Source: Refrigerator Oatmeal
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Iced Green Tea by Nancy Minnich Manubay. I had the wonderful experience of being invited to visit with a good friend and her family while they where living in Shanghai, China. They were gracious enough to fly me there and entertain me for a week. I am so thankful to them for giving me the experience of exploring another culture, and of course getting to spend time with them and their children. It was truly a great experience, thank you!
Flash forward to January of 2012, when my then fiance, John, and I moved in together five months before our wedding. Both in our late 40’s, and having lived alone for most of our adult lives, this was certainly a challenge. Especially for two adults with many different tastes.
Which pictures would we hang on the wall and where? Who would use what room for an office? Every time my husband would ask where something of his would go, I would reply, “In your office.” At one point he finally said to me, “There are so many things in my office, there is not room for me in my office!” At least we were able to laugh about it.
One surprising thing we argued about was which teapot would sit on the stove, his or mine. In my mind this was insane, since mine was clearly nicer!!! After a visit to his sister, the problem of the teapot was solved. She had a really cool electric water kettle on her counter, which we used to make our tea.
Thus my love for the Capresso water kettle began. There is no longer a need for a teapot on the stove or arguing over which one. Win-win!
Iced Green Tea
4 c. boiling water
4 green tea bags (I use two regular and two decaf)
3 t. sugar (optional)
2 quart pitcher filled with ice
cocktail umbrella and straw (also, optional)
1. Boil 4 c. water and add the tea bags. Steep for about 5 mins.
2. Remove tea bags, add sugar and stir. (if preferred, omit sugar or adjust to your taste)
3. Pour tea over ice into a 2 quart pitcher, adding water if necessary to fill the pitcher.
4. Stir and serve over ice.
Source: Refrigerator Oatmeal
Source: Breakfast for Dinner
I have always been a fan of breakfast food any time of the day. Tonight I got home later than usual and had to scrounge for something quick and lite for dinner. This veggie omelette is made with one whole egg and two egg whites, so it is packed with protein for less calories. I don’t like to omit the yolks completely, since they are packed with vitamins and nutrients.
1/3 cup diced vegetables, such as onion, bell pepper, mushrooms, broccoli
1 t. butter
1 whole egg
2 egg whites
1 T. milk
Salt and Pepper to taste
2 slices deli cheese, such as Cooper Sharp Cheese (optional)
1. Saute veggies with butter in a non-stick pan on low to med heat until tender and caramelized.
2. Whisk together the eggs, milk, salt and pepper and add to the veggie mixture.
3. Cook on low to med heat until omelette is almost cooked through.
4. Using a large spatula, flip omelette over and add cheese if desired.
5. Cook for another minute, then fold omelette over itself and move to a serving dish.
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