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Visit us at Woman’s Weekly Live 2013

Woman's Weekly Live

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Fancy a drink on us?

Are you free Thursday, Friday or Saturday this week? Then come along to see us at Woman’s Weekly Live in Event City (next to the Trafford Centre in Manchester).

We will have a stand to show off all our brand new books, and we will be offering some VERY special show offers.

Woman’s Weekly Live is the must-go-to event of 2013.

Woman's Weekly LiveThere really is a huge amount on offer – you can choose to get creative at one of the craft and knitting workshops, relax and enjoy the fashion area, learn how to write and publish your own fiction, get some great gardening ideas, see the latest health and beauty tips, plus so much more.

We’ve been very busy during the past couple of weeks organising designs, ordering supplies including our show special Dairy Diary polo shirts! You won’t be able to miss us in our bespoke purple attire. We have never had a uniform before!

We will even be offering
refreshing chilled lemonade
to quench your thirst after
all that shopping and creating.

Refreshing lemonade

We hope to see you there!
If you can’t make it, then
perhaps you can have a go
at making your own lemonade.

Refreshing Lemonade

This recipe comes from
the 2014 Dairy Diary
on sale now!!

Summary : Woman’s Weekly Live 2013. Visit the Dairy Diary stand for some very special offers on the Dairy Diary 2014, Clever One Pot cookbook and Dairy Book of Home Cookery. Plus help yourself to a refreshing lemonade.

Refreshing Homemade Lemonade

Refreshing lemonade

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Refreshing Lemonade

Caster sugar 200g (7oz)
Lemons 8 large, finely grated zest and juice (giving about 200ml/7fl oz)
Ice to serve

1 Tip sugar, lemon zest and juice into a heavy-based pan with 1 litre (1¾ pints) water and heat gently until sugar has dissolved. Taste and adjust sugar and lemon juice to taste.

2 Remove pan from the heat and leave to cool. Strain liquid (if wished) into a jug filled with ice.

A Dairy Diary recipe.

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