Top Rated Tangerine Recipes

seven deadly sins sangria
Recipe and photo courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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Superstitious spritzer
Recipe and photo courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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Sparkling Ice sangria
Summer may be prime time for sangria, but this spooky red wine-based cocktail is the perfect drink for Halloween.This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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Copycat Hi-C Ecto-Cooler Punch
This “fruit juice” drink made of mostly sugar, water, and orange juice concentrate powered us through recess, and now you can make a similar tasting beverage at home for when the nostalgic need arises.
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Belvedere just launched a wonderful new flavor: Belvedere Mango Passion. Ideal for poolside lounging and outdoor barbeques, Mango Passion is summer in a bottle — the perfect chilled refreshment for the warm days ahead. Read more about the Best Cocktails for Memorial Day.
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Skinnygirl
Apple cider, tangerine-infused vodka, and light rum create a pie punch that smells as good as it tastes. Bring dessert to your bar with this delectable cocktail.This recipe is courtesy of Skinnygirl. 
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The Pumpkin Margarita is made at New York City's Rosa Mexicano. 
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The Smashing Pumpkin cocktail is made at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo. 
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Groovy mixologisy, Dana Richardson of TAG Restaurant in Denver, shares, “scotch is usually seen as a winter drink, but the grapefruit notes in the Spring Cup lighten it up to make a refreshing spring cocktail.”
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You'll be up on the trends if you're sipping this delicious cocktail. Get creative with your garnishes to make it even more fashionable!
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Finally, a skinny version of an ice cream cocktail that everyone can enjoy. This light and unique mixture of ingredients includes orange juice, coconut water, and Skinny Girl vodka.This recipe is courtesy of Skinnygirlcocktails.
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Ponzu Sauce
Ponzu is one sauce I see completely bastardized all over the Internet and in Japanese cookbooks. Traditionally, it was made from the juice of daidai (a bitter orange similar to Seville orange), not yuzu or vinegar (as many recipes say). Ponzu also usually has some dashi splashed in, but farmers are most likely skip that unless they happen to have some handy. Farmers also like a strong salty flavor, since they work hard in the fields before sitting down to dinner. See all sauce recipes. Click here to see the Gyu Tataki Recipe.
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