I want to thank Anomynous Monk
for mentioning me, but I still feel that I'm missing out on the lemonade information that the title of this thread implies. There are bait and switch laws, you know. To prevent a messy legal situation, I'll add my own lemonade content.
For a refreshing summertime treat, please try the following lemonade recipe, stolen from another website:
Lemon Juice, freshly squeezed from 8 large lemons (1-1/2 cups)
1/2 cup of sugar, granulated - to taste
5 cups cold well water
1 large lemon, cut into small wedges or thin cartwheel slices
In a large pitcher, combine the freshly squeezed lemon juice, granulated sugar and 2 cups of cold water; stir briskly to dissolve the sugar. Add the remaining ingredients and stir briskly again.
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