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January 08, 2013

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Nana Diana

Your flowers are lovely-I really wish we had a Whole Foods here in our area. I do just plain ginger in boiling water sometimes with Truvia for sweetner. Your tea sounds good- xo Diana

Dewena Callis

I love to visit Whole Foods flower department. I take my time and sniff and look at everything. Even when I can't buy any I always feel better for having looked. Your picture is so cheerful!

Babs

Your vignette is so warm and cozy and I love Chai lattes. I usually use tea bags, but now I'm going to try your recipe. It sounds lovely.
Popping over from Wow Us Wednesday.
Babs

Cindy

I love Chai tea, thanks for the recipe. Your flowers are lovely and cheerful looking.
Hugs, Cindy

Miss Kitty

Your tea recipe sounds so divine. I have never used fresh ginger...is it just available at a grocery store in the spice section? I saw your post over at the StoneGable blog party.

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest

Ginger is great! We have a hunk of it every morning in our smoothies. Those flowers are so cheerful. I'm sure they brightened your day.

Melanie

It's dreary and rainy here, too. Tea is a wonderful, soothing drink on days like today, isn't it? I like all kinds.

How nice of your sweetie to bring home cheerful flowers!

Gee

Luv your spin on Chai ( means tea by the way) Traditionally in my family, my Uncle makes the Chai, breaks with the entire Punjabi tradition really as kitchen work is mainly a woman thing. But I guess fast forward to the modern day :-)...
Traditionally it is made with milk or cream in a saucepan with the tea leaves, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom.... But you have to stand there at stir and watch for the milk not to boil over. Can't tell you how many times I have had to clean up a mess on my stove. Thsi way... no milk boilover.
Thansk for sharing.
Cheers, Gee
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NFL jerseys

Fragrant smoking swirled around people today dressed in Ravens violet (with a bit of Oriole orange flashing every now and again). Cars completing by quit to listen seeing that music rocked from speakers. It looks like a giant tail gate party and that is certainly what it was, even if the Ravens received already beaten the Cleveland Browns 2316 Thursday evening..

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