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2008/01/23 14:54:13 (permalink)

Warmed Dr. Pepper

Hi,
When I spent summers in North Carolina, I found many people warmed up a mug of Dr.Pepper and drank it like hot chocolate. Try it..it's delicious..especially on a cold night!
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    divefl
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/23 15:03:54 (permalink)
    I can't. I just...can't. Sorry.

    This has never happened to me in North Carolina.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/23 15:22:10 (permalink)
    I remember seeing the commercials for hot Dr. Pepper with a squeeze of lemon when I was a kid. The scenario was Canadian trappers around a campfire talking about the fact that "Pierre" had really lost it because he was drinking his Dr. Pepper hot. I think we tried it once or twice but never developed a liking for it.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/23 16:27:41 (permalink)
    I might try it. Heck, I drink warm flat diet coke all the time. Will try anything once!
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/23 16:35:11 (permalink)
    If you would try it twice, you could host Bizarre Foods.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/23 16:58:04 (permalink)
    We had it often in my younger days...with a slice of lemon floating on the surface of a steaming coffee mug full of Dr Pepper.

    The ads were very similiar to the Mug-of-soup on a winter day ads put out by Campbells Soups. Remember the Kitchen scene with kids and mugs at the table..frostin windows with winter snow scene outside.???
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/23 20:09:13 (permalink)
    In Texas it's a standard drink. It's not the same everywhere?

    I really does change the flavor ALLOT!!! A splash of Bourbon and you have a Dr-Tottie.
    Joe
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/23 20:31:03 (permalink)
    If you're all clogged up, hot Dr. Pepper will do wonders.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/24 00:53:45 (permalink)
    Yes, the ads had hot DP in a glass coffee cup and saucer, with the slice of lemon afloat. I had a black & white 16mm copy of it in my high school (Skyline) cinematography class in Dallas, home to DP. BTW, there is still a plant (the oldest one) in Dublin, TX, that uses only cane sugar in their DP. I buy cases of the stuff here in LA.
    Remember how DP suggested you drink it at 10, 2, and 4?
    -Scott Lindgren
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/28 18:02:30 (permalink)
    Dr.Pepper-itnn't that a beer with a shot of Amaretto dropped into it and chugged.-I swear it taste just like it-try it
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/29 05:14:16 (permalink)
    It tastes like a shot of prune juice was added to it!!
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/29 05:36:31 (permalink)
    Wow, I never ran into this drink when I lived in Houston or Austin!

    Should I be glad or did I really miss something?
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/29 11:58:40 (permalink)
    Roaster, It's not something you would run into, even in Texas. I have never seen it served at a restaurant or bar. Really missing something??? Hey, try it and you can... tell us.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/29 15:15:46 (permalink)
    I'd drink hot Dr Pepper on Wisconsin winter nights when I couldn't sleep due to chest congestion and a looming book deadline. It's rather pleasant.
    Hot Jolt on the other hand-- that experiment turned out to be an inutterable abomination.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/01/29 15:18:49 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by mikez629

    Dr.Pepper-itnn't that a beer with a shot of Amaretto dropped into it and chugged.-I swear it taste just like it-try it


    We always called this Flaming Dr. Pepper in high school. Not that I had a drop of it before I turned 21.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 10:21:33 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    In Texas it's a standard drink. It's not the same everywhere?

    I really does change the flavor ALLOT!!! A splash of Bourbon and you have a Dr-Tottie.
    Joe


    Now THAT sounds good!!!! I will try it, very soon!
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 10:36:46 (permalink)
    I tried it and it was lousy. However I do think that Dr Pepper is the best soda to drink with Mexican food. My favorite beer with Mexican food is Tecate...Russ
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 10:51:06 (permalink)
    A mug of warm Dr. Pepper....
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 12:51:17 (permalink)
    Russ, I agree w/ you about something, Tacate! I like mine in the can w/ lime and salt around the rim. Lousy??? Maybe it was the brand of bourbon you put in the Pepper????

