Beef Fizz (1960s?)
A 1968 Campbell's cookbook DOES have a recipe for "Beef Fizz," but theirs calls for club soda, not ginger ale. So if anyone is able to find the original cookbook below, please let me know!
1 cup chilled ginger ale
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Combine ingredients and pour over ice in glasses. 6 to 8 servings.
Of course, as I mentioned in the video, I did not want to have 8 servings of this stuff, so I cut the recipe in half:
1 can Campbell's beef consomme
1/2 cup chilled ginger ale
1 tablespoon lemon juice (bottled)
Poured over ice.
Not as bad as I expected, but do not recommend. Think of it as cold soup, and it's sort of drinkable. Sort of.
Now for the roundup of links!
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A little sparse this week, but that's because there are more links up above! Happy reading.