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    Take Time for Tea

    In here you will find tea recipes I have posted along with recipes using tea!
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    This is different for me! A must try.

    Recipe #509244

    This is the perfect drink, hot or cold. With a warm spice blend, a cinnamon stick, a little cream, and enough sugar to make the South proud — this Spiced Sweet Tea will be a wonderful addition to anyone’s winter(or summer) beverage repertoire. From Folk Lifestyle.

    Recipe #506632

    It's been quite warm these last few weeks and this tea hits the spot! From Offbeat and Inspired blog, found on Pinterest. Enjoy!

    Recipe #506626

    Jamaicans make this with fresh hibiscus, so common in the islands, but you can find it dried at your health food store, some supermarkets, or Whole Foods store. This is Jamaicas answer to iced tea and better for you too! Sometimes allspice berries are added, I have left them out here.

    Recipe #502079

    Lemongrass and ginger infuse this lightly sweetened, refreshing iced tea with subtle flavor. From about.com.

    Recipe #501807

    Burkina Faso, also known by its short-form name Burkina, is a landlocked country in west Africa. The tea is called Bissap a La Bonne Dame in Burkina Faso, Africa, and enjoyed everyday in the hot weather. Chilled hibiscus tea is light and refreshing. The natural floral tang is a wonderful counterpart to sweet pineapple chunks. I'm traveling the world, making vegetarian or vegan recipes from each country. Some can be especially challenging, lol.

    Recipe #501674

    Love tea and love lemonade! This combines the two with ginger, another favorite! Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis Show: Giada at Home, Episode: Dig in for a Cause

    Recipe #477310

    I just got back from visiting my sister. She has some great cookbooks, so I spent some time perusing. I love tea with lemon in it. This is from America's Most Wanted Recipes Cookbook by Ron Douglas. I have changed it just a bit to my taste.

    Recipe #462541

    I was born in Tampa, so this recipe attracted me right away. The tea has orange and lime juice added to make it tastier and healthier! Enjoy! Adpted from The Vegan Chef.

    Recipe #460188

    Ginger gives such a nice flavor kick to any food or drink. Enjoy this sweet tea on a nice hot day, and relax a few minutes! Adapted from Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #457431

    A popular breakfast beverage in South America, make this mixture at night and reheat in the morning. It's a thick, slightly sweet drink full of nutrients and protein from the quinoa. From the Whole Planet Foundation. I haven't tried this yet, so putting it here for safekeeping! It sounds good!

    Recipe #456157

    From Food & Wine magazine, here's what they say: I doubt Mark Wahlberg ate this macaroni salad to get into such sick shape to play champion boxer Micky Ward in his film The Fighter. But thanks to his brother, chef Paul Wahlberg, we’ve got the recipe for the Wahlberg family macaroni salad. Mark says that no one makes the dish as well as their mother, Alma. But you can try by making their recipe for yourself! Or go to Paul’s cool new Mediterranean-Italian restaurant, Alma Nove in Hingham, Massachusetts, where the macaroni salad is on his menu at his brother’s request. At least in pasta salad season in summer. I have tweeked this just a little. Feel free to add olives, more veggies, etc. Enjoy!

    Recipe #447387

    I got a kick out of this and thought you might too. Boiling water is essential to many recipes. If you have never cooked before, don't worry. It is not as difficult as it may appear. This recipe will guide you through the process, even if you have never set foot in a kitchen. Adapted from Serious Eats. Submitted by Adam Kuban. Thanks Adam!

    Recipe #445229

    Ginger and mint make this comforting mix especially good for settling stomachs after the indulgence of holiday meals. Makes a great gift given in small cloth bags. Steep 2 tablespoons with 1 cup hot water for 3 to 5 minutes, then strain. Sweeten with honey or agave nectar, if you like, and enjoy! I have a hard time finding fennel so have given a substute. Enjoy! Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #443773

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

    Recipe #437153

    Mmmm, fresh blackberries and basil flavor the tea and taste so yummy! Feel free to mix this up and try strawberries, or even raspberries or blueberries!

    Recipe #379611

    A great icy cold drink for a hot summer day! In the winter, drink it hot! Enjoy!

    Recipe #378974

    According to Gourmet magazine, this tea soothes and refreshes after a big meal. This was taken from a Korean menu. Brew a pot whenever you feel a little under the weather. Nibbling on the pine nuts as you sip the hot tea helps soften it's strong flavors.

    Recipe #359495

    This is a delicious therapeutic tea, with a nice apple aroma and flavor. It has been shown to help with ailments ranging from stress and insomnia to menstrual cramps and upset stomachs. Great to serve on a hot summer day! Psst, it's good in the winter too!

    Recipe #351304

    I spent some time in Guatemala many years ago and we had a lovely vegetarian dinner at a local woman's house on New Year's Eve. Oh, it was so good! There were these tamales with raisins and we were served a tea that tasted of apples and chamomile. Here is my attempt to duplicate that recipe! I wish I could remember more about the tamales.......Outside, the local folk were shooting off sticks of dynamite (for lack of fireworks), but we didn't care, we were in foodie vegetarian heaven!

    Recipe #348910

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