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2 ratings

January 13, 2017

By

Bianca Bahamondes

Superstitious Spritzer Sparkling Ice cocktail

Recipe and photo courtesy of Sparkling Ice.

1

Servings

77

Calories Per Serving

Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces Aperol
  • 2 Ounces cranberry juice
  • 4 Ounces Sparkling Ice Essence of Tangerine
  • Orange peel, for garnish

Directions

Combine Aperol and cranberry juice in an ice filled glass. Top with Sparkling Ice Essence of Tangerine. Stir gently and garnish with an orange peel.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving77

Sugar7gN/A

Carbs9g3%

Vitamin C24mg40%

Vitamin E0.1mg0.6%

Vitamin K0.6µg0.7%

Calcium6mg1%

Folate (food)0.6µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)0.6µg0.1%

Iron0.3mg1.5%

Magnesium7mg2%

Niacin (B3)0.1mg0.6%

Phosphorus12mg2%

Potassium64mg2%

Sodium4mgN/A

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For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

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For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

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For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

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For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

We selected five recipes and stories to publish in the printed magazine additional recipes are linked at the end of this article. View the complete collection by clicking the “recipes” tag at the end of this article.


Recipes from the heart

For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

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For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

We selected five recipes and stories to publish in the printed magazine additional recipes are linked at the end of this article. View the complete collection by clicking the “recipes” tag at the end of this article.


Recipes from the heart

For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

We selected five recipes and stories to publish in the printed magazine additional recipes are linked at the end of this article. View the complete collection by clicking the “recipes” tag at the end of this article.


Recipes from the heart

For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

We selected five recipes and stories to publish in the printed magazine additional recipes are linked at the end of this article. View the complete collection by clicking the “recipes” tag at the end of this article.


Recipes from the heart

For many Lutherans, food and faith are inextricably linked. We gather for a funeral—and a luncheon a baptism—and reception a wedding—and a banquet. And we gather around the table in worship to receive the meal that matters most of all, the Lord’s Supper.

Sending manna from heaven, multiplying fish and loaves, Jesus as “the bread of life”—the Bible is rich with food imagery illustrating God’s abundant love for us. It’s no surprise, then, that making and sharing food is one way we express love for each other and our neighbors.

This summer Living Lutheran invited readers to share their favorite recipes—and the faith stories that accompany them—with the wider church.

We selected five recipes and stories to publish in the printed magazine additional recipes are linked at the end of this article. View the complete collection by clicking the “recipes” tag at the end of this article.


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