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    Originally posted by Dave Romfoe
    I am a beer man myself, but I worked out tonight, so....
    1/3 orange juice, 1/3 strawberry margarita mix, & 1/3 7-Up
    Try it, you'll like it!
    Sounds yummy!

    One of my favorites is orange juice and diet Mountian Dew (which has orange juice as an ingredient). Tasty!

    This morning, it's cold and raining, so it's tea. Here's the one that's preferred by many, from West Coast writers to brilliant British musicians:
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    Hey Bash - Where can I find that type of tea? I do love a great cup of tea especially when I am still coughing up thy lungs! Thanks Den Mom!

    Cheers to Wilkie in the U.K. as he has his spot of tea and crumpets!

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    Originally posted by Wilkie UK
    I'm only a few minutes away from afternoon tea and crumpets!
    In America it's beer and donuts!

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    Originally posted by rkerchic
    Hey Bash - Where can I find that type of tea? I do love a great cup of tea especially when I am still coughing up thy lungs! Thanks Den Mom!
    I'm lucky to have a British grocer down the street from me, and I'll bet you may have a few close to you as well.

    I don't know how up to date this list is, but it may help:

    British grocers

    I like the Assam variety (strong and malty), or for a change, Lady Grey (light with hints of citrus).
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    a bloody-mary & a bottle of Coors, along with some Hot Tuna( the band).....:}
    gee-bee

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    Papa John Creach. Yeah!

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    Originally posted by rkerchic
    Hey Bash - Where can I find that type of tea? I do love a great cup of tea especially when I am still coughing up thy lungs! Thanks Den Mom!

    Cheers to Wilkie in the U.K. as he has his spot of tea and crumpets!
    And very nice they were, too!
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    Originally posted by dejapete
    In America it's beer and donuts!
    Ok, maybe I'll try that, over the weekend!
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    Originally posted by Bash
    I'm lucky to have a British grocer down the street from me, and I'll bet you may have a few close to you as well.

    I don't know how up to date this list is, but it may help:

    British grocers

    I like the Assam variety (strong and malty), or for a change, Lady Grey (light with hints of citrus).
    I thought all the good stuff got thrown overboard, into Boston harbour??!!!??!!
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    VERY FUNNY WILKIE!

    I think that is hilarious - the tea being thrown over in Boston Harbour!
    Here is a chuckle for a tea loving Englishman. When I was a pre-teen, we went to England at Epcot Center in Florida. I remember having the waiter pour me tea and then I asked for lemon. Not thinking I poured a little milk in and Ugghhhhhh my tea became curdled. I was the big laugh of the day.
    I guess I was not a big tea drinker nor an experienced one then.

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    Originally posted by Wilkie UK
    I thought all the good stuff got thrown overboard, into Boston harbour??!!!??!!
    If you've ever had the American version of Twinings (available in most grocery stores in the US), you'll know that in fact, the good stuff WAS all dumped in the harbor, and all that's left for manufacture here is CRAP (delivered with a strong Scottish brogue)!.

    That's why tea fiends here tend to stick with imported stuff...
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    what are you drinking right now

    And BASH says with a good SCOTTISH brogue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    johninpittsburg is drinking a beautiful glass of white wine. Frascati















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    Re: VERY FUNNY WILKIE!

    Originally posted by rkerchic
    I think that is hilarious - the tea being thrown over in Boston Harbour!
    Here is a chuckle for a tea loving Englishman. When I was a pre-teen, we went to England at Epcot Center in Florida. I remember having the waiter pour me tea and then I asked for lemon. Not thinking I poured a little milk in and Ugghhhhhh my tea became curdled. I was the big laugh of the day.
    I guess I was not a big tea drinker nor an experienced one then.
    Argghh! Milk with tea!!??!! No wonder we let you have independence, all those years ago
    I found it really strange when I visited Epcot, it looked like a Mary Poppins version England ("lumme gov'nor, it's Mary Poppins!") I even found myself, sounding like Dick van Dyke when I was there!
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    Hey Wilkie, my ancestors were actually thrown out of the U.K. but it was not for the bad choice of tea fixins'. I think I posted this once somewhere else on the boards. I will give a short summary of what I do know. We had Knights - my dad's brothers and dad included were named after each one. My ancestors were said also to have owned the land where Big Ben stands before Big Ben of course. Land Piracy was the cause for immediate departure. The family members were shipped right on out to various parts of the world. The first "pilgrims" came over to America on ships named "The Dove and The Arc". Now I wish I can find more information about this for my family tree. Someday I would like to trace this to see how much of this is true and any other information related to this. My maiden name was Cecil but now I married an Irish/Scottish family and the surname is Maloney which I know for sure has it roots in those two countries as the Grandfather was from those two locations before coming to the land of "BAD TEA" - hee hee hee!

    Is it tea and Crumpet time yet? How about some Sconces? Yummy!!!!!

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    Me?...DRINKING? ...

    Yes...I've been drinking all morning! ...oh vampire that I am!
    If you know me, you know what I'm drinking...WATER (the life-blood of the Earth).
    ...It's what you WILL find...you WILL find...

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