Jun 6, 2017

{Did I tell y'all how much I love my Tea-Coffee Set up?}

I know I have showed you all my little set up for tea and coffee in my little room before right?


 I have so been enjoying a cup of tea in my little room while working on a project or on my computer. My man says that I am just playing house in my room. LOL! 

I've been enjoying my different flavored teas that my friend Debbie Ray sent to me so much.


 I love all the different flavors....
Wish you could smell this brewing.


 This one is my favorite. But I love anything with mint.



Oh so very good.


 I also love coffee. I've been looking for the little filters everywhere for my little one cup pot and figured I was going to have to order some online. But, while shopping at Publix look what I found?


This made me a Happy Camper!

So, I gathered up my coffee stuff for my room.


 I like all different types of coffee as well but my all time go to is Black Silk

Yep, think I have a good little set up with coffee and tea now.


What is really great is that our guest bathroom is right outside the hall from my little room so I can grab water from there. Or I can grab a bottled water from my cabinet from my desk. Either way is good by me. My water from faucet is good old well water so you can't go wrong either way. 


 YEP, think I'm going to enjoy this a LOT! My man has asked, "Do you plan to live in that room? My answer, "It all depends on you! LOL! 

I hope that you all had a great weekend and are having a good week. I surely have. Had a pool party with the girls and grands over the weekend. Done a a little shopping and today I made a bread pudding. 

I hate throwing left over bread, buns or rolls away that is on the verge of being out of date. Most often I freeze them to use later for a recipe or I feed it to the fish in my pond. But, decided to use some left over rolls and make a bread pudding. 



 Here's the recipe should you want to make some.

Simple Bread Pudding: 
 
4 cups of bread cubed.
2 eggs beaten
2 cups of milk
1/4 cup of butter, melted
1/2 cup of sugar
1 teaspoon of cinnamon-ground
Take a small casserole dish, maybe about 1 1/2 to 2 quart one and layer your bread in it. Then take your eggs that has been well beaten and add your other ingredients to the egg mixture and mix well. Pour mixture over your bread and pat it down with hands so the bread will soak the juices in. Bake in preheated oven (350) for 40-45 minutes. 
Add a little vanilla ice cream and WA LA! 

Hoping you all have a good rest of the week and weekend. 

And...look for someone to share Jesus with. I doubt you will have to look too far.


 Hugs and blessings, Cindy
 


 

 

50 comments:

  1. Oh Cindy, I wish I could join you in your darling room. I even could bring my Johnson Bros. matching teacup, and then I'd take a big serving of bread pudding, which is such a favorite of mine. We could have a big, old party!
    I hope you got my email that I sent you...love and hugs to you, sweet friend.

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    1. Awe Kitty, that bread pudding was so good!!! I have not seen an email my friend.But will go back and look.

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  2. I'm copying that recipe and sending to fellow blogger Linda Eller...she has been looking for a simple recipe, smiles. GURLLLLLLLLLLLLL YOU CAN MAKE ME SMILE. I hope the rest of the week is a lovely one, my friend.

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    1. Linda, you can't get much more simple than this recipe!LOL! So good! Thanks for stopping by my friend.

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  3. Oh, how I'm enjoying your little room (not as much as you, I bet, though...;) I haven't sprung it on Jack yet, but next winter when we can't get outside and work I'm thinking my craft room will get a makeover....shhhh, don't tell him, okay! ;-) HOPE you have a great rest of the week, too. Enjoy your babies!

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    1. I'm not telling Jack anything I can assure you! LOL!

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  4. Yes, I do like your tea-coffee set up. Now you can enjoy both while "playing house" in your room. LOL! My Rick loves bread pudding. I haven't made any in so long. Might to need to do that soon.
    Connie Royals

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    1. Thanks Connie. Bread pudding is perfect to me with left over bread, rolls or buns and so quick to make. Wish I had some now! LOL!

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  5. I think your little coffee/tea set-up is great...and I'm so glad you are still enjoying your tea! I only drink one cup of coffee in the morning with my breakfast and don't drink a lot of hot tea in warmer weather. I had to laugh when I read about your answer to your hubby's question about you spending so much time in your little room...I would have answered the same way...LOL! If you're like me, you just need your own space sometimes! Enjoy the rest of your week.♥♥♥

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    1. Yes Debby, I am still enjoying the tea you gave to me. Love it. Hope you have a great day. P.S. Loved looking at those geese standing on the edge of that waterfall! AMAZING!

