I was asking, "Where would you like to go?" though asking about a cup of tea
would indeed be more likely. I will, by the way, be off-list for most of the
rest of December & January while I'm keeping warm (more sweet tea than you
can imagine) in Pune, not far from Bombay, where my wife and I have some
dear friends.

Christmas, New Year, Hannukah, and Kwanzaa wishes to all. My Christmas gift,
a recipe for genuine Indian Chai (tea):

For each cup of tea:

1 heaping teaspoon tea (the cheaper the better)
pinch powdered ginger
pinch powdered clove
pinch cinnamon
pinch black pepper
2 whole cardomon pods, broken open (all spices optional)
2 tablespoons sugar
1 cup whole milk (Water-Buffalo milk has about 7% milkfat.)

Bring the whole concoction to a boil. (Watch it carefully! It can make a
heck of a mess.) It should be about as dark as a strong cappucino. Strain
into cups. (If you have an Indian grocery nearby, the best tea is Red Label
brand.) Enjoy!

Steve Runge
Academic Skills Coordinator
St. Lawrence U.
Canton, NY 13617
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-----Original Message-----
From: Laura Symons <[log in to unmask]>
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Date: Wednesday, December 09, 1998 1:56 PM
Subject: Re: Spoken English

>You tell it, brother!  By the way were you asking if we wanted a cup of
>Laura Symons
>Academic Resource Center
>Sweet Briar College
>Sweet Briar, Virginia 24595
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