|Tea,a Drink with Jam and Bread|
|by Vicky Edwards|
In China many moons ago a thirsty emperor and a happy accident introduced what was to become the world's most famous drink.
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Beat eggs with ... remaining buttermilk and jam. Sift flour ... with meringue or bourbon sauce. BOURBON SAUCE: ... sauce is good on any dessert pudding.
Soak cherries and ... the 1/4 cup bourbon using the hand ... pecans or almonds. Store cakes in airtight container at least 1 month or more before cutting.
Dissolve soda in ... with flour. Fold jam into mixture. Pour ... time, alternately with bourbon; beat well ... addition. Yield: enough for one layer cake.
Beat whole eggs ... sugar, and blackberry jam. Sift flour ... 2-3 ounces of bourbon to the bottom ... Heat and stir. Flavor with sherry or brandy to taste.
Heat oven to ... creamed mixture with jam. Beat egg ... with soaked cheese cloth. Tightly wrap in aluminum foil and allow to age 4 to 6 weeks in cool place.
Preheat oven to ... platter; spread with jam; top with second layer. Combine ... for frosting. Mix to spreading consistency. Frost top and sides of cake.
Place apricots and ... Beam or other bourbon. Bake at ... baking. Serve lukewarm with whipped cream or ice cream if you believe in gilding the lily. Serves 6.
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