    Want something really sweet... hot Dr. Pepper and Southern Comfort.
    Joe
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 13:32:56 (permalink)
    Hot Dr Pepper was mentioned on a Barney Miller episode. When there was a water shortage Wojo heated some up to replace the coffee.
    Barney spit it out.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 13:52:02 (permalink)
    Neat info Syrupy! And welcome to Roadfood! Now if you can help us figure out who invented Frito Pie???
    Joe
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 14:40:47 (permalink)
    Warm Dr.Pepper and Southern Comfort,now there's something perfevt for a cold winter night!
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 14:46:38 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    Russ, I agree w/ you about something, Tacate! I like mine in the can w/ lime and salt around the rim. Lousy??? Maybe it was the brand of bourbon you put in the Pepper????

    Want something really sweet... hot Dr. Pepper and Southern Comfort.
    Joe


    I was only referring to warm Dr Pepper that I did not care for. I have never tried Bourbon and Dr. Pepper. Also I dont think I would put really good Bourbon in any soda. I like it straight. I do have the occasional Jack and Coke next time I will try it with Dr Pepper. Heck I will even try it warm if you like. I love Irish Coffee...Russ
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 15:04:14 (permalink)
    Lee, yep, it'l warm you up!

    Russ, oh.. thought you ment w/ the Bourbon. Your right, no expensive Bourbon needed. Thats just a waste. Even Jack would be more expensive than would use. And ohhh, I forgot to say I like a squize of lime w/ mine.

    Hmm, maybe I'll start a thread about cheep wisky???
    Joe
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 15:07:02 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    Lee, yep, it'l warm you up!

    Russ, oh.. thought you ment w/ the Bourbon. Your right, no expensive Bourbon needed. Thats just a waste. Even Jack would be more expensive than would use. And ohhh, I forgot to say I like a squize of lime w/ mine.

    Hmm, maybe I'll start a thread about cheep wisky???
    Joe


    There is only 1 cheap whiskey for me and that is JTS Brown...Russ
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 15:25:32 (permalink)
    Ohhhh, you meen the finest Kentucky Bourbon. Hey, it says so right on the bottle. JTS has been my brand since I was... hmmmm nevermind. Like Fast Eddie says, "JS Brown...no ice... no glass", or was it the other way around? I knew there was something I liked about you Russ, I just could't put my finger on it.

    Oh, this is the DR. Pepper thread. Why don't you start the cheep wiskey thread Russ.
    Joe
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/12 16:02:37 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    Ohhhh, you meen the finest Kentucky Bourbon. Hey, it says so right on the bottle. JTS has been my brand since I was... hmmmm nevermind. Like Fast Eddie says, "JS Brown...no ice... no glass", or was it the other way around? I knew there was something I liked about you Russ, I just could't put my finger on it.

    Oh, this is the DR. Pepper thread. Why don't you start the cheep wiskey thread Russ.
    Joe


    Ok here it is http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=25309
    Enjoy...Russ
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/14 15:17:04 (permalink)
    Thanks Russ! It's off to a good start.
    Joe
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/17 04:16:36 (permalink)
    I grew Up in Minot Northdakota.

    Nothing Like having Dr. Warming up in the coffee maker while I delivered my newspapers at -30 degrees with out windchill.

    Come home to that HOT Dr. Pepper. Man that was nice.

    I have not had it in years, but still do drink a 6 pack of Dr, Pepper a day.
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    RE: Warmed Dr. Pepper 2008/02/17 04:17:38 (permalink)
    Ten high in Dr. Pepper sure warms you up as well.
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    Russ, I agree w/ you about something, Tacate! I like mine in the can w/ lime and salt around the rim. Lousy??? Maybe it was the brand of bourbon you put in the Pepper????

    Want something really sweet... hot Dr. Pepper and Southern Comfort.
    Joe
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