I got off track with traveling last week, but this week I’m back and have lots to share! 1. NaKniSweMo Completed! You won’t be seeing this sweater on the blog anymore because it’s done. I worked on it on the way out California and finished before we headed home. I LOVE this sweater. I still… Continue reading Friday Five
You might imagine I could get behind a company whose slogan is “Drink more tea, read more books.” The Literary Tea Co. is a purveyor of organic teas “inspired by literary geniuses.” Why not try a cup of William Shakespeare Tea, a blend of black tea with orange peels and rose petals? https://img0.etsystatic.com/060/0/10128914/il_570xN.695573854_3zzc.jpg Or perhaps… Continue reading Literary Tea Co.
My dear friend Ana sent me a link to a blog post the other day about the Novel Tea club. Here you can sign up for a monthly package which will include a novel (romance, sci-fi, fantasy or young adult), a tea, and some other goodies depending on the month. I haven’t given it a… Continue reading Tea and a Book
I was excited to read in our local paper about a new book, Steeped: Recipes Infused With Tea by Annelies Zijderveld. “The book features more than 60 plant-based recipes that include brewed tea or tea leaves as ingredients. Standouts include masala chai pumpkin bread, Earl Grey soba noodle salad and chamomile risotto.” The article… Continue reading Steeped: Recipes Infused With Tea
Last week I read an interesting article in the Tea Tuesdays section of The Salt entitled “The Scottish Spy Who Stole China’s Tea Empire.” The post was primarily about a book: For All the Tea in China by Sarah Rose. The book tells the tale of Robert Fortune, a man from humble Scottish beginnings, who… Continue reading Universi-tea: For All the Tea in China
I don’t know about you, but sometimes when I’m enjoying a cup of tea I want to curl up with a good book and escape. These adorable BookCup book covers would be great if you’re reading a paper book!