Make Tea of All Types
Your favorite tea mixture
follow these six rules carefully, you will always
make a delicious and invigorating cup of tea.
1. Don't use water that has boiled too long, it
will be flat.
2. Don't make tea with water that isn't boiling
3. Don't forget to warm and dry the teapot before
you put in the leaves.
4 Don't steep the leaves any longer than six
minutes. If you aren't going to drink the tea
immediately, pour it off the leaves into another
warm teapot and keep in a warm place.
5. Don't put fresh leaves into the pot without
first throwing out the old ones and rinsing and
drying the teapot.
6. Don't keep the teapot standing for a long
time, adding more and more fresh water until the
leaves are exhausted.This is bad for you because
each successive brewing brings more tannin out of
the leaves. If you run out of tea, always brew a
by: Jezebel Jen
squares unsweetened chocolate
1 1/3 cups boiling water
1 quart milk
1/3 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Marshmallows or whipped cream (optional)
chocolate in top of a double boiler; bring water
to a boil. Reduce heat to low; cook until
chocolate melts. Gradually add 1 1/3 cups boiling
water to chocolate, stirring constantly. Remove
from heat, set aside. Heat milk in a heavy
saucepan just until thoroughly heated (do not
boil). Stir in sugar and salt; add chocolate
mixture, stirring well. Cook over low heat,
stirring occasionally. Remove from heat; stir in
vanilla. Top with marshmallows or whipped cream,
Yield: 6 cups.
instant hot chocolate mix
3 cups dry milk
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
together hot chocolate mix, dry milk, instant
coffee, and cinnamon.
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