I know. I’ll make tea. Yes, it is sassafras root. We found quite a lot of it up on the hill where we cut wood. They had pushed over a few sassafras trees so we got the roots, brought them down and made tea. First you wash the root. They usually are pretty dirty.
Then I broke them into smaller pieces. Put into a kettle with water. I used about 1 1/2 qts of water to this amount of roots. Bring water to a boil and let simmer for about 15 min. Then strain the water, add sweetener of your choice and you have a delicious cup of tea. We love it. It is probably Hubby’s favorite.
We went to visit Jessica over the weekend. They have much warmer temperatures than we do. They have some forsynthias that are already blooming. Her Easter lillies are almost ready to open up. We even saw some creeping phlox blooming. Then we came home, temperature was 34 degrees, very overcast. YUCK! We even had a slight dusting of snow this morning. I don’t want to complain though. I am working on enjoying the seasons without complaint. It is still cold but the sun has come out so that makes it all seem so much nicer.
Lunch break is over. Enjoy your day and God bless.