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    Let’s Cheers

    Mix it up with these drinks and cocktails!


    Let’s Cheers

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    Pomegranate juice and beer are an unexpectedly delicious and refreshing combo in this ruby-hued punch.

    Pomegranate Beer Punch : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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    Toast the big game with Sandra's sparkling punch--serve it in mason jars for easy party preparation!

    Homecoming Punch : Sandra Lee : Food Network

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    Who says mint juleps are just for the Kentucky Derby?

    Mint Julep Party Pitcher : Damaris Phillips : Food Network

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    For a comforting cocktail, try this adults-only before-bed glass of milk. Vanilla and nutmeg enhance the natural sweetness of the bourbon for a rich milk punch.

    Brandy Milk Punch : Sara's Secrets : Food Network

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    Champagne gets a cozy makeover with pears and brandy in this autumn cocktail.

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    The smoky flavor of chipotle powder-seasoned salt on the rim of the glass complements the bright flavor of grapefruit juice in Geoffrey's go-to Grapefruit Margarita.

    Grapefruit Margarita : Geoffrey Zakarian : Food Network

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    Made with a combination of vermouth, elderflower liqueur and gin, Geoffrey's five-minute cocktail celebrates raspberry-harvest colors, thanks to a smashed raspberry.

    The Lambs Cup : Geoffrey Zakarian : Food Network

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    It's best to muddle the cucumber before you pour in the gin and lime juice, so that you release the cucumber juices, which will complement the slight spice of the ginger beer.

    GZ Fizz : Geoffrey Zakarian : Food Network

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    A shaken egg white adds a rich, frothy texture to Geoffrey's lemon-scented mescal Bonfire.

    Bonfire : Geoffrey Zakarian : Food Network

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    You can make the raspberry syrup for this Sparkling Raspberry Limeade up to two days in advance.

    Sparkling Raspberry Limeade : Patrick and Gina Neely : Food Network

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    Trisha finds inspiration for her Frozen Sangarita at a Texas restaurant. The cocktail is a blend of frozen sangria and frozen margarita.

    Frozen Sangarita : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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    Ellie's party-perfect White Sangria is a citrusy mix of white wine, orange liqueur and brandy plus orange juice and sliced fruit.

    White Sangria : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

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    Ellie blends orange liqueur, tequila and lime with frozen mango pieces for a fresh Frozen Mango Maragarita with tropical flair.

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    A refreshing rum Raspberry Lime Punch makes the perfect summer party drink.

    Raspberry Lime Punch : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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    Bobby throws fresh mint into the blender for his frosty Frozen Mojito.

    Frozen Mojito : Bobby Flay : Food Network

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    Sunny's boozy Blackberry Gin Fizz Float will please dessert lovers and cocktail enthusiasts alike.

    Blackberry Gin Fizz Float : Sunny Anderson : Food Network

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    Make a ginger and lemongrass syrup to sweeten this twist on the classic piña colada.

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    Nancy Fuller's Square Dance Punch only takes 5 minutes to make and packs a citrus punch from the orange juice and orange liqueur.

    Square Dance Punch : Nancy Fuller : Food Network

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    Food Network Magazine's 5-star recipe for refreshing Watermelon Mojitos is made with juicy watermelon, mint, white rum, ice and garnished with fresh mint leaves.

    Watermelon Mojitos : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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    With the addition of lemon zest, Ree's elegant Bellinis are full of bright notes and a refreshing flavor.

    Bellinis : Ree Drummond : Food Network

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    This Cucumber Pineapple Tequilla Cooler is a smooth summer cocktail with pineapple and cucumber juices. It's perfectly balanced so that it's not too sweet. )

    Cucumber Pineapple Tequila Cooler : Amanda Freitag : Food Network

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    Just five simple ingredients make an Earl Grey tea and Blueberry Spritzer: a sophisticated and beautiful summer drink. The iced tea and simple syrup can be made ahead and refrigerated for up to a week. Keep them on hand, then just pop open a bottle of sparkling wine and mix the drinks when guests arrive.

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    Ted Allen puts a fresher, summery twist on the classic Watermelon Mai Tai by replacing the usual orgeat syrup with cubed watermelon for just the right touch of sweetness.

    Watermelon Mai Tai : Ted Allen : Food Network

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    This crowd-sized mojito gets a triple dose of lime: it's muddled at the beginning with mint leaves, added to the lime-mint syrup, then combined with rum and club soda.

    Mojito Limeade : Bobby Flay : Food Network

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    This White Sangria only takes five to 10 minutes to assemble in a large pitcher. Take the time to prepare it in the morning so the sangria has several hours to develop its fruity flavor.

    White Sangria : Rachael Ray : Food Network

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