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Tea Time

March 26, 2016
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Starting the day with some strong coffee. It was hard to get out of bed this morning – I didn’t sleep too well :/ Last night we stayed in and decided to make some dinner from freezer finds. Fancy, huh? We had quite the schmorgesborg: fish sticks and broccoli with a Corona Light for me ( I was in the mood for a brew) and chicken nuggets and chicken shu mai for Adam.
  

  

 

broccoli covered in nutritional yeast and minus 2 fish sticks already in my belly

 
We nibbled on Trader Joe’s lightly salted edamame while everything baked. Drizzled with
truffle oil of course – OMG you must try this oil!!! It tastes delicious on edamame, pasta, popcorn, veggies.. So good!!! And a little goes a long way.
  
I can’t believe my eyes. We are watching the new Pee Wee movie on Netflix. Blast from the past to the 80s is fine by me! ( I am an 80s baby 😎) Pee Wee hasn’t aged a bit! Or whoever did his makeup is a genius. Joe Manganiello is in it. Hubba hubba. Sofia is one lucky lady LOL

  
 

 
While waiting for my coffee to brew I decided to make a big batch of iced tea. It’s SO easy! Fill a large pot of water and bring to a boil. Take it off the heat and throw in 3-4 tea bags of your choice and let it steep for 5-7 minutes (you don’t want it to get bitter if it sits longer). Let it cool and pour into a drink container. It lasts in the fridge for a week. Today I made peppermint iced tea. Peppermint aids in digestion and weight loss, reduces inflammation and pain, relaxes the mind and body and boosts the immune system. Drink up!

  
  

Check out this coffee maker we got from our registry- it brews coffee and has a separate hot water heater to make single servings of tea. 

  
What teas are your favorite? Are you a coffee or tea drinker, or both?!

Cheers! xxJ 🍵☕️

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