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barddas 
Posted: 17-Jun-2003, 09:52 AM
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MMMMmmm sweet tea....

I've been known to drive 300 miles just for breakfast. Just because they make it the best! AND THE ***BEST*** sweet tea ever! If I didn't have plans this weekend.... I'd be going for breakfast now...LOL!



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QUOTE (barddas @ Jun 17 2003, 03:52 PM)
MMMMmmm sweet tea....

I've been known to drive 300 miles just for breakfast. Just because they make it the best! AND THE ***BEST*** sweet tea ever!  If I didn't have plans this weekend.... I'd be going for breakfast now...LOL!



YA'll are such tempters...... wink.gif

I am drinking some as I am typing this. It is a staple in my household. Where is it you drive for breakfast?


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What is 'sweet tea'?

Hmmmm, so Irish soda bread is the same as American 'biscuits'.... I've seen them on my visits to the USA - but have never tried them, as the American juxtapositioning of sweet and savoury doesn't really appeal to my tastebuds!!!! Now it turns out they are savoury, after all wink.gif

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Posted: 17-Jun-2003, 11:09 AM
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Sweet tea is iced tea that has a large amount of sugar added....( normally while still hot or brewing) It is then poured over ice.
It is a very popular beverage in the southern states. Sometimes lemon is added as well.
Always good on those hot summer days. Some people will even do a half and half, Half sweet tea, half lemonade....
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There is a place in Pigeon Forge, Tennesse ( outside Gatlinburg) Called the Log cabin Inn.( I have been going to that area of the Smoky Mountains since I was a kid.) It has the best sweet tea ever! I have not been able to get the ratio correct. Drives me nuts! My lady friend that works there, won't give me the recipe either!!! She has worked there since I was about 13. She knew who I was all grown up years later. It was neat! Great lady!
Did I mention the peach cobbler??? OOOoooo ..
I have brought whole cobblers home. Yes, 300 miles bringing a cobbler home.... LOL! Normally in November for Thanksgiving....
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When my husband and I go out to eat, he always orders iced tea with his dinner. The sweeter, the better he likes it. Although I'm not much of an iced tea drinker I do like hot tea.

Yes, nothing like a hot buttermilk biscuit out of the oven slathered with butter and honey or jam. In the afternoon cold biscuits and a big fat home grown tomato. Biscuits and mustard, anyone. Biscuits are good with just about anything. OHH...Yummy!!!!!! I'm gonna have to whip up a batch, I do believe! tongue.gif

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Posted: 17-Jun-2003, 11:47 AM
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My idea of "sweet tea" is chasing a Snickers with a Long Island Iced Tea!
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QUOTE (Gaelic Bread @ Jun 17 2003, 05:47 PM)
My idea of "sweet tea" is chasing a Snickers with a Long Island Iced Tea!
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Jason - I love Gatlinburg. We are planning a trip to Great SMoly Mountains National Park.


How I make sweet tea:

Get a medium sized pan and fill about 1/2 - 2/3 full of water.
Bring to a boil
Let about 7 teabags (luzianne) steep for about 3-5 minutes
pour in a pitcher (about 2 quarts)
throw in about 3/4c of sugar
stir
fill the pitcher the rest of the way with water.
Pour over ice on a glass


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Mint in iced tea is really good too, but it is kind of an acquired taste. Sometimes, I will get a bag of friuty herbal tea and add that in with the other teabags. Peach and Raspberry are really good.
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You make your tea like I do, only I use only Lipton Tea. Hold the lemon please!

Garden fresh tomatoes are great! I like to pick a large green tomato straight off the vine, cut it into thick slices, dip the slices in flour, then fry them in a skillet until they are brown and crispy...

eat it with hot buttermilk biscuits, wash it down with a pitcher of iced tea.....

then maybe sit back and have a slice of sweet sugar baby watermelon thats been iced down in the cooler overnight for dessert!


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Posted: 17-Jun-2003, 12:27 PM
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Posted: 17-Jun-2003, 01:16 PM
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Ah - HA! Just goes to prove that the way to a man's heart really is through his stomache! tongue.gif

How about a sweet and tart southern style lemon merangue pie, with a crisp flaky crust underneath and a filling made from fresh squeezed lemons with the lemon pulp left in, with mile high fluffy merangue piled on top? Not the store bought bakery junk - the real deal!!!
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OR - some home baked zucchini bread!
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Posted: 17-Jun-2003, 02:49 PM
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QUOTE (free2Bme @ Jun 17 2003, 07:16 PM)

How about a sweet and tart southern style lemon merangue pie, with a crisp flaky crust underneath and a filling made from fresh squeezed lemons with the lemon pulp left in, with mile high fluffy merangue piled on top? Not the store bought bakery junk - the real deal!!!

So, what time should I be over? wink.gif

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