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Spiked lemonade to cool off or not!
6/9/06, 8:44am (Last Edited: 6/9/06, 9:32am)
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I was sent this this morning and as the Las Vegas day heats up, think it sounds delicious!

One problem for me, although Lemonade has always been refreshing on a hot day, the alcohol in it "makes me HOT!" immediately... Such a dilema.


Nantucket Lemonade

It's the next best thing to being there! This vodka-spiked summer punch will transport your weekend party guests to the island (even if you're smack dab in the middle of Kansas).

Servings: 12

Ingredients:

Punch bowl and glasses
5 cups lemonade, homemade or good-quality purchased
2 cups cranberry juice
3 tablespoons fresh lime juice
3 cups vodka
2 cups chilled ginger ale
4 cups ice cubes
Frozen cranberries and lemon slices for garnish
Directions:

Combine the lemonade, cranberry juice, lime juice and vodka in the punch bowl and mix well. Just before serving, slowly pour in the ginger ale. Add the ice cubes. Garnish with the frozen cranberries and lemon slices, and serve immediately.

Notes: For nonalcoholic Nantucket Lemonade, substitute 2 cups additional ginger ale and 1 cup additional cranberry juice for the vodka. For a picnic or harbor cruise, mix the punch directly in a small insulated cooler for instant and easy transportability.

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