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How Chefs Make Pitcher Drinks

This Is How Your Favorite Chefs Make Pitcher Drinks

You trust your favorite Food Network stars and celebrity chefs with your hummus, chocolate chip cookie, and guacamole, and other party recipes, so wouldn't you do the same for the pitcher drinks? These recipes guarantee bold flavors without a ton of hassle, so you can kick back at your own party and let your guests be their own bartenders.

Guy Fieri: Spiced up paloma

Leave it to Guy to create a paloma pitcher bursting with flavor and color due to the tart raspberries and spicy jalapeño.

Ina Garten: Adult lemonade

Lemoncello is an oh-so good end to a meal, but if you want to make it an apéritif, try it in the Barefoot Contessa's Limoncello Tom Collins, which is essentially an adult sparkling lemonade.

Tyler Florence: From-scratch Bloody Marys

You know the way to a brunch crowd's heart? Bloody marys made really spicy with fresh horseradish and pepper vodka.

Giada de Laurentiis: Zested wine spritzer

Lemon and orange zest frozen into ice cubes are key to Giada's white wine spritzer.

Mario Batali: 2-ingredient strawberry bellini

Combine pureed strawberries and Prosecco for the easiest, yet most refreshing strawberry bellini. Freezing the Champagne flutes is key.

Damaris Phillips: Infused bourbon

When it comes to mint juleps, soak the mint and simple syrup in the bourbon overnight, so the prep is done and your pitcher drink is ready to go for the party.

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