Beef Shrimp 3 Bell Pepper Nacho Casserole Stack & Lemon Curd Flavour Green Tea
Being lazy with a plan. One of easy meals to make, great for the holidays.
Using salsa is a very nice idea for an amazing nacho casserole. If that’s not in an option, also, if you have a thing for gooey goodness with umami from bell peppers, you could try this.
To top it all off, great for fridge & pantry clean out. Give it a go!
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The 23rd day of my Advent tea calendar.
At first, the scent of this tea made me remind of old fashioned lemon squares. Luscious, delightful and inviting something. I still agree with that, partially though. Now, I have a bigger thing to say.
I was not so sure about that the tea is likely something reached out, a session in my best interest, very pleasant experience with a surprise. This blend did it up in the right way. Yes, absolutely better off than as expected. Much more classy, besides, there was something like mesmerizing aftertaste. It got my full attention in there. I felt very refreshed after a little sip, a kind of kick. Still, a wake up call would be a too lame diction for that. This tea was clearly stepping forward to make me focus on the teatime, even so, it was not going to offer me a chance to carry off some graphic dictations. My taste buds were going weak at the knees without a critical hit, apparently.
This is a big deal. GREEN TEA was a really brilliant core design of the blend, it was quite fresh form of comfort I got in my Advent calendar of this year. If black tea takes a featured role in there, well, it could be into nice tea experience of mine. But it will be done by a way of arrangement, admittedly.
For green tea, by green tea, to green tea and so on, by all means. Green tea was being in charge of the entire action. I felt it down to my bones in an inexcusable way.
If you’re a green tea person, it would be a nice place to clarify a window around you.
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