Kenneth Avery is a Southern humorist with well over a thousand fans. The charm and wit in his writing span a nearly a decade.
I will keep this brief. Although the caledar says that it is the first of August, Dog Days, but the summer hot streak is still much alive. So what do we do, students?
First, do not freak. And you might "drink out of the box," with this recipe. It's the easiest recipe to engineer and even more fun to partake of. I promise.
⦁ From 6 to 8 Fresh Lemons
⦁ A very small touch of honey
⦁ You just take the lemons and roll them with your hands or with a flour roller, the wooden type if you have one, and when the lemons become very soft, then you are ready for frozen lemonade.
⦁ Squeeze each lemon (as much as you can), then cut lemon into halves and squeeze each half to add more juice to your base mix. Note: many people do not know that the lemon halves contain more juice than once thought. So capitalize on this information.
⦁ Take the one very small amount of honey into the lemonade mix and stir with a wooden spoon or electric mixer, but only use on a medium setting.
⦁ Pour lemonade into your old-fashioned ice trays and then sit into your freezer from two to four hours and the mix should be frozen, but the best is yet to come.
Now that you have poured your lemonade into the trays and chipped-out each cube into your glasses, take your remaining lemonade and pour on the frozen lemonade cubes and what do I always say, enjoy!
This makes a perfect hot summer day. Or night. Keep some lemonade on hand so you can freeze some anytime and drink your thirst away.
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Vicki Carroll from Greater Birmingham Area on August 07, 2021:
From a fellow Alabamian, you’re on to something here