Yay, the title fits the bill! OK everyone, drink up! Janine, that cappachino (spell, lol) sounds scrumptious, lots of cinnamon on mine svp!
Virgil - thanks for correcting me; I only glanced through that section of the book. I did think it was steamed milk though. I will have to review that part. Anyway, cappachino (spell lol ) is yummy and it is mostly a lot of steamed milk, (frothy) and I love it when I do break down and make it...so come on over, Kiz; I am cracking out the cinnamon now!
Thanks for enlightening me on the subject of 'latte'.
By the way, the spelling is cappuccino. Love it, whatever the spelling.
I just finished a spicy cup of Indian tea. So good ....
Barbara, thanks for the correct spelling. I spelled it right a few posts back but then when Kiz spelled it with an 'a' I thought that must be right...finally we know for sure just how to spell it. I wish I had some brewed up right now to drink, but it would keep me up all night.
BulletproofDork, that tea sounds so good...hummm....I am sure it would do my stomach in, but in cyberspace I could certainly enjoy a cup. What ingredients/spices does it contain?
Remember I'm a teacher. I will do that kind of thing ...
Barbara, that is so true...but thanks...it is good to have you here to correct our silly spelling mistakes - I am the worse offender, but I keep a dictionary near the computer at all times. I was actually hunting now to for an add-on in Vista's Gadgets - spelling - for my desktop. Yahoo has a cute Widget called Spelling Bee; when you get the word right the tiny bee circles the window. I used to have it. I should try and add that one to my Vista sidebar, but not sure it will accept a Yahoo one. I wish I knew more about PC's and Windows Vista, I had XP so learning a new system is taking me some time. I just muddle along....and hope I am doing the right things.
Oh I just had an herbal tea just before bedtime. Tasted mostly peppermint.
I love peppermint tea. Maybe you had the Sleeptime mix. haha - hope you sleep peacably, V.
I like drinking red tea mixed with some peppermint leaves...tastes great