Monday, August 06, 2007
Iced Tea Interlude
It's the time of year when articles about iced tea seem to be popping up with some regularity. Here's one from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that offers a variety of tips along with several recipes, including one for White Iced Tea.
If Blueberry Lemon Iced Tea is more your speed, try this recipe that recently appeared in the Seattle paper.
For history buffs who are also iced tea fanciers, here's an in-depth look at the history of the drink from the people at Luzianne.
This one's not actually about iced tea, but I thought I'd throw it in just for the fun of it. It's a primer, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, on how to make a Perfect Cup of Tea. Not surprisingly it's geared toward tea-drinking in the British style.
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