English Muffin Sandwiches & Plum, Apple and Cinnamon Infusion Tea with 99% Dark Chocolate Chips
Slow cooker finished roast. Made from orange juice, Osmanthus vinegar, salt and chicken breast. Plus, an over easy egg without oil, fresh basil and arugula.
My partner did a great job as expected. He baked a good array of nice English muffins for me. I always opt to choose my own alternative bread for a meal, he deserves some inasmuch as in making genuine bread. That’s the reason I often take it for the one meal a day period of Advent season.
The eighth day of my Advent tea calendar. Plum, Apple and Cinnamon Infusion Tea.
Hibiscus, Rose hip, Cinnamon, Cloves, Apple, Spiced Plum and others. Unless it was something else, it wouldn’t be able to top a featured role in this table. But it reached out from my standpoint. There is no pace problem at all. The first taste and aftertaste were so closely connected that it’s safe to say designed to a particular modulation in moderation. Considering this kind of tea blend could often be half witted stuff as ‘balance’, it would be just astonishing outcome in itself. Basically, the sweetness as overall flavor is with many different flavors all the way, aside from, cinnamon has been changed up to the heart of the whole, from a kick to ends of it. I did indulge myself with this tea from stem to stern.
Even so, anything but my newfound hobby of skimming out a puzzle that makes me feel interested so much. Not flowery, but familiar. All ingredients are packed into one word in action, the Christmas. It could be a likely naming and sign in the same breath as embracing them. Makes sense, it has been done on purpose or not, either way, it was nice.
Dark chocolate chips would be useful to reduce unwanted food cravings. Getting a slow digesting buffer to keep my composure efficiently for the rest of Advent season.