I am a tea drinker. I love tea. Most mornings I usually have 2 or 3 cups of green tea with my breakfast. Later in the day I will have another variety. I always keep fruit tea in the refrigerator. For me I usually have a 1/2 gallon made and I add orange and pineapple juice to it.
When family is visiting I will make a gallon.
My son introduced me a wonderful tea during Christmas. Part of his gift to me was tea from Teteas in Canada http://www.teteas.com/ You can go on there web site to read about them.
He gave me White Tea - Zen Forest (don't you love that name) and Calming Lavender. I plan on placing an order soon.
With this cold weather I am making a lot of soup and chili. It brought back memories of something I used to make through the years. They are so good and you can almost just eat them alone.
One box of oyster crackers (usually 4 cups)
1 cup of vegetable oil or melted butter (I use butter since I am trying to gain a few lbs.)
1 package Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix
Place crackers in a large plastic bag. Slowly pour oil along side of bag. Close and shake well to disperse. I mix the dressing with 1/4 cup lemon pepper - 1 tsp dill and 1/4 tsp garlic powder.
Shake this into bag to disperse seasonings
Spread on a cookie sheet - 15 to 20 minutes until golden brown at 250 degrees - stir about half way through