1930 Prohibition Punches A book of Beverage by Roxan B. Doran




To two quarts of raspberries, add one pint cider vinegar, and let stand fo r two nr three days. l\Iash berries, put into a bag to str a in. To eve ry pint of .iuice a cld one pound of sugar. Boi l twenty minutes a ncl skim. Bottle. An inch or two in a glass fill ed with ice water or lemonade makes a very r efreshing drink. Apollina ris water may be added just before serving. l\Irs. G. Aaron Youngquist (Wife of the Assistant Attorney General)


Into tall glasses put a lternate spoonsfu l of raspberry ice, vani ll a ice cr eam, orange ice, and strawberry preserYes. Rasp– berry ice first, then vanilla ice cream, orange ice next, then a little more vanilla ice cream and a spoonful of preserved strawberries. F'i ll up with charged water or ginger ale. Garnish with a spoonful of whipped cream or ice cream and several candied violets or rose leaves. Lovely if served with tiny cup-cakes iced in different colors. Kappa Epsilon Sorority, Washington, D. C. One pint of orange juice. One pint of ginger ale. Chill thoroughly and add a sprig of fresh mint before serving. This is equally good made with grapefruit juice, which may be purcha sed in cans now, r eady for use. l\'[rs. Doyle Carlton \Wife of the Governor of Florida) FLORIDA PUNCH

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