When asked what I associate with autumn food and drink, I immediately thought of pumpkin bread.
So I was off to make some Jasmine tea that is stored in this fun oriental inspired tin. I added lemon and squeezed.
I am NOT much of a baker anymore, but decided I would give this recipe a try. I can't believe the one loaf took four eggs, but it was SO moist, these two slices almost didn't make their way to the plate intact. The extra piece is for you.
Now at least, I can say I've fulfilled my desire for pumpkin bread. I may make another loaf to drink with cocoa or cider, which I consider more traditional autumn drinks.
Now it's your turn to share your favorite drink related post with us for T this Tuesday. It can be anything, as long as there is something you can relate back to a drink, a cup, mug, coffee or tea pot, painting, sketch, or other artwork whether traditional, hybrid, or digital. Maybe you would prefer to share a book you've read or a movie you've seen that relates to a drink. Maybe a postcard or scrapbook page is more to your liking. Or maybe you shot some lovely photos while you were out and about. Regardless, please share your link below, and Bleubeard, the T gang, and I will be by to visit.
Bleubeard reminds you that your photos can be taken anytime, not just on Tuesday. Squiggles has gone back into hiding, but really enjoyed being the center of attention last week! Please be like Bleubeard and join us, won't you?
Today is Day 3 of AEDM and I created our weekly T Stands For Tuesday link-up party and baked a loaf of pumpkin bread to eat while I sipped my lemon infused jasmine tea.
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