Party Iced Tea

Party Iced Tea

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Billie Neal


This recipe comes from a 1968 recipe book titled,"Favorite Recipes From Church of GOD Ladies". Each of the recipes has the ladies' name and home town and I will include this with the recipe and if you know or are related to this person, I would really like to know. The recipes I post from this cookbook are ones I have tried and really like or are unusual due to ingredients or possibly due to the number of recipes with the same name but are different in some way. I hope you enjoy.
I know some the recipes are really lacking in some or all areas, but I am posting them as they are in the cookbook


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5 Min
25 Min


How to Make Party Iced Tea


  1. TEA:

    Steep tea in boiling water; strain.
  2. Dip mint leaves in tea for 3 minutes.
  3. Pour in 14-ounce glasses; add lemon juice and pineapple juice.
  4. Place in shaker; shake well.
    Chill before serving; add ice.


    with spear of fresh pineapple.

    PERSONAL NOTE: This recipe was given to me by the wife of my husband's commanding general, US Army, Honolulu, Hawaii.
    Mrs. Joan Burns, Pres.
    Morganton Church of God LWWB
    Morganton, North Carolina

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About Party Iced Tea

Course/Dish: Non-Alcoholic Drinks
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #tea #iced

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