This is a quality downloadable recipe card with a Victorian image celebrating St. Patrick's Day.
Print as you would a photo. Matte or a soft gloss photo paper would
be beautiful (Staples has a wonderful brand but you can use just about
any photo paper).
You may print this as often as you like for your own gift giving. We
thank you in advance for not sharing the file with others. A lot of
time and effort has gone into restoring this for us to be able to share
with you. It is not to be redistributed, claimed as your own, or used
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Copyright notice will not be on your file.The Backstory:
Just a bit about Irish tea:
The Irish love their tea and this
easy little recipe will complement yours. You can dress this up with
little colored sugars as well.
When resarching this, we found
out a lot about the Irish tea tradition. Did you know that the Irish
make their tea very strong and then mix it with up to a 1/3 of rich
milk? The lucky Irish also generally serve tea 3 times a day: 11:00am,
3:00-5:00 in the afternoon, and high tea is at 6:00pm. I had always
thought that "high tea" was formal, but in the Irish tradition, it is
the working man's tea that serves as a meal. Very interesting and you
can find more out about "Irish tea Traditions" in an article by Brenda
Hyde at oldfashionedliving.com.
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