Cooking Classics: Pineapple Mimosa Punch

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The Technique

Pineapple Mimosa Punch

Punch can be made from just about anything your so please. A simple bottle of prosecco can be dressed for any occasion when fresh, fruity & sparkly elements are at the forefront to create something lovely. Sherbet based punch recipes have long been a Southern party staple sometimes with or without the addition of ginger ale. Pineapple Mimosa Punch becomes lively in it’s own right. This recipe calls for a blender to combine the ingredients quickly then just before pouring it into the punch bowl, a bit of prosecco is added for a crisp, refreshing beverage guests are sure to love.

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makes 16 servings

3 cups pineapple juice
1 quart orange sherbet
2 cups orange-tangarine juice
1 {750 ml} bottle prosecco, chilled

Pour the pineapple juice into a 10-inch bundt pan. Freeze 12 hours. Fill a large prep bowl halfway up the sides with hot water. Submerge the base of the sherbet in the water until loosened from the sides. Remove the sherbet & cut into 16 pieces; place in a 2-quart blender with the orange juice. Pulse 5 to 6 times until thicken & smooth stopping to scrape down the sides as necessary. Add half of the prosecco & pulse until blended. Stir in the remaining prosecco with a spoon. Submerge the base of the bundt pan in the hot water until loosened from the sides. Place the pineapple ring into a punch bowl & top with the prosecco mixture. Let stand 15 minutes before serving.

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How To Polish Silver

A beautiful silver ladle is the perfect style element to accompany glass punch bowls & cups but it should certainly be polished. A bit of cleaning will need to be addressed in order to have it looking great. To remove the tarnish quickly & effectively from these fine pieces & more, use my two step method to have everything looking wonderful.

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The Technique

Line a 13 x 9-inch baking pan with aluminum foil with the shiny portion facing upwards. Place the ladle & additional flatware that will be used for festivities in a single layer in the pan being certain all of them make direct contact with the foil. Bring 8 cups of water to a boil. Sprinkle 4 teaspoons baking soda over the utensils, then pour the water over them. Let stand a few minutes in order for the chemical reaction to remove the tarnish. Once shiny, remove them from the solution with a pair of tongs & rinse them under water. Dry the pieces & use a little commercial cleaner such as Wright’s Silver Polish & a soft cloth to buff them further for a beautiful shine. Wash the silverware well with soapy water before using. The silverware should only need a quick additional polish or two with commercial cleaner during the upcoming months. Tuck away the silver when not in use by placing in zip top bags to keep it looking its’ best longer. For larger items such as trays & silver punch bowls, the same method can be used by lining the kitchen sink with foil. Increase the water & baking soda by 3 to 4 times, if necessary, to cover them completely or simply polish extra large items more diligently with commercial cleaner.

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