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Pomanders were originally metal or ivory filigree balls filled with spices fixed with ambergris, hence the name (from the French "pomme d'ambre", or apple of ambergris). Having a bowl of these fragrant oranges (or lemons) near an entryway or on a kitchen table is one of my favorite and easiest holiday decorating traditions. Prep time depends on how the size of the fruit; the smaller, the quicker it will harden and dry. P.S. - don't eat 'em - they're just for fragrance!

Recipe #78644

I love this recipe. It is such a hit, especially around the holidays. This is one of those recipes that can be made and given for an edible gift. Hope you enjoy!

Recipe #105682

I like the recipe cause it is simple to make, and the kids love the smell, got the recipe from a Martha Stewart show.

Recipe #22579

This is a delicious orangey tea that just smells wonderful! I portion out some of the mix in little holiday ziploc baggies to give as gifts at the holidays. I am always surprised how many people have never had this tea. I have used this recipe for 8 years and have had many positive comments. A nice way to present this tea is to fill a zip-plastic baggie with some of the tea mix and place in a gift mug. This is an instant version of the real Russian tea, which is more like a hot fruity tea punch. Imagine a warm, sweet spiced apple cider, only with a citrusy/orange taste instead. This will not taste like a brewed black tea. The lemonade mix called for is one tiny packet, enough to make a 2 quart size pitcher (although you only use the mix dry). If you are subbing in sugar-free versions of any ingredients (which do work just fine) be aware that they will weigh less than anything made with sugar, so measuring by volume (such as US type cups and spoons) is key here if you are converting the recipe.

Recipe #16632

"What is that wonderful auroma?"

Recipe #41779

This is great to give out for Christmas gifts...wonderful tasting soup to...I got this from an Oklahoma Squaredancers cookbook

Recipe #75706

This is an on the stove or simmering fragrance(not edible) this came from my sister-in-law...makes your house smell wonderful, gets you in the holiday spirit.Cook on stove on low all day or put in simmering pot

Recipe #74897


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