During "Hot Tea Month" drinking hot tea helps sweep away cabin fever and the cold weather blues. Suffrage Wagon Cooking School highlights recipes that the womens suffrage activists may (or may not) have used when they relied on tea parties and receptions to get out of the house and do what needed to be done for their freedom. It took 72 years from the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 to 1920 with the passage and ratification of the 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Which is why celebrations over hot tea and sweets carries on the tradition today with women voters who understand their history and want to celebrate it. Chef Cutting is featured in this lesson from Suffrage Wagon Cooking School.

For more information:
suffragewagon.org
womenssuffrage.org
letsrockthecradle.com
suffragecentennials.com

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