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  6. Love the coffee/tea set up! The raspberry Earl sounds intriguing. My favorite tea is Earl Grey. I do love to try different kinds of teas. The bread pudding sounds so yummy. Thank you for sharing the recipe! Have a blessed day.

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    1. Melanie, the Raspberry is good too. Wish I could share some bread pudding with you. Hope things are going well for you.

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  7. Good morning, my friend! It would be a delight to have a cup of tea with you {{smiles}}

    Thanks for the sweet post and the sweet recipe! It looks amazing! Hugs to you!

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    1. Stephanie, I think we would do more talking than sipping. LOL!

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  8. Your room is very special and YES, you are playing house! That's what I would call it. I love it!
    The tea and coffee set up is darling. Taking the coffee and creamer out of their original container and putting them into crystal makes it all fancy.

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    1. Ha! Ha! Christine, I am actually more excited that I can open up the closet and find what I am looking for!

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  9. I love you little coffee-tea bar! I have never tried Black Silk, for some reason the name makes me think it might be very strong. Is it? The flavored teas are awesome, I wouldn't mind giving them a try! I so happy for you, that you're enjoying your new 'woman cave.' Hey, does that make hubby a cave man?!!! lol

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    1. Miss Mary , try the black silk . You may be surprised . To me it's not strong but but has a bold flavor . We love it . Me. Marty has his man cave in the barn as he loves to piddle there . So I guess I can have my woman-cave . 😂 Some people live hot tea and I have friends that hate it . That's all my mom will drink , is hot tea . I try to keep her with different flavors but she prefers the regular black tea .

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  10. Your tea/coffee bar is a great idea and looks like it's working out perfectly! I love Mary's comment about your hubby being a 'cave man!' Although it's nice to be together a lot of the time, it's also important to have independent interests and places to spend some quiet or thinking time away from everyone else. Jerry is planning his new shop area. I'm not sure when the construction will begin but since the move, he's missed having a workshop with all of his tools. Wishing you a blessed week, Cindy!! Zenda

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    1. Thsnks Zenda . I'm sure Jerry will be s happy camper when he gets his new shop area . Yes, we all need some time to ourself .

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  11. Yummy....love bread pudding! That looks great. Not a big coffee drinker but I like it every now and again, gotta be flavored though.

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    1. Thanks Pam for coming by . Yes bread pudding is indeed a go to dessert .

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  12. That little room is live able for sure! I like your selection of tea & coffee. I live in my room too, so personal and everything I'm about is so close at hand. Nice!

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    1. Thanks Mary . I'm loving the room for sure . I'll just be glad when I find all my little sweet things for it .

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  13. Coffee and bread pudding sounds so good!!
    I may try your bread pudding recipe with extra Challah bread!!
    Blessings from Japan!

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    1. Give it a try . I need to try some of your recipes .

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  14. Cindy, how nice to have a coffee and tea set-up in your special room. I am so glad you are enjoying and playing house there. Oh, I love bread pudding, thanks for sharing your recipe! Blessings sweet lady!

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    1. Thanks Pam . I have quite a bit left to do but not a lot in the room . But it is usable .

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  15. Cindy I think you are just about ready to move in permanently into that room. Granted it is lovely but the way you have stocked it you'll never have to leave. Lol!! I also love a good cup of American coffee. That's what I call it. Because here in Greece we drink the "Turkish" kind. When I go visiting my kids the first thing I do when I get up is turn on that coffee machine and have that lovely smell permeate the house. Nothing like it. My son is a tea drinker and he must have about 20 different brands in the cupboard. I had to throw some out last time because they had expired.

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    1. I saw the post that you cleaned out the expired tea bags . Lol ! Nothing like American coffee but some of the best coffee I had was when I went to Nicaragua. I brought Some back home and wish I had brought more 😊

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    1. Ha, ha Heather! I have no clue what went wrong with the comment section! Blogger can be so finicky at times.

