Friday, June 30, 2006

Iced Tea Month Ends

This is the last day of National Iced Tea Month - but you have my permission to continue celebrating, if you're so inclined. Here at TGS, we've done a few pieces about iced tea this month, but there's always room for one more.

From Green Tea: 50 Hot Drinks, Cool Quenchers, and Sweet and Savory Treats, by Mary Lou Heiss (by way of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette), comes this recipe for Lime and White Grape Iced Tea. Which doesn't sound so bad, if I do say so myself.

The Charlotte Observer has been taking a Tea Tour around the city this month, checking in on local eateries and sampling their iced tea. To wrap up the month they've announced three "Iced tea champs". Read all about 'em here.

The Evansville Courier & Press features a reminiscence about Southern-styled sweet tea. There's also a recipe, if you're keen to try a pitcher of your own.

The gang over at Lifehacker recently posted a piece on sun tea. There's not really much to it, but the comments section is quite lively and interesting to read. There's even a comment regarding "sun coffee" (who knew?).

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