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  • Dawn Meyer

    I could drink punch everyday!

  • Jane Cobabe

    Party Punch 1can frozen pina colada concentrate, 1 Can frozen Orange pineapple juice, 4L diet lemon-lime soda, 1bag pebble ice, 1 bag of frozen rasberries. pour thawed concentrates into punchbowl, fill a can with waterX4, add diet soda to mixture, add pebble ice, add raspberries to top drink and enjoy!

  • Shelly Schwarz

    THE Punch. Best punch EVER!! There is never any left over, cuz everybody loves it!The Punch Ingredients: 1 can frozen pina colada concentrate, thawed (Bacardi makes a good one) 1 can frozen orange pineapple juice concentrate, thawed 4 liters of diet lemon-lime soda (That’s two 2-Liters for the mathematically challenged.) 1 bag of pebble ice (You can buy it at Sonic Drive-In or at most grocery stores in the deli or meat departments.) 1 bag of frozen raspberries And now for the directions: *Pour the thawed concentrates into your punchbowl and stir. *Use one of the empty cans and fill it with water four times and add it to the mixture. Stir. *Add your diet soda to the mixture. (You can use regular sugar-filled soda if you want, but I think it gets too sweet and you will also feel guilty when you fill your glass for the sixteenth time. Which you WILL.) *Next, add about half your bag of pebble ice. (NOTE: Please do not insult The Punch by using crappy ice cubes from your freezer. The Punch will hate you forever.) (ANOTHER NOTE: Please do not screw up the order and add the ice before the soda. You will get an ugly foam at the top of your punch bowl.) (ONE MORE NOTE: I’m sorry if it seems like I’m micro-managing this recipe. It’s just that I have already suffered bad punch experiences so that you won’t have to. I micro-manage because I care.) Let’s see….where were we? Oh, yes. We’re ready for the crowning ingredient… *Add your frozen raspberries to the top. Viola! You have just created the Mona Lisa of Punch! Your punch should be a lovely dark yellow at the bottom of your punch bowl, light lemony yellow in middle, almost white on the top, and then bright magenta on the very, very top! So pretty! And then, when you start serving the punch with a ladle, it all mixes together and becomes this dreamy pink color. And then, when you lift the punch bowl to your lips when it is almost gone to swallow the last few drops of punch, it is an even darker pink because the raspberries have really mixed in. And then, when you pass out on the floor because you tipped the punch bowl too far and lost your balance, falling backward to the floor with the punch bowl hitting you square in the jaw—you will see lots of lovely yellow stars and magenta raspberries floating above your head. Go now. Make Punch. 12 Responses to “Why I keep getting invited to parties” dede says: July 16, 2008 at 5:11 am Thank you! After you left, Gary and my mom asked, “So, did you get the receipe?”. My mom has asked about it everyday since you left my house on Saturday. On behalf of them…thank you. Soul Fusion says: July 16, 2008 at 6:22 am pebble ice? I am 99.9% certain I cannot find that in NYC. Before I read the recipe I was going to throw down a punch challenge since I have a pretty bad a$$ punch recipe up my sleeve . . . but now I’m not sure that throwing ginger ale, white cranberry juice and cranberries (frozen in ice cubes) into a punch bowl compares. Especially since it is more of a winter punch what with the cranberries and all.

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