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July 02, 2010


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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Looks like a great sangria variation to serve at a party.

Leslie MacPherson Artinian

I LOVE this story!! I met one of my best girlfriends, too, at a July 4th party. (Boston grad school. Rooftop. Rum & cokes) That was 1986 -- 24 years ago for us. I am now godmother to her two daughters. Cheryl and I, too, have much more sophisticated palates.
THANK YOU!! For this lovely recipe/remembrance!

Christine @ Fresh Local and Best

It is so neat how you guys met, and have continued to stay such good friends. I love the Beach Boys too. This peach sangria looks so refreshing.

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

This is a fantastic twist on Sangria. Can't wait to try this when the peaches are at their summer peek.


Great story! I love sangria!! This recipe sounds so good!!

English taobao

beautiful shot. was it taken with your new camera?

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