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Drink soothes a cold, or just a chilly day.

Byline: Kids Cook by The Register-Guard

HELLO, MY name is Kelsey McCornack, and I am 11 years old and in the sixth grade at Jefferson Middle School. I love art, especially mango (Japanese cartoons). I have piles of comic books and "how to draw" books (along with many other books). I love dance gymnastics and sewing, and I play many instruments.

I submitted this recipe because it's fast and you don't have to be precise. I made it for my mom when she had the flu, and it helped a lot. (That's why we call it orange-AID). It's also a good thing to warm you up on cold days.

Orange-AID

1 tablespoon honey

1/2 cup boiling water

Orange juice

Place honey in a glass. Pour in water and stir. Fill glass with orange juice and drink it warm. Enjoy.

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Date:Apr 3, 2002
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