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Saturday, December 14, 2013
My Love Affair with Chai!
So on cold winter nights when we would go to the movies at The Oaks, I discovered chai made by the owner's wife. I never got her recipe and they sold the movie many years ago. It was wonderful. It was spicy, milky and sugary. Delish! I had milk in tea in England when I was a young girl so it brought me back to visiting England for me. Since then I have had lots of chai. Some great and some not so great. The K cup chai is not so good! Besides the chai recipe I got yesterday, I have wanted to try some chai choices from Mother Earth Living. So in the coming days, I'm going to try some of these chai recipes that I have collected and let you know how they are and share the recipes if they are good. Recently I have been drinking The Rosemary House's chai called Rosemary's Chai. You need to call to order it. It has a smooth spiciness to it. It is one of my favorites. I also love Fortnum & Mason's chai as well.
We have large wet snowflakes coming down. The snow didn't start as early as they thought, but it did arrive and we have a couple of inches at least on the ground. So I hope you have a cup of tea or coffee if it is cold where you are. Hope you are having a great day. Just took a lemon verbena bread out of the oven. Less likely to eat it all unlike the cookies! Lemon verbena cookies are a dangerous food group!