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Hot Apple Cider  

By LeAnn R. Ralph

Flavored with cinnamon, all-spice and orange, this recipe for hot apple cider is sure to please young and old alike.

2 bottles of apple juice (46 ounce bottles or thereabouts)
3 cinnamon sticks
8 dried all-spice berries
1 orange

Note: Ever since there was a problem a few years ago with people getting sick from E.coli in cold-pressed apple cider (from the deer leaving droppings in the orchards), I use apple juice instead of apple cider.

Half an hour before your guests will be arriving (or a half hour before you want hot apple cider to drink), pour the bottles of apple juice into a large kettle. Add the cinnamon sticks and all-spice berries. Slice up the orange, peeling and all, and put into the kettle with the other ingredients.

Heat on a medium setting until the mixture is just starting to simmer and then turn down on low and leave the burner on low to keep the cider hot. Makes approximately 12 servings.

LeAnn R. Ralph is the author of books about life in the country. The Midwest Book Review calls this series of books "Highly recommended reading!" You are invited to sign up for the FREE twice-monthly newsletter from Rural Route 2 -- http://ruralroute2.com  

 

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