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Featured Cookbook

Jukes Family Recipes 2020

Editor: Andera Brink

Kai Harbor Home School is now selling their first ever cookbook, featuring our favorite student and family recipes from around the world! Don't miss these tried and true yummies from England, Brazil, Russia, Sweden, China, Japan,India, Guatemala, Chile, Mexico, Texas and even the United States! Also included are our favorite DIY recipes including playdough, laundry soap, finger paint, air freshener and so much more!!

Proceeds will be used for educational field trips and extracurricular learning including sports, music, drama and art lessons.

Featured Recipe

Banana Crush

By Delma Lund Jukes

Ingredients:
4 cups sugar
6 cups water
2½ cups orange juice
4 cups pineapple juice
½ cup lemon juice
5 large bananas - mashed
Directions:
1. Add sugar and water to sauce pan, heat to dissolve and then cool.
2. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix together.
3. Freeze to slush, stirring occasionally
4. When ready to serve, put a large scoop of crush in a glass and fill up with 7-Up.

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