Low Carb Veggie Casserole & Liquorice Mint and Lemon Verbena Infusion Tea with Sugar Free 70% Dark Chocolate
Pantry and fridge clean out for a light dinner. Roasted cauliflowers, carrots, turnips, tomatillos, cilantro, beef gravy, eggs, mixed cheese, artichoke hearts quartered, lime juice, a handful of whole wheat rye bread crumb, a dollop of grated potatoes, lemon juice, pepper and salt.
Gooey, hearty, moist and flavorful yumminess. There are times I think I’m pulling it up leftover makeovers to get what is much more than good value and good stuff. This is what I needed. No waste for taste, full of taste. An important part of my daily routine, what it takes to stay in control.
The 15th day of my Advent calendar.
There’s a new sheriff in town, and her name is licorice mint and lemon verbena infusion! Herbaceous, refreshing and very delightful. Surprisingly, all flavors was putting out their own sweetness afterwards. It has come to licoricish goodness, and it truly was wonderful with sophisticated and lovely swirling. The sweet scent of licorice wafted toward me as my cup of tea brought into the flavor. What an exceptional touch! This tea made me a little lightheaded, and inhale even deeper. Given that I’m not a fan of licorice, you would forget about lozenges in there.
So natural that this tea really went well with dark chocolate. Both extra fine and fine, it will match well with this tea.
Just to note, stevia sweetened dark chocolate would be the very best idea as an accompaniment. Two different sorts of sweetness, they were really talking amongst themselves. Taking around 70% purity of dark chocolate, that would be better I guess. The melting away point of chocolate and the first moment of sweet blossom of this tea jointly made me see another window in the mouth. I really was able to tell that my lips became soft into a smile as that works.
The two was sharing a connection they can’t be free of. That’s the strongest selling point, oh, indeed. I was swooning over it, the way the pleasure falls into my mind. I think I can’t put off thoughts for the very best idea, already settled as a ground in my taste.