this is another recipe that i got from my southern gentleman friend. he said this is how is mother and grandmother have always made it, he was from georgia, so if that's not southern then i don't know what is. he says the secret is to use the earl gray te
the first time i made this was when my parents came over to my house for dinner. i was making a hazelnut crusted mahi mahi for dinner and needed the perfect side dish to go with it. well, i had asparagus and hazelnuts, so i decided to throw this togethe
we really enjoy this semi-spicy seitan. cook time does not include cooling time (30-60 on the counter). i like to slice this and lightly fry it on the stove top. it's also good simmered in your favorite bbq sauce.
delicious summer drink. i've seen a couple recipes on this site, but i think mine probably isn't as sweet. it's been described as "a long island iced tea with bourbon." we keep some in the freezer all summer long!
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