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Dreamsicles

In a tall glass,
fill with ice,

1 oz vodka
1 oz Cointreau
fill with orange juice leaving enough room for the
milk or cream (I like to mix a teaspoon of sugar in my cream,
and I prefer sweet cream to 2% milk but they are all good )

stir

add a slice of orange for garninsh

and
MMMMMMMMM

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On my third one, spilt a little more cointreau than my recipe calls for.
Love the cream and sugar, sugar.. I use almost as much cream as o.j... yes!!

Here's to my band
Andy and the Dreamsicles!!!

Je t'aime aussi, Monsiour et le rest.

a drink especially pour tu.


he rocks hard,
but he doesn't play hard rock

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