Ummm, Cider!


14 comments


Last night I attended a housewarming event with a friend.  There, I met this wonderful cook from Guyana who shared her recipe for apple cider with me.  Have I ever put bay leaves in cider?  No!  Was it good?  Y-E-S!!!  Simple recipe found here.  My mom approved.  Now it can go on the Thanksgiving menu.

14 comments:

  1. I love apple cider, thank you for sharing a recipe!

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  2. Looks yummy! love the photos!

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  3. sounds like a great beverage to add to Thanksgiving dinner♥

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  4. Never tried cider with bay leaves. I will have to give it a try.

    Hope you had a wonderful weekend Libby!

    xxxx

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  5. I just love apple cider and I miss it so much because they dont have it here in the UK. I am going to try to make some, maybe even with the bay leaf!

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  6. Yummm.. I love cider!! gonna have to try out that recipe

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  7. Is it the same as hard cider? I am afraid the language barriere is here again. I like it when it's from the keg but not when it's bottled - too fizzy. But if yours is just apple juice, well I simply love it even if I always take it cold!

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  8. Thanks everyone, usually the apple cider I've had in the past has spices floating around in it, but this one runs clear.

    @Alhana: Here, hard cider means that it contains alcohol. This is just apple juice simmered with spices. It definitely won't make you have a repeat of "Rip Van Winkle".

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  9. How different. I'll have to try that.

    I am so glad I noticed your comment on Kar's blog because it led to your blog. I will be back to visit again!

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  10. I love apple cider and I love your beautiful blog!

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  11. Libby !!
    Thank you so much for the Congo Bars recipe !!
    You could not possibly know how much I love these fattening delicacies!!

    Grazzi...
    Tom -Gloria's other half!

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  12. Sidra in Spain is an alcoholic beverage, that's the one I've tasted. I have to try yours too, I am sure I will love it.

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  13. Mmm sounds so good!! Thank you for sharing the recipe with all of us!

    Have a great day!
    Creativity By Ann Rose

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