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Lucky Lemonade

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Freshly squeezed lemonade is a yummy way to cap off hot, humid, southern days. When made right, the tartness is perfectly balanced with the sweetness. We’ve got a good setup at my house: my son squeezes the lemons, and I get the rest ready. We’ve been playing around with this recipe for a while now and have finally found its sweet spot, so to speak … enjoy!

Ingredients
–  8 cups water
–  1-1/2 cups freshly squeezed lemons (pulp is okay, but seeds are not)
–  1-3/4 cups granulated sugar

Directions
1.  Fill a pitcher with 8 cups of water.
2.  Add the sugar to the water, and go ahead and stir it together. The sugar will
dissolve by the time your lemon juice is ready.
3.  Add the lemon juice to the pitcher and stir together.
4.  Refrigerate and then enjoy. We like it served super cold.

FYI: This lemonade is a good mixer for lemon drops; just add vodka (we keep ours in the freezer). It’s also good if you add a sprig of mint, sans liquor.

1-3/4 cups granulated sugar

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Author: Dolly R. Sickles

Writer, mother, wife, adventurer, agent of change, advocate, ally, volunteer, instructor ... I'm never bored. I write contemporary romance and romantic suspense under the name Becky Moore, and children’s literature under the name Dolly Dozier. You can also check me out at MacMillan Publishing’s Heroes & Heartbreakers, where I’m a romance blogger. During the fall and spring, you can find me in the classroom teaching other folks how to follow their dreams or how to fund their community outreach at Wake Technical Community College, and Central Carolina Community College. During the summer and at random times during the year, I'm out adventuring with my family.

3 thoughts on “Lucky Lemonade

  1. I had mine with some vodka…yum!

  2. I personally know that this lemonade is the bomb! Thanks for sharing the recipe with everyone.

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