11 August 2010

Summer Refreshment

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Bob and I have started to make this wonderful watermelon lemonade.  We tried it at the crepe place in St. Louis and decided we wanted to try it out ourselves.

First we juiced a watermelon, enough to get 1 c juice.  Then we made a lemonade using a frozen concentrate.  We poured the watermelon juice into the lemonade. 

I strained the juice to remove the seeds and pulp.  The drink is wonderfully refreshing on these so hot and humid days!


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9 comments :

  1. And by "hot and humid days" you mean every single day this summer!!!

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  2. It sounds delicious and refreshing! If I could find a watermelon, I'd try it. I can find seedless watermelons, but I don't think that they have much flavor.

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  3. Sounds wonderful...thanks for sharing..Pat H

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  4. I know I would love this! Thanks for sharing this idea. Oh, and it has been soooo hot and humid.

    Becky K.

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  5. Yum, that sounds absolutely delish!

    Hugs,
    Kat

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  6. YUMMMMM! That looks as refreshing as it sounds!!! I love, love, LOVE watermelon. That glass is PERFECT, too! It's supposed to be 100 today and 101 tomorrow....THEN, just maybe, some cooler weather will roll in! L, Dana

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  7. Yum! That sounds like something I should try.

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  8. Sounds yummy! I mix tea and lemonade all the time but have never heard of watermellon and lemonade. I have some lemon glasses I bought last year at the dollar store and can't find them. Ugh! I hate when that happens.

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