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Iced Tea: A Sweet Innovation

When I woke up Wednesday, I was all set to write you a post about scones. Then I walked into my the sweltering heat of my kitchen and all thoughts of baking instantly fled. 776 more words

Sweet History Lesson

I researched the history of sweet tea for my novel, The Secrets of Dr. John Welles, because I used it in a scene involving John and his two classmates at the University of Maryland, Sam Feldman and Claude Willoughby. 2,219 more words

The Secrets Of Dr. John Welles

Yummy - sweet tea

By Becky Holland

Living in the South, we can proudly say we have the market cornered in the SWEET TEA business.

  Yup, if you were to go up north, to say, the five star restaurant, FOUR SEASONS, and ask for sweet tea, you probably would be given a blank stare, or even west  to SWEET LADY JANE’S on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. 425 more words


Mmm... Butterbeans and Cornbread

Nothing special about these, I will note that I used the “boil for a minute and let sit, covered, for an hour” method rather than soaking overnight.   78 more words


In a follow-up to my last post, A few updates on living in the South, I would like to mention that I took a very reliable buzzfeed quiz to figure out if I have southern accent. 51 more words

The South

Freebie News #12

This bulletin of Freebie News is brought to you by: !gO!, Sweet Tea Couture & Aleutia.

The lovely watercolour-esque print dress I am wearing is the current group gift at !gO! 152 more words

Fashion On A Budget

I've Been Everywhere, Man

So, I thought maybe I would go ahead and delete that first blog post I wrote almost three months ago. Seems a bit much to expect people to check in on a blog that isn’t getting updated enough, right? 906 more words