|by G. Brennan|
This enticing assemblage of 58 easy-to-follow, small-quantity recipes offers a seductive array of jams, chutneys, mustards, relishes, oils, wines,...
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Results 1 - 8 of 8 for wassail spiced tea
Combine lemonade mix, ... drink, cinnamon and tea. Mix with ... dry ingredients; place 2 to 3 heaping teaspoons mix in cup and add boiling water to fill.
Pour 1 quart boiling water over 4 spice (orange) tea bags. Steep for ... serving. Makes 2 gallons. (Option: put 12 cloves in a whole orange and add to pot.)
Bring to boiling and simmer. Serve hot.
Combine juices and ... a boil. Remove spices. Add spiced water mixture to ... boiling water to tea. Steep for ... serving. Heat until piping hot. Do not boil.
Boil 1/2 cup sugar and spices in 2 cups water. Remove spices. Add the rest of ingredients. Serve hot.
Tie spices in a cloth bag, drop into tea, bring to ... spice bag in wassail while storing. Take ... Makes about 3 gallons. Great for holiday entertaining!
Make spice bag containing 1 ... add 10 teaspoons tea and spice bag. ... and 500 milligrams bourbon. Serve in cups with slice of lemon speared with clove.
Pour boiling water over tea bags in a ... juice, sugar and spices. Bring to ... spices and cinnamon by straining. Add burgundy and heat through. Serve warm.
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