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Synonyms for toddy

a mixed drink made of liquor and water with sugar and spices and served hot

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The recipes themselves are deftly organized into chapters on Dumplings & Noodles; Warming Soups & Hearty Stews; Oozing Cheese & Cream Bakes; Lunch, Brunch & Small Plates; Desserts; Cakes, Pastries & Baking; Drinks & Hot Toddies.
Inspired by all the different hot drink styles, such as glugs, grogs, toddies, blazers and hot sake, each of the bartenders submitted one recipe to Young.
There will be live Christmas music, a 25 foot Christmas tree, mince pies and hot toddies.
Mulled wine, spicy winter cocktails and hot toddies are becoming increasingly popular as people look for alternatives to the normal run-of-the-mill special occasion drinks.
These are not the only reasons British pubs are closing at a record rate of six a week One local is advertising 'winter warmers' (hot toddies to you and me) for pounds 1.
Free roast chestnuts will be on offer, while shoppers can pop into the coffee shop for hot toddies, mince pies and mulled wine.
Liberal Democrat Isabelle ``Biz'' Campbell, 56, claimed she'd been drinking hot toddies for a sore throat.
Apparently, a group of youths (not from Llangadog) saw the boxes of presents in the back of the lorry, and while the crew were serving hot toddies to the cast, this gang stole off with these parcels - only to find every single one was filled with polystyrene.
Self-heating ready meals, noodles, rice and pasta as well as hot toddies, alcopops and pharmaceutical beverages are being developed by major fcmg manufacturers for launch next year.
CHOKED-UP pop star Louise Redknapp has resorted to hot toddies to beat the 'flu.