|Ice Carving Made Easy|
|by Joseph Amendola|
The organization of Ice Carving Made Easy, Second Edition allows for carvers of every proficiency to use the book with success.
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In a punch bowl, mix the ice tea mix with the ... best results, use Lipton brand iced tea with lemon. ... have enough to make 2 batches...it goes fast! .
Bring water to rolling boil. Add the tea bags and steep ... add a few ice cubes to cool ... ready to serve. Use ice that's already in the tea for your glass.
Fill a quart ... of water. Add ice tea mix. Stir or ... jar with water. Mix well. Note: Can be served cold in summer and hot in winter. Makes 6 servings.
Brew hot tea for 5 minutes, ... nectar in a punch bowl. When ready to serve, add ginger ale and ice cream. Can be served with ice. Yield: 20 (5 oz.) servings.
Blend well. Use 1 to 3 teaspoons per cup boiling water according to taste. Enjoy!
In 10 cup coffee (tea) maker that ... the 10 cups of tea and sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Fill 1 gallon pitcher with cold water. Serve over ice.
Mix together and serve with ice. Makes 2 quarts.
Fill 2 quart ... drop in the tea bags. Cover. Cool ... lemon juice and stir very well. Add water to make a full gallon. Stir very well again. Refrigerate.
Boil water. Pour over rest of ingredients. Steep until cold. Add 1 quart cold water. Fill glasses with ice and pour tea over them.
Mix all ingredients together. Store in Tupperware or glass jar. Mix 2 teaspoons of mixture per cup. Use hot water.
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