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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 21, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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SUMMER'S FAVORITE DRINK! IT'S GRAPE
JUICE WAYS TO FIX IT FOR HOT WEATHER
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Grape Juice Is Finel Bryan Says So.
BY CAROLINE COE
Grape juice is the beverage Bryan
made famous, or did grape juice
make Bryan famous? We've forgot
ten. At any rate, it has become a
great American national drink; let
foreign diplomats scoff if they
choose.
Grape juice is an ideal drink for
the dog-days. It's palatable and re
freshing and ranks high in food
value. Like its sponsor, it is the es
sence of democracy and mixes well
with most anything, all the charged
waters and even ginger ale.
Grape juice is delicious when com
bined with other foods mentioned in
the following recipes:
Grape Juice Frappe
One pint grape juice. 2 quarts wa
ter, 2 cups sugar, add sugar to water
and boil until sugar is dissolved, then J
cool and add grape juice and juice o
1 lemon. Serve in sherbet cups.
Grape Juice Sherbet
Mix 1-2 pint of grape juice, juice?
of 1 lemon and 1 heaping teaspoon-'
ful of gelatine dissolved in boiling
water. Freeze quickly. Add beaten,
white of 1 egg just before finish. "
Grape Juice Ice Cream
One-half pint of grape juice, 1
quart cream, sweeten to suit, mix to
gether and freeze
Grape Juice Frappe, No. 2
Dissolve 1 package of lemon jello
in 1-2 pint of boiling water and add
1-2 pint grape juice. Just as it begins-
to thicken whip with egg beater
to thickness of whipped cream; add 1
cup whipped cream and stir. Serve
very cold in sherbet glasses, garn
ished with 1 spoonful of whipped
creanu
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