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A very merry BREKKIE



125g strawberries, sliced thinly
1 medium orange (240g), halved, sliced thinly
1 medium lime (90g), sliced thinly
700ml bottle Pimm’s No. 1
1 Lebanese cucumber (130g)
1.25 litres (5 cups) chilled dry ginger ale
1 cup loosely packed fresh mint leaves

1 Place strawberries, orange and lime in a large serving jug. Add Pimm’s; stir to combine. Cover; refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight.

Just before serving, slice cucumber into ribbons; add to jug. Stir in ginger ale and mint. Serve over ice.

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