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a hot cup of tea

Cozy tea time | photo credit Melissa Deakin{via}

This past weekend, T-man and I decided to try a restaurant called True Food Kitchen. The menu is based on Dr. Weil’s anti-inflammatory diet, which is intended to help counteract the root cause of many chronic diseases. Interesting, but really I just love their motto:

At True Food Kitchen, we want you to feel better, live longer,
and make your mouth happy in the process.

Although I failed to get any photographic evidence, they definitely achieved that last part.

And then, at the end of the meal, we did something we never do — we both decided to order hot tea. Somehow with the fall chill in the air and the healthy food we’d eaten, it just felt like the right kind of nightcap. {Our indulgent Friday night may’ve also been a factor in that decision…}

As it turns out, 2-4 cups of tea per day is recommended as part of the anti-inflammatory diet, so they don’t mess around when they serve it. The teas came in individual teapots on fancy platters with big mugs and the most delicious honey I may’ve ever had. A nice presentation always helps build your enjoyment, right?

We each probably had 2-3 cup-fulls of tea and really indulged in it. We stayed talking long after the meal was over, digesting {I assume} and enjoying the coziness of our teas. There’s no other way to describe it except incredibly lovely.

A cup of tea is the best
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So now I’m totally set on drinking more hot tea. No, not to the point of giving up my morning coffee or anything crazy like that, but a hot cup of tea to end the night? Sign me up.

Yummy tea time | credit to 88 forever{via}

Here’s to the cozy, comfort and warmth that tea brings. Oh, and maybe a new teapot.

Cup of tea and a great blanket | credit to LinenMe
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Mug from WeAreBreadAndJam on Etsy
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Craving tea? | Old Country Cottage
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Inspired to drink more tea yet?

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