Sometimes a mid-week school day off does wonders for well-being. It also made Tiffany and I head out for an early breakfast (can’t fake out that body, which is used to rising early) where, naturally, we bumped into other teachers doing just that. But it was the mini tea servers that got us for good.Continue reading “day off, 9.29”
Gulping tea like crazy before a good friend’s house party tonight, in the hopes it will miraculously cure me. And yes, this teapot brilliantly has its cup and saucer attached just below.
This summer, I’ve been tasting and gulping a lot of different kinds of teas, thanks in part (or entirely), to this downright adorable little pop my Mum bought me. Not only is it mustard yellow, but the teapot sits nicely atop a little tea cup–just perfect for one, and one cup. I adore it. What’sContinue reading “Gee, tea…”
Compared to the amount of coffee I consume, tea doesn’t have a grand shake in the game. However, after seeing snaps of the latest Steven Smith endeavor, I just wanted to scoop up endless amounts of his teas. You’ll take one look at these gorgeous teas and certainly fancy yourself with a cup. Plus, theContinue reading “Gee, more tea!”
I’ve always had a slight addiction t citrus, but I think it’s increasingly becoming a problem. For the record, the giant (seriously, jumbo!) Naval oranges available in all the markets around these Boston parts of late are so delicious, it’s undeniable. The giant Navals have quite a robust, oft thicker skin than their smaller counterparts,Continue reading “And everyday that I’ve been good…I get an orange after food?”
Ah, the incredible words of Saki make me want you to tell me things over a cup of tea. Or wear my “Saki” badge. Either way. In an effort to aid my poor health of late, I’ve taken to tea, something I used to drink much more than I do these days, always prefering theContinue reading ““Find yourself a cup of tea; the teapot is behind you. Now tell me about hundreds of things.””
That statement was made by Ben Franklin, who wasn’t ever President of the United States, though many people seem to think he was. He did, however, become Postmaster General, so that’s something. Anyway, Ben brings us to today’s post about Tom Standage’s A History of the World in Six Glasses. This book has been onContinue reading ““There cannot be good living where there is not good drinking.””