It’s hot out! How about some sweet tea?

There are few things more southern than a tall glass of sweet iced tea.

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Mother’s Iced Tea For Tar Heels Only! from Tarheels cooking for Ronald’s kids.

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Ready to Drink Iced Tea from A Taste of the old and the new.

Sassafras Tea - Red's Cook Book

Sassafras Tea from Red’s cook book : (road kill not included).

Sweet Iced Tea - The Charlotte Cookbook

Sweet Iced Tea from The Charlotte cookbook.

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Tea Punch from Favorite recipes of the Lower Cape Fear.

Long Island Iced Tea - Hemingway & Bailey's Bartending Guide

Long Island Iced Tea from Hemingway & Bailey’s bartending guide to great American writers.

2 thoughts on “It’s hot out! How about some sweet tea?”

  1. Did I read that sweet tea recipe correctly? 1 cup boiling water, 1 cup sugar? At what point does something cease being tea and just become syrup?

  2. In the actual recipe, you add more water. It’s just not listed above in the ingredients section.

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