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July 1999 Issue
A Canada Day Celebration
by Rossana S. Tarantini
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Purple Haze

These are fun to do in test tubes as "shooters", but they are equally enjoyable over ice for leisurely sipping.
  • Make sure all of your ingredients are well chilled
  • Cranberry Juice
  • Vodka
  • Blue Curacao
  • Triple Sec
Into a large chilled pitcher pour equal parts of cranberry juice and vodka. Add about half that amount of Blue Curacao and a splash of Triple Sec. It should have the appearance of Grape Kool-Aid. Remember tho', it only looks like Kool-Aid!


Crimson Maple

You're going to be busy keeping up with the demand for these!
    Into chilled champagne flutes, over ice pour equal amounts of champagne and cranberry juice.


Strawberries and Ice Cream

The beautiful contrast of red and white makes a perfect ending to our Canada Day celebrations.
    There's no measuring necessary for this recipe, just to taste.

    Wash, hull, and slice your strawberries in half.

    Dust lightly with fruit sugar and sprinkle with balsamic vinegar. (Just enough to coat all the berries.) Mix well to combine and allow to stand aside for half an hour or so.

    When ready to serve, simply spoon it over vanilla ice cream and stand back!


Armed with the above recipes, I just know that you'll all be celebrating in style at the grill. "Happy Canada Day" to my Canadian compatriots and "Happy Independence Day" to our American friends!


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