December

December

November 8, 2014

CRANBERRY CAMOMILE TEA WITH HONEY AND VANILLA


“When you acknowledge, as you must, that
There is no such thing as perfect food,
Only the idea of it, then the real purpose of
Striving towards perfection becomes clear.
To make people happy!
That is what cooking is all about.”
~Thomas Keller


The Thankful Table
Nothing warms the heart like gratitude~
And a glorious holiday table. 
So let’s be grateful and bring out your holiday best!



Warm up your guests with this delightful seasonal tea!
Pour hot cranberry juice in your teacup.
Steep one tea bag of Camomile Honey Vanilla tea. Steep for 1-2 minutes!
Add a comfy chair that says, “Come in and sit awhile!”

10 comments:

  1. I forgot to add....I love the lighting. Perfect!

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    1. Thank you so much Maresc! I appreciate your visit today! Happy Autumn!

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  2. Those lovely turkey compotes... (Is that what they are called?)

    Did you ever watch the original Martha Stewart programs? Way back, from Turkey Hill? They were filmed at her home, Turkey Hill, which I loved.

    I had an hour tape of M.S. preparations for Family Thanksgiving. Every year I would watch it. Not that I wanted to try to emulate her. Just that I loved her home, and all the ambiance in it. And watching how she did so many things, so beautifully.

    It was so old, that it was on tape. And now everything is on DVD. -sigh- I should see if it comes on DVD. It really was so much fun, for me to watch, yearly... At Thanksgiving.

    Oh and she used those little turkey compotes, on the children's table, to serve soup, I think.

    Tessa~

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  3. I like chamomile tea, and how interesting to add cranberry juice and vanilla and honey! Yum!

    Deanna

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    1. Please enjoy this delightful tea Deanna...it will warm you up on these chilly autumn days! Hugs!!

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  4. Hmmm, I know I left a comment on this post....

    Concerning Martha Stewart and Turkey Hill and her use of little glass turkey compotes...

    Tessa~

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    1. Hi Tessa....I am currently out of town visiting our grandson so I apologize for publishing your sweet comments a bit late. Yes, I used to adore those shows of Miss Martha at Turkey Hill! Especially those for Thanksgiving! Hope to return to blogging next week! By the way...love your new selfies!

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  5. I'll bring over my pecan loaf! The tea sounds wonderful and with cold weather heading here this weekend, I'm brewing a pot to curl up by the fire and knit--Christmas is coming too fast!! XOXO

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    1. Hi Susan! Visiting Atlanta so I hope to return next week! Sounds wonderful...sitting by a warm fire! Hugs to you!

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