1930 Prohibition Punches A book of Beverage by Roxan B. Doran
One of the bottles of ginger ale may be added to punch just before serving. Serves 75 people. Mrs. William Fraser McDowell, Washington, D . C.
1 can grated pineapple 3 cups boiling water 1 cup tea freshly made Juice 6 lemons Juice 10 oranges 1 quart strawberry, currant or grape juice 1 bottle of Apollinaris Water 1 quart of sugar or 3 cups of syrup of 35 degrees 4 quarts of water
Grate pineapple and boil with the water 20 minutes. Strain through jelly bags, press out all possible; let cool and add rest of fruit juice, tea and syrup. If sugar be used add a pint of water to sugar and let boil 6 or 8 minutes; cool before using. Add Apollinaris Water just before serving. If pos– sible make punch a few hours before serving and chill. Straw– berries, mint leaves or sliced bananas may be added. Laura Volstead Lomen
(Daughter of Rep. Volstead, author of the Volstead Act, and wife of the Reindeer King of Alaska) (From "The Ladies Home Journal'' )
RASPBERRY SHRUB Place fresh raspberries, red or black as prefe1Ted, in a stone jar; cover them with good cider vinegar; let stand over night; crush and strain. To one pint of juice, add one pint
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