Grand Marnier Raspberry Peach and Ginger Ale, an expertly crafted cocktail for fall weddings (the secret is in the plum bitters!). Get the recipe for this drink and more wedding cocktails at equallywed.com
I make this for work parties since its non-alcoholic. I use a 2L of generic ginger ale (you're adding flavor to it so save your money), and either the white grape juice seen here or the champagne looking bottle of sparkling grape juice. Throw some whole raspberries on top and you're done. Total cost is less than $5ish bucks for a nice looking drink. // Sparkling Punch Recipe
Now here is something you do not see around Kansas, unless you want to pay big bucks. I love Vernors and it is so cheap in Michigan. It is ginger ale. It spells summertime to me. What is the name of the little elf? Help me out here...
Homemade Ginger Ale (I've been making this for years. Started out making a ginger simple syrup for cocktails, and then I realized I could add that to Pellegrino. In love. Not just be cause I know what's in it, and it's frugal, but because none of the premier bottled ginger ale is spicy enough for me.)
No Peek Beef Tips ~ Very Yummy!! The Meat Turns out Very Tender and The Gravy is The Perfect Consistency. Best Served over Rice, Egg Noodles, or Mashed Potatoes. You Can also Cook This in a Slow Cooker on Low for 5-6 Hours or on High for 3-4 hours.