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==Description==
Lemonade is a drink made of lemon juice, sugar and water; in the UK, a carbonated drink that doesn't necessarily contain anything closer to a lemon than a bit of citric acid. Sprite™ and 7-Up™ are examples of what would be called lemonade in many countries.
 
  
'''Hard lemonade''' is an alcoholic version of lemonade-like drink.
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Lemonade <ref>{{cite book|last=Benoit|first=Madame |title=Cooks at Home |year=1987|publisher=Les Éditions Héritage Inc.|isbn=2762558972|pages=29}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|url=http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Fresh-Lemonade-Syrup |title=Quick Cooking|year=1999|pages=50|publisher=Taste of Home|work=}}</ref> is a classic summer beverage, that is both bitter and sweet.
  
== [[:Category:Lemonade Recipes|Lemonade Recipes]] ==
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==Ingredients==
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* 6 lemons
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* 1 - 1.5 cups (250-375 mL) sugar
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* 3 cups (2 L) cold water
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==Directions==
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Clean and thinly slice lemons.
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Mix the lemons and sugar together.
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Add water.
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This drink can be served with or without the lemons in it.
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==References==
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<References/>
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[[category: North American cuisine]]
  
 
[[Category:Liquids and beverages]]
 
[[Category:Liquids and beverages]]

Revision as of 09:59, 3 April 2012

Description

Lemonade [1][2] is a classic summer beverage, that is both bitter and sweet.

Ingredients

  • 6 lemons
  • 1 - 1.5 cups (250-375 mL) sugar
  • 3 cups (2 L) cold water

Directions

Clean and thinly slice lemons. Mix the lemons and sugar together. Add water.

This drink can be served with or without the lemons in it.

References

  1. Benoit, Madame (1987). Cooks at Home. Les Éditions Héritage Inc.. pp. 29. ISBN 2762558972. 
  2. Quick Cooking. Taste of Home. 1999. pp. 50. http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Fresh-Lemonade-Syrup.