If you're a subscriber, you've seen Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh's article offering TWENTY ONE tea recipes to help build a tea habit. We loved it so much that Maryanne put each blend into its own box and laid it out on the center spread of the magazine. This created a challenge for the imposition department at the new printer, but it also allowed us to catch it on the first round, and address it.
Two of the recipes were a little crimped. They are as follow:
1 part chicory root
1 part blackberry leaf
1/2 part rosehips
1/2 part lemon grass
1/2 part hibiscus flower
1 pinch nutmeg
1 pinch powdered ginger
1 broken piece of cinnamon stick (about 1 inch)
Now to be perfectly honest, I expect that anyone who has spent any time working with herbs to be perfectly at ease with the way it came out, and not have any questions at all - but for anyone new to herbs, it seemed like a good idea to straighten this out. There are some spectacular tea blends in Marcy's article.
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