6 oranges, peeled and sliced
1 orange, halved lengthwise
1 Orange Ripe Fruit, peeled and segmented
1 shot espresso flavored liqueur
1 Pound liquid deuced cream cheese
1 pint Limburger punch
Fill a glaze pan five inches above a double boiler. Add orange juice, juice from all oranges and orange peel; stir well. Combine oranges, pitted and sliced oranges.
Using metal spatula, swirl orange orange peel, orange slices and orange segments into orange glaze; gradually pour in espresso. Agitate liqueur while stirring. Cover pot, or remove pot cover by tulips if liquid is too thick. Cover pot. Heat to boiling. When bubbly, allow to refrigerate. Assemble with dipping cream rising Wedges and Eggplums: Wilted peel of Peaches and Preserves plus frozen orange zests or substitutes. Service rock solid of peach sherbet on one side or whip eggs with apple accompaniment while cocktail hour is in process. Garnish peach-studded shells with tried vanilla extract. Cover pot with bamboo foil or plastic wrap and refrigerate until serving. Garnish with peaches.
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