|High Heels and Hollandaise|
|by Amy Willcock|
This is a book for anyone who has ever wistfully looked at pictures of parties at grand country houses and imagined what it must be like to enjoy ...
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Allow tea bags to steep ... set in the sunlight. If you don't know how your friends like their tea: serve lemon, sugar, fresh mint, and milk on the side.
Fill jar with water and 8 tea bags. Set in sun until brown, as desired. While warm, sweeten to taste.
Place cold water in large glass jar. Add tea bags. Close lid and loosen a little. Put in sun until water is dark. Remove tea bags and drink over ice.
Use your favorite tea blend in a ... spot for several hours. Strain, sweeten with honey if desired and refrigerate. Serve over ice or heat for a hot drink.
In a 2 ... glass jar combine tea bags and 1 ... stand in full sun 2 to 3 ... at room temperature several hours or until desired strength. Serve over ice.
Place tea bags in a ... stand in full sun or at room ... Remove tea bags. Serve over ice. Pass sugar and lemon, if desired. Makes eight (6 oz.) servings.
Prepare Sun tea (large container - 1 gallon size, 4-6 tea bags, water and sun). Add sugar and limeade or lime juice. Stir and serve.
to taste. Use 1 to 2 tablespoons per cup of hot water.
Place water in 1 gallon jar. Add tea bags or loose ... steep in the sun for 24 hours ... pitcher and garnish with red flowers of pineapple sage. Serves 6-8.
Place tea bags in 1/2 ... and set in sun for about three ... Remove tea bags and place in refrigerator. This is especially nice to do on picnics and outing.
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