Sunday, October 5, 2008

I Made This Just For You!

Here, I made this really warm cup of Mulled Cider just for you because you stopped in to visit. I hope your having a wonderful and blessed day. Grab a cup. Don't be shy.


I'll tell you what, I won't be lazy today and I'll even type out this wonderful and easy recipe for Mulled Cider.

Ingredients

2 quarts apple cider (1/2 gallon)
2 cinnamon sticks
2 whole cloves
1 orange, thinly sliced
2 whole allspice berries

Directions

First bring apple cider to simmer. Then add the rest of the ingredients and simmer for 20 minutes. Divide among individual mugs and serve hot with a cinnamon stick or garnish with orange curls.

* This recipe comes from Bobby Flay on the Food Network website.

What is your favorite Mulled Cider recipe? I would love to know. Or try this recipe out. It's really, really good. It's just one of those drinks that make you feel good. Have a nice evening.

9 comments:

  1. oh wow that looks delicious! I want some cider now!

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  2. Cool idea for a welcome to the blog. I have done this with wine, but never cider. And we did it the traditional way by heating a poker (washed of course) over the fire and dipping it into the glass to heat the wine.
    AV
    http://netherregionoftheearthii.blogspot.com/
    http://tomusarcanum.blogspot.com/

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  3. Lotus from Asia10/06/2008

    Hey, nice blog. I love those beautiful chinawear. Thanks for the hospitality, I did grab a cuppa..ha.a.a. Someone from Asia..www.bigheaddolly.blogspot.com. Come and visit and have a cuppa of Chinese tea...

    Cheers

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  4. Hi there. I came across your blog just by chance. And decided to look around. First off I can not wiat to try out the recipe for the 'Mulled Cider." It looks so delicious! Plus I do love me all kinds of Tea.

    Congragulations on becoming a "Grandma" again! Oh the joyhood that awaits you when the newest bundle (or should I say bundles?) arrives. And I definitely love the pictures of the Tea Cups! I believe the 5th picture down is of the "Tea Eose" pattern. Or at least it looks like the one my Granny left to me.

    Sorry for writing such a long post. But you truly have a wonderful blog here. Will be sure to come back. May I add you to my list of "Checkin' This & That Out?" If so Thanks.

    Have a blessed day.
    Nana Net

    http://wwwawbfam.blogspot.com/

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  5. Hello again...I just wanted to say thanks for visiting my blog...I'm a new blogger, too. I've only been blogging a couple of months longer than you! I started my first blog on a whim, I saw the create blog button and thought to myself....mmm??? I've only just "learned" the computer 1 year ago! As of October 1st, I now have three grandchildren. Congratulations to you!

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  6. Yes..it's me AGAIN..left you a response on your last comment to me!

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  7. Thank you for the offer, I don't mind if I do...sip, sip... Delicious! Your blog looks theraputic to me, thanks for the invitation.

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  8. Thank you for the lovely comments on my page Peek-a-boo street! I do appreciate them. Also, the questions you asked I went ahead and answered them too! Thanks for asking them, cause you have given me some "Blog Writing Ideas!" :0)

    BTW I love the picture of your Schnauzer (hope I spelled it right). Absolutely adorable! As well as all of your other pictures. You truly have an eye for taking great pictures.

    Well enjoy the evening. And again Thanks.

    Nana Net

    http://wwwawbfam.blogspot.com/

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  9. Oh that looks so festive and delicious! I love how you put the orange slices on the rims of the glasses.

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