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Thread: Fresh Lemonade

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    Several years ago, I was in a farmer's market in Pennsylvania. A little stand offered fresh lemonade by the glass.The lady squeezed a lemon into the glass and filled it with sweetened water. I went home and made my version. Here it is.

    4 quarts water
    1 1/2 cups sugar
    Bring this to a boil, cool and store in the fridge. The water will keep a long time chilled.

    When you want some lemonade, squeeze 1 lemon into a large glass, add some ice and fill with the sweetened water. A lemon and lime mixture is good too.

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    Sounds refreshing. Will try in summer.

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    Wonderful!! I also like to put limes in it.
    Nothing like home-made lemonade, huh??

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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1
    Several years ago, I was in a farmer's market in Pennsylvania. A little stand offered fresh lemonade by the glass.The lady squeezed a lemon into the glass and filled it with sweetened water. I went home and made my version. Here it is.

    4 quarts water
    1 1/2 cups sugar
    Bring this to a boil, cool and store in the fridge. The water will keep a long time chilled.

    When you want some lemonade, squeeze 1 lemon into a large glass, add some ice and fill with the sweetened water. A lemon and lime mixture is good too.

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    Sounds good

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    Thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you--sounds very refreshing!

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    Thanks. I've been looking for a good lemonade recipe. The resturant that had my favorite closed down. They made their's fresh, so maybe this will be something like it. onna get lemons tomorrow.

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