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Garnishes for Drinks

Categories: Beverages
Yield: 1 servings


-FOR FRUIT AND MILK DRINKS
Mint leaves
Lemon or lime slices
Orange slices
Maraschino cherries; on
-toothpick
Whipped cream
Candy canes
Pineapple chunks; on
-toothpicks with cherries
Strawberries, fresh; on
-toothpick
Chocolate; shavings or curls
Coconut; shredded
-Ice cubes with frozen fruit
-inside or chunks of fruit
-dipped in lemon juice &
-frozen


FOR VEGETABLE DRINKS-
Parsley
Watercress
Celery; sticks
Carrot; sticks or curls
Lemon; or lime spirals
Scallions
Chives; chopped
Paprika
Pepper; freshly ground
Olives, black or green
-on toothpicks
Radish; spirals


FOR COFFEES-
Cinnamon sticks
Whipped cream; topped with
-cinnamon or shaved
-chocolate



FROSTING GLASSES (SEE BELOW-

To frost glasses: Dip glasses into water, and while still dripping wet, place them in the freezer of the refrigerator. Leave them at least 2 or 3 hours.

Sugar Frosted Glasses: (for fruit drinks) Moisten top of glass and rim area with a wedge of lemon, lime or orange. Just rub it along the glass edge, then dip in superfine sugar & place in freezer for a few hours. Moistener could be grenadine syrup.

Salt Frosted Glasses: (for vegetable drinks) Use salt along the rim area.













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