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Nan Rossiter's Family Recipe for Swedish Glug

Under a Summer Sky
Nan Rossiter




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May 2014
On Sale: April 29, 2014
Featuring: Laney Coleman; Noah Coleman; Micah Coleman
352 pages
ISBN: 0758283911
EAN: 9780758283917
Kindle: B00G9ABXC4
Paperback / e-Book
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Also by Nan Rossiter:
Promises to Keep, May 2021
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Promises of the Heart, February 2020
Summer Dance, June 2017
Firefly Summer, August 2016


This recipe for Swedish Glüg has been in my family for generations. One of my characters in my short story, Christmas on Cape Cod -- which can be found in the Christmas anthology, Making Spirits Bright, also makes it. Glüg will warm your heart...and soul to the core! Just make sure you have a designated driver! Cheers!!!


4/5 quart Swedish Aquavit or whiskey

1 gallon port wine

6 prunes

4 apricots

¼ cup sliced almonds

¼ cup raisins

8 cardamom seeds

6 cloves, whole

1 t. allspice

2 cinnamon sticks broken in half

1 orange rind (opt.)

Simmer for ½ hour; then bring to light boil

Carefully hold match over surface to light and flash burn briefly and pour ½ cup sugar through the flame

Cover, turn off, and ladle into mugs…Yum!




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