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                             EERIE WITCH'S BREW
 
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Beverages                        Fruits
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    4       c            Cranberry juice cocktail
    1       c            Chopped candied ginger (1
                         -jar)
    3       md           Oranges
    1       cn           (12-oz) thawed frozen apple
                         -juice concentrate
    1       cn           (6-oz) thawed frozen
                         -limeade concentrate
    2       c            Seedless grapes
    4       c            -Water
    2                    Bottles (32 oz each) ginger
                         -ale
    1       lb           Dry ice -up to 2 lbs
 
   A smoking cauldron of punch made with grapes and
   orange peel masquerading as eyeballs and worms.
   
   A SERIOUS CAUTION: never touch dry ice; use tongs to
   handle
   
   In a 1 to 2 quart pan, bring 1 cup of cranberry juice
   and candied ginger to a boil over high heat.  Boil,
   uncovered, about 2 minutes, set aside.
   
   With a vegetable peeler, pare peel (colored part only)
   from oranges; cut peel into thin 2-inch-long worms; or
   use an Oriental shredder to make long shreds.  Add
   orange peel to cranberry mixture.  Cover and chill at
   least 4 hours or as long as overnight.
   
   Juice oranges; put juice in a 6 to 8 quart pan or
   heavy bowl. Stir in cranberry-ginger mixture, the 3
   cups cranberry juice, apple concentrate, limeade,
   grapes and water.  If made ahead, cover and chill up
   to 2 hours. Add ginger ale and about a 1 pound piece
   of dry ice (DO NOT put small pieces in punch or cups);
   ice should smolder at least 30 minutes. Ladle into
   cups.  Add any remaining ice when bubbling ceases.
   
   Makes 5 quarts; allow about 1-1/2 cups for a serving.
   From: Earl Shelsby
  
 
 
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