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Old 08-04-2013, 04:35 AM   #11
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You may like this? If you have a doughnut jam syringe ( for injecting jam into your doughnuts etc.) which you can usually find in the kitchen equipment departments or buy online. Inject your watermelon each day for a week with a dose of vodka through the stalk end. When your friends come round, serve as a simple delicious 'afters'. Obviously this is one for the grown-ups and I ALWAYS tell people so that they know it's alcoholic. Only fair and it is Brill!!
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Old 08-04-2013, 02:42 PM   #12
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You may like this? If you have a doughnut jam syringe ( for injecting jam into your doughnuts etc.) which you can usually find in the kitchen equipment departments or buy online. Inject your watermelon each day for a week with a dose of vodka through the stalk end. When your friends come round, serve as a simple delicious 'afters'. Obviously this is one for the grown-ups and I ALWAYS tell people so that they know it's alcoholic. Only fair and it is Brill!!
Yum! Great idea, MM! We used to do something like that when I was in college, called it plugging. We'd cut a small round hole in the melon, and fill with as much vodka as we could, let sit, then pour in more vodka. Very popular!
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