresh lemons, sugar, ice and well water. It can't possibly get any more interesting and romantic to a food lover when a recipe calls for well water. This recipe slightly different, no well water, and we are using several citrus fruits.

Preparation

Cook Time

10 minutes

Serves

Calories

688

Ingredients

  • 1 Pellegrino, 17 ounces
  • 3 fresh orange juice
  • 3 large lemons, juice
  • 1 cup agave nectar
  • 1 fresh lime juice
  • 1/2 gallon water
  • pinch salt
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Directions:

With room temperature water, dissolve the agave nectar. Cut in half each of the fruits, squeeze and strain the juice into the sweetened water. Remove all the seeds from the excess fruit Place the juiced fruit into the water to increase flavor Add a pinch of salt, and the ice cold Pellegrino Chill in the refrigerator, and to enhance the refreshing beverage, make ice cubes from the fruit drink.

Variations

Add fresh mint and basil for a floral punch Use the fruit base as a mixer for summer time cocktails

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