Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Chop Chop Vietnamese Sambos

I was exercising a lot of self-control trying to take pictures before digging in.

On one of my Friday lunches, I decided to head to Chop Chop which is a sandwich place in the city. They are WILDLY popular for their Vietnamese Sambos and they are all out by the time it hits 3pm, I'd say. So anyway, what I like about this place is the simplicity, it's all about the food. They have quite a few Sambos including chicken, Thai beef, tuna, and egg. They also put their own flare on these traditional goodies. Oh, and they have specials every Tuesday! Instead of paying $6 for a sambo, it's 2 for $10!

I've been rambling about Sambos, but what is a Sambo? It's a VIET thing- a fantastic bread roll with various cold cuts, pate, coriander, tangy veggies, and a nuoc pham which is a special sauce. It's beyond awesome. 

The Chicken Sambo
First up is the Chicken Sambo. The chicken is amazingly tender and well-seasoned with what I'd call a light country style dressing. A ton of fresh veggies including carrots, cucumber, and lettuce are present to balance the Sambo. The bread is absolutely delightful, Vietnamese rolls are really indescribable. They're crunchy yet dense, UGH it's LOVE.

The Thai Beef Sambo
Next up is the Thai Beef Sambo, the dressing is zingy and delivers a completely different note compared to the chicken one. The beef is not as tender as I would have wanted it to be. Nevertheless, it was a good sambo, and for some reason this one was packed more than the chicken one. 

Oh, I forgot to mention the pate, maybe it's because it didn't really play that big of a part in the overall Sambo. How pitiful. But I do love how delicate all the greens are chopped even though these pictures might now show much.

The thing is, the Sambos were good, but not INSANELY GOOD, I think there are better ones out there. Case and point, Cabramatta Vietnamese Sambos. Cabramatta is the place to be when it comes to Vietnamese goodies. It's just packed with rows and rows of crazy authentic restaurants and Asian groceries. Last time I went, I had the BEST pho and pork roll (sambo). I'd definitely go back for more, very very very SOON. CABRAMATTA is LEGENDARY.

I wonder what goodies I'll have this Friday.

Chop Chop- Your Sandwich Shop
36 York St.
Sydney, NSW 2000

Monday, August 30, 2010

Sunday Lunch

Yesterday, my family had lunch at Golden Bay. Golden Bay's this fairly new Chinese restaurant that's giving Gloria Maris/Choi Garden a run for their money. I usually hate eating Chinese but lately my Friend and I have been hitting Gloria Maris rather often, and I've become quite hooked. So it was a real pleasant lunch for me!

First off, we had lobster sashimi. It was actually a two-way lobster (just like a Peking duck can be two-way). So the sashimi was part 1. :)

The lobster's freshly killed (sad, i know. But I suppose all's fair in the field of gastronomy) and chopped up and put on ice! Very fresh and extremely delicious. 
Mr Lobster says, Bonjour!
I found the tail very pretty. I wanna make a lobster necklace someday. 
Pretty AND tasty.

What the sashimi looks like.

The flesh is chewy and clean tasting. It tastes just the way it looks! My dad and brother LOVE lobster so they thoroughly enjoyed this. I did too! 

We also ordered different dimsum selections like the Hakaw and Siomai. Golden Bay's got really great dimsum! I especially loved the fried shrimp wantons!!!

Crispy and shrimpyyy
We also had radish cake (which i looooove). Radish cakes are usually served in larger portions, but in Golden Bay they're chopped up into small square cubes, thus making them crunchier! So good. I love radish cake everywhere, but most especially at Golden Bay.

The one fluke of our meal was the shrimp rice rolls. I think their flour was spoiled or something because it tasted funny and we just returned the dish.
Sad face

We also ordered eggplant hotpot! I am such an eggplant fan and don't understand how some people hate it. The eggplant hotpot at Golden Bay was spectacular, maybe even a bit better than Gloria Maris'.
Gone in 10 minutes.
We also had some abalone with the abalone sauce. Good, tasted like abalone. Hehehe

The lobster congee was then served. I LOVE CONGEE. Congee is like high up on my (very long) list of favorite foods. I LOVE CONGEE. One of my favorite types of congee is lobster congee, so as you may guess, I totally loved this.

One big pot. I could've finished it all!
Picture does it no justice.
Last up was the dessert. We usually get the mini pumpkin cakes but they were unavailable at the time so we tried their egg tarts instead. I'd never tried their egg tarts and turned out they were VERY GOOD! The crust was very sweet and caramel-ish at the edges. :D The malay cakes (those brown things below) were also sweet and tasty!



