Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee
Show: Semi-Homemade CookingEpisode: French Foods
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Pour apricot juice into a champagne flute. Add champagne and stir. Place apricot slice on the rim as a garnish.
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on April 19, 2006
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We didn't enjoy the drink. Too much of a good thing.
on April 06, 2006
We served it cold but it wasn't refreshing, it was too heavy.
on April 01, 2006
It was like sipping champagne and then slurping thick apricot juice. The two liquids didn't mix together at all. Not a great recipe.
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