My grandmother and the rest of the family drank this. please use sugar cubes only-and sip the tea through the cubes. My family also used the following brand of teabags ( still found ion the Jewish section of the grocery store)-
"Swee-Touch Nee Tea"
This is a recipe from "The Seven Species: Stories and Recipes Inspired by Food of the Bible" by Matt Biers-Ariel. This particular recipe is "complements" of Sharon Strauss.
It is a simple appetizer that tastes so good!! Make sure you use only the fresh figs ( they are available seasonally in most supermarkets).
The recipe in the book uses an un-toasted bagutte. I like the appetizer better on a toasted one .
The Seven Species are the sacred fruits and grains grown in Israel. They are: Wheat, Barley, Grape, Fig, pomegranate,Oolive and Date. This recipe is from the Fig chapter.
I Love Rogers & Hammerstein's South Pacific. And Bali Hai is my favorite song... Posted for ZW7
Bali Ha'i may call you,
Any night, any day,
In your heart, you'll hear it call you:
"Come away...Come away."
Bali Ha'i will whisper
In the wind of the sea:
"Here am I, your special island!
Come to me, come to me!"
Use fresh juicy navels! Navel orange juice taste a bit different than the usual.
1 large Florida navel has about the same juice contents as w smaller California navels. Use good Vodka for the best taste! YUM!
I made this up to have with chicken tenders. At the time, I had run out of brown mustard. I had a jar of no-name brand "honey mustard" in the cabinet so I used it. I do not like the taste of bottled honey-mustard but i love the this sauce.