|Courier Mail Qld Food and Wine Gde 09|
|by Lizzie Loel|
This guide is an invaluable guide for locals and tourists alike, featuring reviews of the best restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs and providores, and ...
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Combine drink mix, tea, cloves, cinnamon ... Fill with boiling water. Sweeten to taste. Store tightly covered in a cool, dry place. Makes 12 to 14 cups.
Over high heat, combine juices, cloves, tea and sugar until sugar ... and punch is hot, stirring occasionally. Float lemon slices on punch. Makes 10 cups.
Boil first 5 ... 10 minutes. Add tea bags and steep ... mixture. Serve hot or cold. To serve cold, pour hot mixture over ice cubes; add more ice, if needed.
Steep tea bags in boiling ... desired, rum may be added to individual cups of tea. A great hot beverage during the holidays or whenever a chill is in the air.
Use 6 family size tea bags for tea. Mix all together. Makes 2 gallons. Heat in coffee urn for delicious hot tea.
Steep tea and spices in ... tea bags. Add sugar, stir until dissolved, cool. Add fruit juices and 1 1/2 cups cold water. Chill. Serve over ice. Serves 6-8.
Add spices to ... to boiling, add tea and steep 3 ... fruit juices and sugar just to boiling; stir and add to the hot tea. Pour over large pieces of ice.
Mix well. You can enjoy a cup of Russian tea whenever you want one with this simple mix already prepared in your cupboard.
Combine water, tea bags, ginger and whole allspice. Brew 5 minutes. Stir in cranberry juice cocktail and sugar.
Turn on tap ... jar. Put in tea bags and steep until tea is darkened to your preference. Remove tea bags. Add Equal sweetener and chill. Serve with ice.
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