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Green tea jigsaw puzzle of the tea being served in clay cups. The tea is served with white flowers.

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Coravee
Nov 28, 2015
A good mystery. Chamomile tea to put me to sleep :)
tshepherd24
Nov 11, 2014
Nice puzzle about green tea. I love almost all varieties of tea.
Rozina1010
Feb 1, 2014
Had me fooled thought it was chamomile tea from the start. Chamomile with honey in it is a tasty tea. Any one for Lorna Doones with your tea? Invitation is open to all you lovely people.
FlyingRoo
Feb 1, 2014
Why thank you Rozina, don't mind if do - just a slice of lemon in my tea, no cookies for me, they contain partially hydrogenated oil, HFCS and artificial flavours, not good eats...
Taffi
Feb 2, 2014
I have to ask...

What are Lorna Doones?
(goes to Google it)
FlyingRoo
Feb 2, 2014
They are shortbread cookies by Nabisco
Rozina1010
Feb 6, 2014
Sorry I did not explain the cookies. There must be a way to make them home made with butter or something from the health food store. Well don't worry anything we eat here at the c4j can't harm us anyhow. Just get comfy and relax. I am still sore from shoveling over 10 inches of snow from yesterday. More to come over the weekend. AAAYYYAAAEEE! I am already weary of winter.
megat
Feb 1, 2014
Woohoo! 2nd place, but only because it is so early, haven't even finished my first cup of coffee. May also be the day for Margarets to excel as gold position is held by a Maggie and my "Sunday best" name is also Margaret (which is a name I have always hated). Quite proud of myself because my son likes the name I chose for him.
pixipixil
Feb 1, 2014
You are lucky to have the name Margaret because there are a plethora of nicknames from which to choose:
Meg, Margo, Maggie, Peggy, Pog, Pearl and Daisy. Rita if you can stretch Margaret into Marguerite.
pixipixil
Feb 1, 2014
I forgot Marge.
dbnc2
Feb 1, 2014
I never liked my name either but I've got so old that it don't matter anymore
Rozina1010
Feb 1, 2014
Add "Margarita" Spanish style.
pixipixil
Feb 1, 2014
Me neither, but you kind of stop hearing your name as a pretty sound and it just becomes a tag.
megat
Feb 2, 2014
It's hard work at Christmas because people I grew up with call me Maggie, friends I made from being 18 years old call me Meg, but relatives always call me Margaret, having been called Meg for over 40 years I have a hard job remembering to give my name as anything else when officialdom ask my name!
pixipixil
Feb 2, 2014
Of all the choices for a nickname I like Meg best...
I guess you do, too and that could be spicy if you're a nut, Meg. Just being silly. I really do like Meg as a name. That and Beth for Elizabeth but not Liz or Betty.
pixipixil
Feb 4, 2014
Hi Megat: I hope I didn't upset you with my teasing. Sure didn't mean to. If I did I'm sorry and won't do it any more.
megat
Feb 5, 2014
No, of course you didn't upset me, my friends often say I'm nutty! I suspect that yours say the same of you too! Lol.
I totally agree with you that Beth is a beautiful name, it just sounds so warm and soft yet strong too.
pixipixil
Feb 5, 2014
Yes, it does, Megat. We would be good at picking names together.
megat
Feb 5, 2014
Wouldn't we just, although my mother would have disagreed with you; when I told her I was calling my son Adam, she said she didn't like these new-fangled names!
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2014
Well, my goodness! Is your mother older than God?
That is funny!
amberjoy
Feb 6, 2014
I am having a blend of green and white tea as I work on my puzzles today!!
CatLadyOKC
Feb 5, 2014
Think I will have a cup of Chai Tea this afternoon to keep me warm!
judipd
Feb 3, 2014
Very refreshing
PATRICIA37
Feb 1, 2014
Please, please don't eat the daisies....
CatLadyOKC
Feb 1, 2014
I'll try not to, but they look so good!
FlyingRoo
Feb 1, 2014
Those are chamomile flowers, a type of daisy that's been used as medicinal herb for a long time...makes a wonderful tea infusion among many other uses. They are perfectly edible, only pregnant women should stay away from them, the cause uterine contractions
CatLadyOKC
Feb 1, 2014
The are much larger than the camomile flower that are in my herb garden, the they do have a wonderful aroma. I always love the aroma from them and my pineapple sage. Also have lavendar, but that will sometimes make me sneeze. I've also read the book "Please don't eat the Daisies" loved it...
FlyingRoo
Feb 2, 2014
There are 2 common types of chamomile, the Roman and the German. The first is a perennial the second an annual. This one looks like the Roman type, with a flattened receptacle and a bit larger...
CatLadyOKC
Feb 2, 2014
Mine is the German, but it will reseed it's self...
the flowers are only about 1/2 inch across. Have had this for many years. Have to bring my rosemary, tarragon & bay laurel in the greenhouse for the winter here. They do not like the ice we get. Have 4" of snow here already this morning and forcast shows that we will be in the low teen and below for 5 days of our 9 day forcast. Glad I brought things in this year. All of my tropical plants get brought into the greenhouse late Sept or early Oct. Was later this year but kept close eye on the forecasts.
PATRICIA37
Feb 2, 2014
These look like daisies to me, Chamomille flower are smaller
CatLadyOKC
Feb 2, 2014
I agree...looks to me the food stylist maybe subsituted them since they are larger for the picture. I also raise daises, several varieties.
PATRICIA37
Feb 2, 2014
CatLadyOKC, do they need a lot of sunshine? I have very large trees that make my yard shady.
CatLadyOKC
Feb 2, 2014
Most herbs like sun, however parts of my herb garden get morning shade due the magnolia tree.
Pick the an area that gets the most sun & see what happens. I use a garden blanket when things are seeding if the wind is up it lets light in but doesn't get the seeds all over your yard. Also we we get up over the 100 mark, I use a shade cloth over even my herbs area, they will get some sun but iy lowers the temp. Last year when we had a long period of 100+ (up to 113) we had some corn still producing but it actually cooked on the stalk.
PATRICIA37
Feb 3, 2014
We usually stay between 65 and 85 all year round, except for some days in winter, but there are few cold days here in Mexico city.
CatLadyOKC
Feb 3, 2014
I would sure give it a try...Our temps flex so bad that gardening is a trick. Some years like this one we have 52+ inches of rain, but normal is about 25 inches. I get info on some of the things I raise from the argricultural college near us or from garden companies off the internet or books from the local library.
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