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March 23, 2007

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Judy Romero

I would love to have the recipe for the Blood Orange Liqueur. I too have a Blood Orange afficionado I would love to make this liqueur for. If it is possible, you could send it to me e-mail address.

jromero456@verizon.net

Thanks

Judy Romero

nposek

I would love your Blood Orange Liqueur recipe to share with family and friends this year during the holidays.

nposek@nc.rr.com

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Nancy Posek

nposek

I would love your Blood Orange Liqueur recipe to share with family and friends this year during the holidays.

nposek@nc.rr.com

Thanks
Nancy Posek

This sounds awesome, if you could please I would love to have this recipe, it would make great gifts.

rhonda_malette@yahoo.ca

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What a tease - no recipe?

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Did anybody ever get this wonderful recipe?

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