Last Saturday my friend and I went to Inagiku for lunch. Inagiku's a super DELISH restaurant in Makati Shangri-la that serves up the most insanely orgasmic lunch buffets on weekends. It is one of my ultimate favorite restaurants (the others being Jollibee, Uno, Cyma, and Ocean Empire in HK, but let's stick to the very tasty topic on hand). If you are a Japanese food freak like I am (if the Japs've got one thing down pat, it's their food. Otherwise... well, raping Nanjing was a bad, bad, bad thing to do. But I'm not holding grudges! People of Japan, I <3 you.) you have not lived until you've tasted Inagiku. I've yet to try their a la carte (I ALWAYS eat buffet. I'm a pig like that) but I can bet my Chanel (I was supposed to say "soul" instead of "Chanel" but it would be quite tragic and devastating to lose one's soul) that you'll lovelovelove the buffet.

They automatically serve you their AWESOME tempura (best ever) and miso soup and green tea. I love their green tea. Very clean tasting!

Anyway... on this particularly lovely afternoon I headed straight to the sushi/sashimi section. Not exaggerating but just WRITING this makes my mouth water!!! Anyway here's my first plate: tons of salmon and under sushi stuff I can't identify (A pig is a pig is a pig! We just chew and swallow, albeit gleefully)

Oh Yeah.

I went back for my other favorite sashimi-- uni! Uni's actually raw sea urchin. Sounds icky but is very, very tasty... Buttery and sweet and heavenly.

Next up I got my WAGYU. Oh my. FOODGASM on every level. The tastiest, juiciest, beefiest chunks of beef. EVER. EVER. Now, if you look to the left of the picture below, you'll see things that in no possible way resemble beef. Those happen to be DEEP-FRIED soft shell crab!!!! Tell me, what could be better?!?! Sashimi, wagyu, and deep-fried soft shell crab, as much as you can eat?! I swear, when I become damn stinking rich, I am going to treat everyone (especially the poor) to a nice buffet lunch at Inagiku. Everyone must experience the JOY of being able to eat as much soft shell crab, wagyu, and sashimi as they like. If I am ever a Ms Universe candidate (riiiight) that would be my one wish!
This is what heaven looks like.

Crab, part 2.

Moving on... We also had the soup thing below, forgot what it's called. :D Tasty too! And a rather pleasant change after you've eaten pounds and pounds of steak and seafood.


Also tried their wagyu burgers. Not worth the tummy space, if you ask me!

Finally we had dessert-- green tea, wasabi, and vanilla ice cream. And the ever-present-in-buffets fondue. I loved how they served strawberries to dip in the fondue, though! Usually it's just tropical fruits.

Wasabi and Green Tea ice cream. So good!

If you can see the tiny black flecks-- hello, vanilla bean!

I got so full and dizzy after, I felt like I was about to explode. I also gained 6 pounds. NOT KIDDING! 

P.S. I finally took out my old Cybershot. Thus the improvement in picture quality :)

Friday, August 27, 2010

Friday Stress Relievers

Last sem, I would often find myself just overly indulging in uni. I'd buy right away the food that i'm craving for without a single thought. My favourites include a toasted ham & cheese croissant, viet pork roll, chai latte, and the occasional kebab and chips.

Irresistible Blueberry
Cream Cheese Bagel
Oozing Cheese

Glad to say, this sem I've been paying more attention to what I eat. Usually, I don't buy food in uni anymore. I have Brekkie Brunch before heading to uni. Today, I counted as a FREE DAY to reward myself since I've been going through stress oh, plus, lack of sleep. This morning, I had to snooze my clock a couple of times. I hate early classes, they're destined for doom and I don't get to eat great brekkies. 

In between classes, my friends and I headed to the coffee shop in uni, I was tired and hungry. I just had to grab a chai latte and a blueberry bagel with cream cheese. Oh goodness. The chai was quite bland and needed an extra punch! The bagel on the other hand had perfect harmony between the sweet and salty. The texture was fantastic too, it was toasted for crunchiness, I love the brown slightly burnt bits. Inside, it was chewy and soft. I gobbled the whole thing up and I was filled with glee. 

After classes, I headed to the city. I was extremely exhausted because I got little sleep the night before. I felt like cheering myself up, so I went to Big Bite to grab a sandwich. From what I've heard, the sandwiches there are massive- as BIG as my head, no joke. I've gone there a couple of times before, but I've always been unlucky, they're cleaning up each time I arrive. Today was different though, I got there just in time, a few pieces of bread were left, I was overjoyed. I quickly looked the menu, I observed that all the sandwiches they had has the standard fillings of basil oil, rocket, mayonnaise, tomato, and sweet pea shoots. I was planning to get the rare roasted beef but they only had Spicy Chicken, Grilled Lemon Chicken, and Chicken Schnitzel. So, being health conscious and all that, I opted for the Grilled Lemon one since I was in no mood for something spicy. 

