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Sample of One of the Tea Recipes Found in the Book
You may have heard only of the mint variety, but this Tea Julep is unlike any of the versions around today. Really very good.
1 quart of prepared tea mint
2 oranges, sliced
half a peeled and sliced cucumber
juice of 2 lemons, strained
sugar, to taste
1 pint of ginger ale
Steps: Into pitcher or large bowl, pour 1 quart of prepared tea. When cold, add a bunch of fresh mint, 2 sliced oranges, half a peeled and sliced cucumber, strained juice of 2 lemons and sugar to taste. Chill for 2 hours. Before serving, remove mint and cucumber and add 1 pint of chilled ginger ale. Add a few sliced strawberries and some mint.
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teadog.com Founder and ebook Author
Make Purple Punch with Your Kids
Make this historical tea drink, which your kid are sure to enjoy. Purple Punch, which is from the 1900s, is something your kids can make and they will really enjoy. Plus, it uses tea you are already drinking. Caution, this is the original recipe and it does use a lot of sugar. When we made this for some local kids, we cut the sugar in half and they still really liked it. Plus, the quantities below make a lot of Purple Punch so just use less if you don’t want as much.
• 1 cup grated of pineapple
• 1 quart of water
• 1 cups of sugar (can be reduced further if desired)
• ½ cup prepared tea
• juice of 3 oranges
• juice of 3 lemons
• 2 ½ quarts of water
• 1 cup of grape juice
Cook 1 cup of grated pineapple with ½ quart of water for 15 minutes and then strain through cheesecloth. To this, add ½ quart of water and 2 cups of sugar which have been boiled 10 minutes. Also, add ½ cup of prepared tea, juice of 3 lemons, juice of 3 oranges and 1 cup of grape juice as well as 2 ½ quarts water. Serve chilled.
This recipe is one of 50 you can get in the new tea ebook “Your Great Grandmother Made Better Tea: 50 Ice Tea, Tea Punch, Tea Dessert Recipes from 1890 to 1920,″ compliments of teadog.com.