The author reminisces about her experiences traveling, particularly about a trip to Prague, where she tried mulled wine on a cold November day. It was the first time she had tasted mulled wine, and she felt revived by its spicy, warm taste. She gives a recipe so that the reader can make mulled wine to try. The recipe includes red wine, orange slices, a few fresh cranberries, sugar, and spices, along with a sprig of rosemary for a garnish.
- Mulled wine helps the author go back to a simpler, fun time traveling in Europe and Prague with her mom.
- Mulled wine requires red wine, an orange, cranberries, cardamom pods, star anise, sugar, and cinnamon.
- To make Mulled Wine, all the ingredients must be combined and brought to a boil before simmering and serving.
“I know that traveling will be different with children — and even without. Because I’ve changed, our circumstances have changed. But I do hope that Bradbury is right. That it’s there for us when we need to get lost a little.”
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