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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 13:26:11 (permalink)

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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 14:04:19 (permalink)
My older daughter likes the sugar-free version from Arizona but I've never had one.
 
To be authentic does it have to be topped off with a splash of Pennzoil?
 
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 14:10:48 (permalink)
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To be authentic does it have to be topped off with a splash of Pennzoil?

Brad

 
Rolling Rock.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 14:10:58 (permalink)
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My Secret Drunkin' Arnold Palmer recipe:
Fill glass with ice.
37.5% Iced Tea
37.5% Lemonade
25% Vodka!
Garnish with lime or lemon slice.



That's a John Daly :)
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 15:06:15 (permalink)
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Foodbme

My Secret Drunkin' Arnold Palmer recipe:
Fill glass with ice.
37.5% Iced Tea
37.5% Lemonade
25% Vodka!
Garnish with lime or lemon slice.


That's a John Daly :)

Now, THAT'S Funny!!
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 15:07:48 (permalink)
ScreamingChicken

My older daughter likes the sugar-free version from Arizona but I've never had one.
To be authentic does it have to be topped off with a splash of Pennzoil?
Brad

Nope--Rolling Rock!
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 15:14:17 (permalink)
I make a Lee Trevino version with Alcohol.  I'll be making 5 Gallons for my Siete de Mayo party.  (Because we can't get drunk on a Thursday.)
 
Lemonade
Iced Tea
1.75L Sweet Tea Vodka
750 ml Grain Alcohol
6 Limes, halved, squeezed and thrown in.
1 Bunch of Fresh Mint, chopped and tied in cheesecloth, floated.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 15:17:03 (permalink)
Foodosaurus

I make a Lee Trevino version with Alcohol.  I'll be making 5 Gallons for my Siete de Mayo party.  (Because we can't get drunk on a Thursday.)

Lemonade
Iced Tea
1.75L Sweet Tea Vodka
750 ml Grain Alcohol
6 Limes, halved, squeezed and thrown in.
1 Bunch of Fresh Mint, chopped and tied in cheesecloth, floated.

Don't light a match around that concoction!
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 16:19:47 (permalink)
I do like the 50-50 Lemonade and tea combination. At some of the family get-togethers we may add a bit of Knob Creek to the individual beverage cups (think BIG GULP or SONIC HIGHWAY 44 size). But usually we just drink the non-alcoholic version !
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 16:36:11 (permalink)
My good friend Dr. Goldman in PA swears by a mixture of 75% lemonade and 25% grape juice.  Hey, it sounds good to me.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 16:40:53 (permalink)
I might like the John Daly.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 18:07:08 (permalink)
ces1948

I might like the John Daly.

30 years ago, I would have liked a Tyne Daly

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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 18:30:23 (permalink)
Something wrong with now?
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 19:14:11 (permalink)
I love AP's. It's strange when they give you raspberry lemonade in it.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 19:21:08 (permalink)
I don't think Arnold Palmer got this much Notoriety in his Hay Day!
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 19:43:55 (permalink)
I didn't know he farmed.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/18 19:50:17 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman

I didn't know he farmed.

He could! He owns a chunk of SW Pennsylvania, not to mention some of Central FL.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/19 11:43:23 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman

Something wrong with now?

30 years ago I was single!

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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/19 11:49:54 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman

I didn't know he farmed.

What? Don't tell us you haven't seen him on his old tractor pitching Penzoil!

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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/19 12:36:28 (permalink)
MellowRoast

Yes, I enjoy it, too.  Tried to get Chick-Fil-A to serve me one (they sell both fresh-squeezed lemonade and ice tea), and they refused.  Couldn't get a reason why.   It would be a NATURAL for them.
The only thing I can think of is that their lemonade costs more than their iced tea.  I've never had Chik-Fil-A say no to any request, though if I want to exchange a coupon for a different item, I do say up front I'll pay the difference.
 
 

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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/19 13:30:51 (permalink)
No, I asked them to charge me for a lemonade and fill half of the cup with tea.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/19 14:10:54 (permalink)
MellowRoast

No, I asked them to charge me for a lemonade and fill half of the cup with tea.
Wow, that's amazing (and also sad to hear).  One time a cashier wasn't sure if she could 'upgrade' me by charging more, but asked the manager who had no problem with it.
I hope this was an anomoly in your case, as, again, I've never had anything but the best service at any chik-Fil-A 

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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/04/20 18:01:33 (permalink)
Yes, I agree, Chick-Fil-A offers outstanding, friendly service, so I think it was just a bad day behind the counter.  I'm a huge Chick-Fil-A fan and have great deal of respect for the company and the founder.  
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/05/05 13:50:53 (permalink)
We use a version similar to the one by foodbme and call it a "naughty Arnold". Try  adding a sprig of fresh mint.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/05/08 11:45:06 (permalink)
I was reading the beverage forum,  started thinking about lemonade and  iced tea. Lo and behold I spied the Arizona Arnold Palmer lite at Aldi's---- $2.99 for a gallon container. Tastes good to me, so I will go back to the store and  stock up for these Georgia hot summer months.
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Re:Arnold Palmers 2011/05/10 17:39:01 (permalink)
I try to avoid too much sugar, so my Arnold Palmer is 1/2 Unsweetened Iced Tea, and 1/2 Crystal Light.
 
It's satisfying...
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