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Welcome to Cooking Fresh, Cooking Local, a new, local TV cooking show sponsored by Stonecrest Farms Beef on WJAL TV68 out of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Cooking Fresh, Cooking Local highlights fresh and local ingredients found in the Four-State corridor of Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia. Join the Buy Local movement and watch Chef Karl Brown demonstrate easy, delicious meals.

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Special Feature: How to Make a Morito Cocktail

Meredith created this drink and has become her favored summertime cocktail. She name it a "Morito" in honor of her late father, John L Moore. Try it! You'll love it!

The Morito is a twist on your traditional Mojito. What makes the Morito different from a traditional Mojito is that you use Lemon and Basil instead of Lime and Mint. This is a crisp and refreshing drink great for a hot summer day. If you find a Mojito too sweet give this one a try; It uses much less sugar. I think you'll really like it. To make a Morito add to a glass:
  • 1 Large Basil Leaf
  • 2 slices of Lemon
  • 1/2 tsp Sugar

Gently, muddle the ingredients to bring out the oils and juice from the Lemon and Basil. Be careful to not tear the Basil.

Then, add:

  • 1 oz Vodka
  • Ice
  • Top with Tonic

Pour the drink into a shaker and then back into the glass to mix it up. Enjoy!

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