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Re: Re: temps

Unfortunately, this reminds me of a home medicine my mom tried on me
when I was young, maybe 14, for a cold. Hot lemonade and whiskey. This
was the most g-awful stuff! Left me begging to go back to turpinhydrate,
which in itself, tasted pretty foul.


-------Original Message-------
From: "Bonnie M. Holmes" <holmesbm@usit.net>
Sent: 01/24/03 06:48 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] temps

> Years (and years) ago when I lived in Canada, I experimented with various 
"hot drinks" since I could not drink milk and was too young for 
coffee.  Found that hot lemonade and hot oj was very good.  Try it, you
like it.  In winter, I still often have my morning juice hot.

Bonnie 6+ ETN

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