A sometimes misguided, but (hopefully) always delicious journey into healthful, natural food.
I would love to have some of this fragrant tea. Enjoy an extra cup for me.
Sorry about the gray day, but this looks lovely - what a beautiful flavor combination, Lucy!
Adorable rich, ripe plum teapot. I love teapots; they are so homey, stalwart and cheerful.
Cynthia, I would never have thought to add the kaffir lime leaves if not for your suggeston!It's odd that we're having such a rainy, grey winter Amanda. The tea is perfect for clearing the mind.Me too Susan; this one is from Morocco. It cheers me no end.
I love this photo! I feel like a cup of tea now...
This sounds wonderful. Another beautiful photograph.I'm seriously into my fennel tea at the moment. Actually, I'm loving fennel in any form!
I love that combination. The first time I had it was in Bali, and they also added honey. It was so good - nourishing and refreshing.
That sounds like a flavor combination that would brighten the greyest of days. Hang in there. The season will end.
That tea looks like a wonderful companion on a gray day!Ari (Baking and Books)
Jaden, I'd love to share one, but ya know...such a long way to go for a cup!Fennel tea? Wendy, you truly are a woman after my own heart! Fennel makes me happy, no matter what way it's served. Going to go downstairs right now and make some tea with fennel seeds. Honey would be a great addition Nora. Never been to Bali, but would love to visit some day. Thanks Christina, love, you are so right. Never thought I'd complain about the dark skies, but it's been constant. Tea's very good. Hello Ari, it's very welcome at this time of the year. Anytime really...
This sounds very warming and soothing! I love the combination! Lovely picture!
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