|The Fannie Farmer Cookbook|
|by Marion Cunningham|
A revised edition of the classic cookbook features 325 new recipes, including popular new ethnic dishes, as well as new sections on microwave, out...
1 - 10 of 10 for sun tea
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.
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.
Fill jar with water and 8 tea bags. Set in sun until brown, as desired. While warm, sweeten to taste.
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.
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.
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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