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  17. How fun to have your coffee/tea set-up in your room. I am not a coffee drinker but the tea looks yummy! Have a great week!

    xo Dianne

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  18. I love that you love your room! I am actually sitting in my room right now too. I think it is good to have some personal space carved out just for us. We earned it and need it! You have inspired me to make a cute little set-up just like you with coffee, tea and maybe a little treat or two too. Bread pudding oh my, we do love that too, my fellow is from Mississippi so he knows good southern food!
    Wishing you a blessed and beautiful weekend!
    xoxo
    Jemma

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    1. Awe you will enjoy a little tea/coffee bar in your room Jemma . Yes, bread pudding is a true southerners go to desert . Have a good day .

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  19. Cindy, I always enjoy the happy positive feeling I get when I visit your blog. :)

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  20. Oh, I love your little coffee/tea bar!! How neat! I always love coming here, sweet friend, and I cannot thank you enough for your precious prayers for my dear niece. Oh, we are so worried today, but we have to keep redirecting our focus to our dear Lord and His ability to heal and save. I am so sorry I don't get to visit your beautiful blog...I have signed up to receive your posts by email multiple times, and for some reason, my silly computer keeps diverting it back to an old email address that is no longer even in existence!! It is something with my settings, and I don't know how to fix it. But, I just tried subscribing under yet another email address, so I am hoping it will go through this time. I feel bad that I don't know when you have posted. You are such a dear blessing to me! God bless you, in return!!

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    1. Cheryl, there's no doubt our Lord has your niece and that precious child in the palms of zHos mighty hands . Logger has totally been messing up it seems . I've had wonen send me personal messages that they still cannot get list by email . Grr...

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  21. Well, with your tea and coffee in your nice room, why would you ever need to leave?! Your little one cup pot is perfect and says, "it's all mine"!! My room is way at the other end of the house from the living room and the Wi-Fi back there is bad, otherwise I would hang out there more often! We need our alone time! Thanks for the recipe. I love bread pudding.

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    1. Ann marie, I love my little one cup coffee pot . Found it at a yard sale for 1$. I've had it a few years as a back up for an emergency situation should mine tear up on me one morning.😊

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  22. What fun! Having your own coffee/tea setup! We love our Black Silk too, but our all-time favorite is Tim Horton's coffee, when we can get it (it's Canadian). Your little tray setup is perfect! My, those teas look so wonderful, I enjoy green tea the most, what a lovely gift you are continuing to enjoy from Debby! Yes, I can see why your little room is becoming more and more a spot you just want to hang out in! My little garden-within-a-garden just lacks electricity, and I might not ever need to leave either, lol! Ha! Have a blessed day my friend!

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  23. Thanks Marilyn for stopping by. Yes, I would LOVE your garden girl!

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  24. Yummy bread pudding? Love your room. I think I will join you since I love both coffee and tea too.... Christine

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    1. Come on Christine. You can tell me all about your wonderful trip while we have tea and coffee. And I will make us some bread pudding!

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  25. Hi Cindy,
    I made it!! Thank you , it was very good, and as you said, simple to make!! And goes perfect with coffee:))
    I wanted to share a photo and Thanks, so I just made a short post.
    I included a link to your site and this post if others want to try it.
    Hope that is ok , if for any reason its not just lmk (let me know!!) Blessings from Japan!!
    https://challahandcherryblossoms.blogspot.jp/2017/06/ps-dear-cindy.html

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    1. So glad you made the bread pudding and liked it. I popped over and was excited to see you had posted a picture of your bread pudding. YAY!

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  26. Cindy, I love your tea set (cup and saucer), as well as the lovely tea assortment that Debbie kindly sent to you! I am a huge fan of tea, as I find it very medicinal and therapeutic, not to mention flavourful and a comfort! And I love all your photos. In case I haven't mentioned it, I love your red background on your blog. It is attractive and easier on the eyes than the traditional white. :) Hope you are doing well, dear friend.

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  27. I wish I could stop by to chat and have a cup of tea with you! I love your tea and coffee set up - it's perfect for whatever time you need to stop and rest with a good, hot cup of something you love! I don't 'do' coffee because it doesn't like me so tea is my fav. I had the same set for teas that your friend sent to you and I enjoyed them to the last drop!
    ~Adrienne~

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Thank you for taking the time to comment on my blog. Have a blessed day!
Hugs and blessings, Cindy