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Spend time being refreshed by God's Word with a cup of tea. Relax in a comfy chair that gets some afternoon sun. Reflect on the goodness of life.

Real joy comes not from ease or riches or
from the praise of men, but from doing something worthwhile. Wilfred T. Grenfell

Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name. Ps 100:4

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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Iced Cantaloupe Black Tea Recipe

I peeled and seeded, large ripe cantaloupe ( about 2 lbs.)
Superfine sugar for coating the rims of glasses and to tast
2 tbsp Keemun black tea leaves or similiar black tea
2 cups water
Juice of 2 limes
12 ice cubes
Garnishes: Wedges of cantaloupe, wedges of lime, sprigs of mint with stems intact

Cut 4 crescent wedges of cantaloupe as garnish and reserve in the freezer
ip 4 tall glasses in water, then dip rims in sugar to coat. Freeze glasses
Cut the remaining melon into 1 inch chunks
Brew the black tea in the water at 180 degrees for 3 minutes.  After brewing, remove the leaves and reserve the liquid.
Chill the tea until cold
Just before serving, place the melon, chillled tea and lime juice into a blender. Blend, adding ice cubes gradually and pureeing the mixxture until smoothe and frothy.  Taste and add sugar as desired.  Puree again
Remove glasses from freezer
Pour the Keemun-Cantaloupe Cooler into the frozen glasses and top with melon crescent, a wedge of lime and a sprig of mint.


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