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    This lovely drink came courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens. Enjoy!

    Recipe #109246

    Ah, the simple pleasures of life!

    Recipe #66032

    This description is from Back to Eden, a book written early this century. I do not mean to offend anybody, just quoting what the book says. "It has been said American people would do well if they would use sage instead of tea and coffee. The Chinese make fun of the American people because they buy the expensive tea for their drink and pay a big price for it, while the Chinese buy sage from America for a small price and drink that for their tea, which is a most wonderful remedy. The Chinese know that the sage tea will keep them well, while the tea that we buy from the Chinese makes us sick, is a cause of great nervousness and one of the causes of insanity. Sage tea is very soothing to the nerves, good for stomach troubles, gas, makes an excellent gargle for the throat, will expel worms, stop bleeding of wounds, good for liver and kidney troubles, a good wash for wounds, good hair tonic, fever reducer, and good for circulation. This tea should not be boiled, just steeped." Information came from Back To Eden by Jethro Kloss.

    Recipe #132042

    Easy and oh so good! Adapted from a coffee site.

    Recipe #201513

    A lovely way to have iced tea! Adapted from Everyday Italian. Take this to a picnic, or just take it out to the front porch!

    Recipe #178833

    There are many versions of this tea. This is a good one from Food & Wine magazine. This would also make lovely gifts. Just package up the dry ingredients and write out the directions!

    Recipe #190932

    Bring back any memories?

    Recipe #69382

    This is a little different, in that you mix the berries and place in the bottom of your glass, then pour the yogurt blend over the top, mixing ever so gently. Enjoy! Adapted from Good Cooking with Jill Dupleix.

    Recipe #293979

    Remember these? So yummy for being so simple! This recipe fits in the Southern and also Australian and Mexican catagories because they are grown and used there!

    Recipe #121935

    A great way to use that eggnog! Don't ya just love the holidays?

    Recipe #198912

    This is one of the top anti cancer juices! It's also good for your skin and hair. Easy too! From Total Juicing by Elaiine LaLanne.

    Recipe #188116

    This is a lovely lemonade and a great way to use papaya! From Perfect Food magazine. For weight watcher's this is 2 points.

    Recipe #107872

    Just saw this being made on Aarti's Party-new top chef winner! Had to share :)

    Recipe #437153

    One of the first recipes David Lebovitz put up on his site was a hot chocolate recipe from Wittamer, one of the best chocolate shops in Brussels, where he actually worked for a time. The head chocolatier, Michael Lewis gave him this recipe, which they serve in their chic tea salon overlooking the place Sablon. Try to find the best chocolate you can(30-40%). Adapted from The Great Book of Chocolate.

    Recipe #379034

    A summer classic, this is cool and refreshing! For a sweeter, less tangy drink, use pineapple canned in syrup rather than its own juice. Southwest, Southern and Mexican recipe.

    Recipe #163176

    A non-alcoholic drink with a little sizzle! This recpe is used in Europe(England, Meditteranean, Eastern Europe, and in the Northeastern, Western, and Mid West USA(where apples are grown).

    Recipe #59742

    You can make this at home, it's easy and heart healthy! It makes a geat base for smoothies and sauces. Nuts are used prolifically in Africa and Asia.

    Recipe #174601

    Adapted from a recipe in Southern Living magazine, I used my favorite chocolate-dark!

    Recipe #335810

    I hear that the French sip this tea for pure pleasure, but it is also soothingly healing for sore throats, upper respiratory troubles, and tummy bugs. This recipe calls for only one herbal ingredient, and you probably have it in your kitchen pantry. As you sip your drink, take a moment to think of cozy French farmhouses surrounded by fields just beginning to thaw after the long cold winter. Oh, for the simple life..... French Tart, I am thinking of you! Adapted from Cait Johnson, Assistant Producer, Care2 Healthy Living Channels.

    Recipe #277520

    In Mexico, or Spain for that matter, garlic tea is served up for coughs or colds. People swear by it! The garlic oils inhibit cough and cold microbes, and they are effective decongestants. Lemon juice reduces and thins mucus, which makes it easier to unclog a stuffed up respiratory system. Lemon juice also changes the body's pH, making it less hospitable to viruses and bacteria. Adapted from Prevention magazine.

    Recipe #139436

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