Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Orange, Cinnamon and Honeydew Tea, and the winner of the J.Friend honey giveaway


Photo and Recipe by Alessandra Zecchini ©


Well, it isn't a tea as such, maybe just a hot drink? But very nice! Squeeze the juice of one orange into a cup, top with boiling water, add a teaspoon of honey (I used beechwood honeydew) and stir with  cinnamon quill. Nice and "Christmasy"!


And now the winner of the J.Friend and Co Honey competition. Thank you to all that took part, sorry for those of you who live overseas (I couldn't include you in the draw) and congratulation to David!!

David, please send me your mailing address (alessandra at clear dot net dot nz) and I am sure that in the end you will share the honey!!!



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There were 38 items in your list. Here they are in random order:
1.             David
2.             Johanna
3.             Peasepudding
4.             Zazie
5.             Andrea
6.             Cheryl
7.             Vanille
8.             Luca
9.             Couscous…
10.         Judith
11.         Timefor…
12.         Olliik
13.         Hope
14.         LaVally
15.         Shelley
16.         Makedomum
17.         Kate
18.         Sirley
19.         Transparency
20.         Ostetrica
21.         Whaywood
22.         Mairi
23.         Amber
24.         Timelyland
25.         Boi
26.         Janine
27.         Amanda
28.         Sugar
29.         Aftertaste
30.         Rod
31.         Nardia
32.         Martina
33.         Gemma
34.         Plum
35.         Athena
36.         Pilgrim
37.         Louise
38.         Cynthia
Timestamp: 2011-11-15 00:52:10 UTC
 And if you missed out, and live in NZ, please remember that there is also this book giveaway, just put your name down by tomorrow!




18 comments:

  1. That teal looks great!

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  2. Ciao Ale, mi piace il tuo tè...buona giornata.

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  3. Ciao Max, mi hai ricordato che in tè ci vuole l'accento! Ciao!

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  4. Che piacevole the che ci hai proposto!!! e complimenti al vincitore.....peccato per noi così lontane non poter partecipare al giveaway!!

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  5. La tua ricetta mi riconcilia con il tè, che non amo particolarmente, o meglio.....sento che potrei, ma devo ancora trovare quello giusto!!
    se hai tempo, vieni a fare un giro nella nostra sezione di Natale e dimmi cosa ne pensi...grazie, baci

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  6. tè e the... allora si scrive in due modi in italiano?

    Franci, vengo subito :-)

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  7. Just the thing for a damp irish day,

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  8. Io che amo tè e tisane....non posso che apprezzare questa bella variante!!!baci

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  9. Congratulation to David, the lucky one !

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  10. Congratulations to your winner. You asked about holiday plans. We will be having 16 people for dinner. That would have meant 32 double cut lamb chops or 2 whole "king" salmon. Both are specialty items and either choice would have cost close to $150. I chose the path of least resistance and decided on the pork. Blessings...Mary

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  11. 16 is a lot Mary, yes it is wise to keep the costs under control :-)

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  12. Amo il tè, in tutte le sue versioni... io lo preparo con buccia di arancia, pepe rosa e cannella. Un abbraccio, Chiara.

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  13. mi immagino già con la mia tazza calda tra le mani ad assaporare il profumo di questa bevanda! Noi siamo della provincia di Varese :) e ovviamente ti aspettiamo!

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  14. @ Chiara, mi sembra buonissima la tua versione :-)!
    @ Lo, non so quando passeremo da Varese, ma ti faro' sapere :-)

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  15. Grazie Alessandra, e grazie a tutti per i complimenti!

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  16. Lovely :) And the beechwood is my favourite, great flavour & I just love that dark amber hue :)

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