2014 has been the year of roasted vegetables for me. Carrots. Brussel Sprouts. Onions. Peppers. Kale. Broccoli. Corn. Eggplant. Sweet Potatoes. You name it, I’ve been roasting it.
Why? Roasted veggies make the best summer salads. One of my favorite combinations is this blend of plantains, sweet potatoes and black beans:
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This week, I’m highlighting Pineapple Paradise, a favorite, affordable bulk Green tea from Boston Tea.
The green tea blend, containing Sencha whole-leaf tea with pineapple bits, lemon peel and rose petals is fruity and a bit floral. It is by far, the most attractive and fragrant green tea I’ve purchased. I brew most of loose tea and coffee using a French press. I paid $16 for a 4-cup French press at Starbucks. More recently, I found a 6-cup press via Amazon for $11.
This blend is among my favorites. It’s tasty. It’s flexible. It’s inexpensive. You can get an 8 oz. Resealable Pouch from Amazon for less than $16 from Amazon . It’s a bit more expensive than other brands I’ve featured, but well worth the price. It also makes a good Kombucha. Continue reading