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Sweet Tea and Strangers

One item on my bucket list is to get up at 4 am on Sunday morning and take my bike for a ride down an empty Whyte Ave. 339 more words

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Unsweetened Iced Tea – Bucking a Southern Tradition

Revisiting another article from the past:

Drinking my chilled (iced) tea unsweetened is truly bucking a Southern tradition. In the Southeast U.S., “sweet tea” is not only a true tradition but almost a right of passage. 595 more words


American Tea Traditions

Americans have been enjoying tea long before America gained its independence! And Americans have been enjoying iced tea longer than the 1904 World’s Fair in St. 427 more words

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Refreshing Summer Iced Tea

It’s only the middle of May and I’m already sick of this “beautiful” weather. I’m Canadian, and, frankly, it feels rather sacrilegious to have twenty-four degree days in mid-May. 326 more words


Cream Cheese Grits

Grits are one of my favorite dishes to make. They are also one of the reasons why I started this blog. Growing up with a Southern mother, I was very used to have grits on a regular basis. 245 more words

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Walking Humbly

Let’s talk for a bit about humility today. It is a subject which has been on my mind as of late, a topic I’m learning firsthand lessons on right now. 1,474 more words


Southern Style Sweet Tea

Being a Yankee by birth but a Southerner by marriage one of the very first staples I had to learn was the art of Sweet Tea. 270 more words

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