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Makes 16 (8oz.) glasses.


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Ingredients Directions
  1. The first step is to slice lemons in half and squeeze out juice.  You want to keep some of the lemon pulp.  
  2. Put the lemon juice in a gallon container.  
  3. Now, add the sugar and mix.  
  4. Add the hot water to the lemon juice and sugar mixture.  You need to stir to dissolve the sugar.  Then add some of the lemon pulp.  
  5. An optional feature is adding some of the lemon rind.  Finally, add the cold water to mixture.  Stir until the lemonade is well blended.
  6. Drop a few ice cubes into a tall glass and pour in the lemonade.  You might want to garnish with a mint sprig.  
  7. The lemonade can be made a day or two ahead.

Picnicking & Tailgating:

This is going to depend on the distance from your home to the picnic or tailgate site.  If it is within and hour or two, I would get a large thermal water/drink container and add the ice cubes and lemonade.  Then anyone can pour his or her own drink.  If you are more than an hour, still put the lemonade.  However, I would wait until at the site before adding the ice cubes.


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