Today’s post is sponsored by Entenmann’s. All opinions are entirely my own.
I had become a tea drinker when I was in high school, thanks to my love for Jane Austen-like novels. There is something so satisfying to me about the clicky clack of cups and saucers. These days, I am mostly drinking tea out of my yeti because I like keeping my tea warm, and once in a while, I will make myself a London fog as an afternoon treat.
London Fogs are usually made by mixing steamed milk, Earl Gray tea, and a little bit of sweetener. This year, I have gotten into making London Fogs using different teas from my tea collection. I made a few weeks ago, and I started making London Fogs out of cinnamon spice tea.
On Thanksgiving morning, I plan on just having a small breakfast of tea and maybe some mini muffins early in the morning so that I can save room for our Thanksgiving feast!
Earlier last week, when I was getting the house ready to host 25 people for Thanksgiving, I took a few minutes to have a cup of tea, and so share some Entenmann’s pumpkin Little Bites® muffins with my youngest son. His favorite color is orange, so he had been asking about them since we bought them at the store. 🙂
I am so thankful for these little muffins, not only on Thanksgiving but on busy weekday mornings when we are running out of the house. This is an easy breakfast. I can give my kids in a pinch, that they can even eat while we walk to the bus stop.
Entenmann’s has a great variety of delicious baked goods; whether it’s their Little Bites® muffins, Entenmann’s® Donuts, or Entenmann’s Pop’ems, they’re all delightful. Right now, you can make your holiday season even sweeter by entering the Happy Thanksgiving Family Feasts with Entenmann’s® Visit Myrtle Beach Sweepstakes.
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Okay, back to this fantastic London fog.
- 1earl gray tea bag
- 1cinnamon spice tea bag
Heat up the water until it is boiling slightly.
Add both tea bags and steep for 5 minutes. Remove tea bags
Add sweetener if desired
Heat up milk and top your tea with milk, and drink. If you have a milk frother, froth the milk.
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What's the one pro tip SF newcomers should know? Reddit weighs in
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Bay Area transplants take note — there are a few things you should know. Everyone's got an opinion on the best advice for fresh arrivals, and there are few places more opinionated than the popular internet forum Reddit.
A recent viral post from NPR member station KQED asked the simple question: What's the one pro tip to offer Bay Area newcomers? The answers ranged from practical (dress in layers!) to ridiculously practical (ask for a raise immediately), with plenty of advice on cost of living, security, the outdoors and the value of a public library card.
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People coming from less urban areas may be surprised that a popular piece of advice is to leave your car unlocked and glovebox open, so potential thieves know there are no valuables hiding for them (or think that you've already been robbed).
Fog.today gets a shoutout for weather advice. For those looking to make new friends, one Redditer suggested volunteering.
For those moving from outside of California who may have been eating inferior burgers their whole lives, one Reddit simply recommends In-N-Out.
Click through the above slideshow to read all of the tips.
Dan Gentile is an SFGATE digital editor. Email: [email protected] | Twitter: @dannosphere
Rise Brewing Co.
RISE Brewing’s London Fog is an organic, nitrogen-infused oat milk latte that’s made with Earl Grey Tea. This is the company’s first non-coffee offering and adds to its growing selection of oat milk based beverages.
In addition to being USDA Organic, London Fog is vegan and contains 100 calories, 4 grams of fat, 8 grams of sugar (none added), and 25mg of caffeine per 7 ounce can.
As for the liquid, we’ll start by explaining that a “London Fog” is traditionally a blend of earl grey tea, vanilla, frothed milk, and, optionally, honey. In this case, they’ve opted to go with oat milk and a nitrogen-infused formulation in place of frothed milk. The body of the drink features notes of black tea, bergamot (which, when paired with black tea, makes Earl Grey), and oat milk. Finally, there’s a touch of sweetness, which we can only assume is from the oat milk as there’s no added sugar.
The end result is a really easy drinking product that’s quite enjoyable and has a slightly milder flavor profile than RISE’s cold brew coffee SKUs. It’s a very nice showcase for both the brand’s oat milk and for its ability to create nitro-infused beverages with lower caffeine and a modest amount of calories and sugar.
On the packaging side of things, this product follows the same format as the company’s other latte products. This starts with the RISE Nitro Brewing Co. logo atop a sun / sun rays image that takes up the upper third of the front panel. From there, there’s a band across the middle with the flavor name, which is immediately attractive when first looking at the can. Lastly, there's the lower half of the can, which has the full product description, a Big Ben silhouette and the USDA Organic logo.
While this looks good, we do have a few bits of constructive feedback. First and foremost, since this is the only non-coffee SKU, we wish that “tea” stood out just a bit more than it presently does. Second, which impacts the first, this product has the longest name of any of RISE’s nitro lattes. This impacts the readability of the front of the can and also makes it a bit harder to digest exactly what this drink is.
Minor criticism aside, we are definitely impressed with what RISE has created with London Fog. It’s both a great tasting product and proof that RISE has to further expand their nitro offerings beyond just coffee.
Product RatingsSours: https://www.bevnet.com/reviews/rise-brewing-co/rise-brewing-london-fog
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twitter announced today that it will be removing its implementation of stories dubbed “fleets.” the feature was either loved or hated by twitter users since its initial release last year.
this short-lived feature, which was released in november of last year, will be removed on august 3. twitter acknowledged the controversial nature of the snapchat/instagram clone with the farewell tweet. notably, there was no fleet from the main twitter account announcing the departure of the feature, only a standard tweet.
in the goodbye, the company said it is working on “new stuff.” one can hope that they add the ability to edit tweets, in addition to the new edit audience and monetization features.
in a more detailed blog post, twitter shared that it hoped fleets would make people more comfortable posting onto twitter. as fleets disappear, some of the fleet creation features, like gifs and stickers, will be implemented into the standard tweets composer.
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