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Citrus-Ades

Recipe photo courtesy of Sang An

These drinks are great served simply over ice. But to tap into their full potential, use them as bases for new concoctions. See our serving suggestions below.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 2011
Total Time Prep Servings Yield

Ingredients

To Make Lemonade

To Make Limeade

To Make Orangeade

Directions

Cook's Notes

Serving Ideas for Lemonade: Make an Arnold Palmer by mixing with equal parts iced tea, or stir in vodka and fresh mint. For Limeade: For a take on the margarita, stir tequila and some fresh cilantro into the pitcher, or use the juice to make Micheladas by adding beer, Worcestershire sauce, and soy sauce; serve with lime wedges. For Orangeade: Try a twist on the screwdriver by adding vodka and some fresh rosemary to the pitcher. For a Creamsicle-inspired drink, float a scoop of vanilla ice cream in Orangeade.

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