This is one of those deceptively simple recipes, passed down through friends of friends, that everyone adores. Once chilled, the juice is brisk and refreshing, with just a touch of sweetness.
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This brightly colored juice is a sweet combination of beets, carrots, apples, clementines, and ginger.
This spirit-free cocktail from Rouge Tomate in NYC is a citrusy beta-carotene booster.
Even if you're not so big on beets, chances are you'll be pleasantly surprised by Rouge Tomate's Red Tornado, a delicious mix of pomegranate, citrus, and beet juice.
Get a hit of tangy winter sunshine with this bright, citrusy juice blend from Rouge Tomate in NYC.
Although I love to cook and bake and in general spend much more time preparing meals than is probably practical in today's world, there are a few things that I think of always and only as store-bought. I don't churn my own butter, grind my own flour, roast my own coffee beans, or squeeze my own juice. So when I discovered fresh tomato juice in Marion Cunningham's The Breakfast Book, it seemed rather novel and exciting.