Eerie witch's brew
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Eerie witch's brew
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:55:41 AM. Recipe ID 17620. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Eerie witch's brew
 Categories: Beverages, Holiday, Fruits
      Yield: 1 Servings
      4 c  Cranberry juice cocktail
      1 c  Chopped candied ginger (1
      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
      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

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Recipe ID 17620 (Apr 03, 2005)

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