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Irish FAQ: Cuisine (Recipes) [7/10]
Section - 8) Hot Ginger & Lemon From: K.E. Dennis

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	You need a teapot & strainer, as well as:

	1 fresh ginger root, 
	2 Tbs. of freshly-squeezed lemon juice,
	1 Tbs. of honey, 
	2 cups of boiling water,
	& of course, a measure of Jameson's finest.  Bushmill's will do
	in a pinch.
	(&, a friend insists, 1-3 fresh clove sprigs)

	You grate the gingerroot - no need to peel, tho I prefer the
	results  - until you have 2 heaping tablespoons.  Put the
	ginger shreds in the pot, & pour the boiling water over it;
	cover, & let it steep for 5-10 mins.

	Pour the whiskey & honey into a mug, then cover w/ the ginger
	infusion, straining out the ginger shreds.  Add the honey
	(& the cloves if you agree w/ my friend).  Drink while it's
	still hot.

	Repeat as needed, or until you no longer have an excuse....


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