hist-brewing: RE: hist-brewing digest, Vol 1 #127 - 2 msgs

argyle at excite.com argyle at excite.com
Mon Dec 2 15:12:38 PST 2002


 
Even though I don't care much for the book otherwise, Madeline Pelner Cosman's "Fabulous Feasts" does have a good mulled wine recipe in it. Haven't made it in a few years, but it is quite good.

Argyle

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Today's Topics:

   1. Hot mulled wine (Derich Brauer)
   2. Re: Hot mulled wine (Lars Hedbor)

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From: "Derich Brauer" 
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Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 01:07:05 -0600
Subject: hist-brewing: Hot mulled wine

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Greetings to one and all, I recently attended the Texas Ren. Fest and =
tried some Hot Mulled Wine, does anyone know of a good place for a =
recipie for this? Any help is greatly apperciated! :)

In Service to the Dream,
Derich Brauer                  =20
MKA Chris Conn              =20
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Shire of Stonebridge Keep
Acting Chronicler
Historian
Virtual Scribe
http://geocities.com/stonebridgekeep

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From: "Lars Hedbor" 
To: "Derich Brauer" ,
	
Subject: Re: hist-brewing: Hot mulled wine
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 23:48:23 -0800

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Here's a pretty good one: =
http://home.attbi.com/~lhedbor/julbord/glogg.htm.

- Lars D. H. Hedbor
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  Greetings to one and all, I recently attended the Texas Ren. Fest and =
tried some Hot Mulled Wine, does anyone know of a good place for a =
recipie for this? Any help is greatly apperciated! :)

  In Service to the Dream,
  Derich Brauer                  =20
  MKA Chris Conn              =20
  =20
  Shire of Stonebridge Keep
  Acting Chronicler
  Historian
  Virtual Scribe
  http://geocities.com/stonebridgekeep



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