RECIPE: Rose Sangria With Peaches, Raspberries & Strawberries

Summer isn’t over yet, and the upcoming long weekend calls for lots of refreshment. We’re making a pitcher of rosé sangria, which is lighter and more thirst-quenching than a the more traditional red-wine sangria. You can make the sangria up to two days in advance, so it’s ready to pour when you’re ready to kick…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Stone Fruit Sangria

[1] Make sangria with rose and summer’s stone fruits (photo courtesy Saveur). [2] We use San Pellegrino’s Aranciata Rossa, a sparkling blood orange soft drink (photo courtesy San Pellegrino).   We’re at the height of stone fruit season, so what’s with the apples and pears? Make a stone fruit sangria, and make it even more…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Summer Sangria Recipe

Thanks to our friends Laura and Charles for reviving our interest in sangria, a Spanish fruit punch. At a light summer dinner last week, the sangria they served paired beautifully with every dish. Americans were first introduced to sangria at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York City. The Spanish Pavilion had three restaurants, and…
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