Grown Up Version Fresh Cherry Lemonade

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There's nothing more refreshing than an ice-cold sip of lemonade on a hot summer's day. My daughter squeals with delight when I grab a bag of lemons because she knows what's about to happen we're going to make lemonade! This is her favorite lemonade recipe and also cooking john dory because not only can she help me make it, but it contains one of her most-loved fruits: cherries. Sweet and tart, this delicious lemonade is a must during the summer

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Grown Up Version Fresh Cherry Lemonade

  1. 1. There's nothing more refreshing than an ice-cold sip of lemonade on a hot summer's day. My daughter squeals with delight when I grab a bag of lemons because she knows what's about to happen we're going to make lemonade! This is her favorite lemonade recipe and also cooking john dory because not only can she help me make it, but it contains one of her most-loved fruits: cherries. Sweet and tart, this delicious lemonade is a must during the summer Ingredients 2 cups cherries, fresh pitted or frozen pitted 1 cup water 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 1/2 cups fresh lemon juice (about 8 large lemons) Directions: 1. In a sauce pot over medium-high heat, mix to combine cherries, water, and sugar. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to medium-low. Simmer for 5 minutes if using frozen cherries or 10 minutes if using fresh cherries. Remove from heat. With a fork or a potato masher, mash the cherries. Set aside and allow mixture to cool. Once cool, strain the cherry pulp from the syrup, reserving the syrup. 2. In a large pitcher, stir to combine the lemon juice and the cherry syrup. Taste, and if needed, add any additional sugar or lemon juice according to your tastes. Serve over ice.

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