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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

How 'bout some sweet tea?

I know y'all have heard about the wide spread TEA Party that is going on today. I don't know about you, but we think we Taxed Enough Already!

So, come join us for a glass of southern sweet tea~ you always get more with a little suga'! We didn't get to go to the local tea party. We are to busy working to pay our taxes.

Y'all join us anyway!


"Hello... It's Me Again..." said...

I love me a big glass of sweet home-brewed tea! I'll enjoy a cup at home since I worked today.

Enjoy yours and I promise you I'll enjoy mine too!

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

Love your sweet tea's always sweet tea in our house, too! I went to the tea party in our state capitol today...and have posted a report on my blog...we had a lot of fun and loved reading all of the clever and creative signs!

barb cabot said...

Sandi, I loved having sweet tea for the first time in Savannah with you and the slowtrav gang. Then again in Charleston. I want to make some for my west coast friends. It's wonderful.

Anonymous said...

I'm not a tea drinker, but if I were, I'd drink it sweet and cool the Southern way, on my front proch whilst watching the sun go down.


Linda said...

I had heard that Birmingham had a nice turnout. Here, in Tuscaloosa, on the Quad, it was maybe 500 ppl? Blessings

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Hello~ Home brewed is the only kind.
Joni~ Your post was great... y'all dressed in your housewife aprons at the tea party.
Barb~ you can come to Alabama for a glass of sweet tea any time
Kate~ that is the best way to enjoy a sunset.
Linda~ I wasn't able to get to a tea party... only in spirit.

Diana@DevineDesigns said...

Ditto on taxes and tea parties!

I recently came across a recipe for Arnold Palmer ice tea - it's a 50/50 mix of tea and lemonade. Looking forward to trying it! Thanks for all the yummy recipes!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the recipe,Sandy. It is quite warm in Philly this weekend. I think that I will whip up a batch.We love Sweet Tea. As soon as we get to the Beach in South Carolina, our first stop is in Publix to p/u a Gallon (or 3) of Sweet Tea. We always bring a few gallons home with us. Now I will make it myself!

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