This recipe is. . .kind of intuitive. It's tea. With ginger and honey. So the pictures are boring.
But what you have to understand is that when I made this, it was 19°F outside. It hasn't been that cold here in a really long time, not even when we had this season's "snow," so it was cold, and Dennis was out of town, and I needed some good tea.
And this is good tea.
I forgot to add the lemon the original recipe called for, so I'm just going to leave it out. If you want lemon in it, go for it.
Ginger Honey TeaServes 2 - 4, depending on how much you want
1 tsp. ground ginger1 large strip lemon zest
6 cups water
1/3 cup honey
4 tea bags (I used Earl Gray. Again, use whatever you like.)
In a medium-sized pot, mix the water, lemon zest, ginger, and honey. Bring to a boil. Once it boils, remove from heat and add tea bags. Steep the bags to your desired strength, and remove the bags before serving.