The staff was very friendly and nice. They're mostly old Greek ladies, very charming and they make you feel at peace- they lightened up my day. 

Grilled Lemon Chicken Packed with Veg Sandwich
I controlled my urge to savagely chomp my sandwich once it was in my hands. I waited until I got home so that I could take pictures and slowly enjoy my feast. There wasn't any particular aroma that lingered in the air when I opened the foil package. But I was amazed at the size of the sandwich, it was absolutely massive. The filling looked like they wanted to pop out of the sandwich, it was that loaded. The chicken wasn't as moist and juicy as I expected it to be. On a positive note, it was very well-seasoned, the flavour of lemon and pepper completely came through. The veggies contributed a whole different sense of freshness. The mayonnaise tied everything together, it had a slight hint of horseradish I'm thinking to echo the pepperiness of the rocket. The ultimate highlight of it was the bread, it was dense, I think it was Turkish Bread, so good.

Big Bite
Shop 3, 250 Pitt St
Sydney, 2000

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

a little FIGHT CLUB

I am becoming such a CHUCK PALAHNIUK fan. He is awesome!!! I started with RANT, which is perhaps the best book ever written (but I always say that whenever I finish something new :D ) and now I'm onto Fight Club.

Brad Pitt plus Edward Norton, bringing to life a Palahniuk novel. How could it go wrong?
I have yet to finish the movie (I was not yet enlightened of Palahniuk's genius and thought it was just a blood, gore and testosterone film) but I am UTTERLY loving the book! It was love at first LINE: "Tyler gets me a job as a waiter, after that Tyler's pushing a gun in my mouth and saying, the first step to eternal life is you have to die."

Now you see how perfect this book is for someone like me (I happen to dream of growing balls!)

Later on, Palahniuk writes:
"What Marla loves...is all the things people love intensely and then dump an hour or a day after. The way a Christmas tree is the center of attention, then, after Christmas you see those dead Christmas trees with the tinsel still on them, dumped alongside the highway. You see those trees and think of roadkill animals or sex crime victims wearing their underwear inside out and bound with black electrical tape."

Is that not poetic, with a capital P? In short-- Marla would have loved the Giving Tree when The Boy had grown tired of it (this is a reference to a famous children's book, duly entitled The Giving Tree). Marla would have loved you when your girlfriend got sick of your face.

And later on, as the narrator gets into the adorable habit of making nutty haikus:

"Watching white moon face
The stars never feel anger
Blah, blah, blah, the end"

You may condemn me as being illiterate and not having a grip on what real canon literature is but I will say it anyway-- this is one of the best poems I've ever read.

If you want to have a taste of Palahniuk's writing before buying one of his books, I recommend you read his internet short story, Guts (this was introduced to me by my friend James) but keep in mind that he is usually more poetic in his novels :)

Monday, August 23, 2010

A Taste Of Shanghai

So this evening, my family and I had dinner at A Taste Of Shanghai in Eastwood. I usually despise chinese food because it just constantly serves as a reminder of Gloria Maris Chinese birthday celebrations. It's never fantastic because my relatives constantly scoop mounds of food on my plate, I never like any single bit of it and yet they constantly insist that I clean my plate. :(

But in this case, I like the food at this place, it's authentic and above all things, awesome.

Pork Dumplings/ Xiao Long Bao
I reckon the pork taste is too intense to the point of revolting, I was thinking probably the meat wasn't fresh enough. The dimsum wrapper is nicely made, it's hand-crafted- how skilled those people are. The juice in the little parcel is savoury and perfect.

Pork Dumpling Buns
These are buns of happiness. It's one of those things that I randomly crave for. It's too good to pass up when you visit this place! The juice within is abundant, you can literally stick a small straw inside and sip all the goodness. The buns are thick and chewy, I'll die of contentment. I burnt my lip and tongue because I was too excited to eat it all up.

Sweet and Sour Fish
I know the fish looks absolutely immaculate. And to even make it even better, there are prawns, peas, and pine nuts too! The sauce was vibrant and inviting, I guess. But for some reason, this dish just didn't work for me.

Honeyed Prawns
Ooey gooey prawns. Is there anything not to like? ABSOLUTELY NOT. These crunchy sticky morsels just kept me heading back for more.

Sweet and Sour Soup
Yet another sour item for dinner. The soup has a rich brown color. It has a bountiful mix of mushrooms, tofu, and bamboo shoot. The balance of sweet and sour elements in this soup are nonetheless, stunning. Adding a bit of black vinegar just enhances the flavors even more!

