[Sca-cooks] beverage ideas for a tea
johnnae at mac.com
Mon May 18 03:38:22 PDT 2009
Glad that you liked the barley waters article. I find it rather an
but then I grew up on sweetened ice tea and soft drinks. I tend to also
drinks iced to the max.
I'll try and get it to you in a version for the Florilegium soon but I
have a couple of things
that I must finish first. I want to add back in the various parts that
were cut from the TI article too.
There was more material on modern commercial barley water that was left
out of the article.
I have deadlines approaching, so I need to work on some other stuff
I have also been under the weather with a severe sinus infection so
research and writing has slowed to a standstill.
And we are counting the days and hours until high school ends; for the
first time ever the
seniors are required to take finals and be in school clear up to the
last day when they
must attend mandatory parties and activities like senior night. There's
a lot of grumbling going on.
Stefan li Rous wrote:
> I just noticed that Johnnae has a very nice article in the most recent
> TI (second quarter 2009) on barley water.
> I'm not sure if it will appeal to today's youth who may be more used
> to sweeter drinks, but then I've yet to try making barley water myself
> and Johnnae does say something about the barley taste not being very
> If she's willing to send it to me, I'll get it online in the
> Florilegium. Otherwise you just need to find a copy of TI.
> There are a couple of other possibilities by Johnnae and others as
> well. In the BEVERAGES section of the Florilegium:
> Non-Alco-Drks-art (18K) 6/17/08 "Non-Alcoholic Drinks in Period"
> by Count
> Gunthar Jonsson, OL, KSCA.
> Orng-Lmn-drks-art (10K) 4/11/07 "Orange and Lemon Drinks of Summer"
> by THL Johnnae llyn Lewis, CE.
> Bev-f-Hot-Day-art (12K) 9/26/08 "Medieval Beverages for a Hot Day"
> by Mistress Euriol of Lothian,
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