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Old 11-24-2004, 10:13 AM   #11
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I'm serving Sparkling Cranberry juice, Sparkling Apple juice, & white zin.
My husband & I are the only ones who drink, so we can't overdo it. I'm sure hubby will go thru some beer before my family arrives, and immediately after. He says he's having Einhoven (think that spelling's right)

PS - Mudbug - think of me when you're downing the limoncello!
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I just serve water....everyone brings there own beer,wine or spirits.
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Egg nog! The best drink in history, of course.
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