Szechuan Chicken
Once this dish arrives on the table, the combined aroma of chilli and pepper fill the air. It may be quite intimidating with the scorched chilli but it's wonderful. I absolutely felt the tingling sensation that the Szechuan Peppercorn gave once I ate quite a bit, my gums became a bit numb, but it was just so fragrant and flavorful that I had to have more. On top of that, the chicken was cooked perfectly, it was moist. After this dish, the heat of the chilli and peppercorns just played around in my mouth, it was hot, but positively worth every bit.

A Taste of Shanghai
200 Rowe St
Eastwood 2122 NSW

Sunday, August 22, 2010

La Creperie

Went with my friend to La Creperie the other day. I was in the mood for some crepes but we ended up NOT getting crepes!

Delish frozen hot chocolate with the lovely bracelet my even lovelier friend Robyn gave me  


First up we ordered frozen hot chocolate. I am a hot chocolate freak, and an even bigger frozen hot chocolate freak. I loved it! It was marvelous. The chocolate was thick and chocolatey without being too sweet, and the whipped cream was nice and rich and creamy and not at all sweet (I am obviously and unfortunately becoming old, the way I have begun to be averse to sweet things!)

As for the bracelet, it's one of my ultimate favorites. I do bazaars, and my friends usually go to hang out and support me. During one particular bazaar, I fell in love with this bracelet! But it was way over my budget (was broke at the time)... Before I went home, my dearest friend Robyn gave me a small package... and inside was the bracelet! :) One of the sweetest gifts I've ever received, really. :)

In lieu of having some of the seemingly nosebleed-inducing (too chocolatey! "YA DYET" hehe) crepes that were available,  (they had this brownie inspired crepe. Like, what a brownie would be if it were reincarnated to become a crepe) we decided to order an omelette, to share! It was recommended for 2-3 people and very, very tasty!
t-t-t-tasty tasty
I am a huge egg eater (as I have mentioned before, I am undaunted by the threats of cholesterol). This very delish omelette had bacon, onions and jalapenos in it, and was topped with cheese. It was cooked in a cast iron pan, baked to perfection! I enjoyed every single bit of it! And I'm a finicky eater.
Browsing through the wedding magazines in the cafe, I saw a picture of a wedding cake that very much reminded me of you, Bru! :) Can't wait to see you in November. :)

The Red Velvet with Cream Cheese Frosting

My epic red velvet that failed because it fell.
It looks like pac man now.
Yesterday it was my cousin's birthday and I decided to make her a cake. I debated what to make, an ice cream cake, or a red velvet cake. She loves ice cream so that would be a sure winner, but I really wanted a classic birthday cake therefore I chose the red velvet. I found an amazing recipe from one of my favortie bloggers, Joy the Baker. Thing is, I didn't want just a plain red velvet cake with white icing, tossed coconut, and what not. So I decided to look for a cream cheese icing, it would go really well with the cake I decided. A tad rich maybe, but overall beyond pleasing.

Red Velvet Cake- Hummingbird Bakery Cookbook

makes 2, 8 inch or 9 inch cakes

1/2 cup unsalted butter at room temperature

1 1/2 cup white sugar

2 eggs

4 tbsp red food coloring mixed with 2 tbsp water

1 tsp vanilla extract

5 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder

1 cup buttermilk (See substitute for buttermilk)

2 1/4 cup all purpose/plain flour

1 tsp salt

1 tsp baking soda

3 tsp white vinegar

Preheat the oven to 175 C. Grease and flour your baking pans.

Cream your butter and sugar until its light and fluffy- around 3 minutes or so. Turn your mixer on high then add the eggs. Make sure to scrape down the sides and make sure everything is well incorporated.

In a separate bowl, mix the cocoa, vanilla extract, and red food coloring very well, it will be a paste. Add this to your batter and mix very well, make sure every bit has that blush of red.

Turn mixer on once again and slowly add half of the buttermilk proceeded by half of the flour and salt mixture. Mix until combined then repeat process with remaining buttermilk and flour. Beat on high until smooth. Add the baking soda and vinegar then beat for a few more minutes.

Spoon the batter into the prepared pans. Bake for 25-35 minutes, just until a skewer stuck in the middle will come out clean.

Let the pans rest for 20 minutes or so then take the cake out of the rack and let it rest on the cooling rack.

Cream Cheese Frosting

1 1/2 cups butter at room temp

230 grams cream cheese, full fat is better!

1/4 cup packed brown sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract

pinch of salt

4-6 cups powdered sugar

2-4 tbsp milk

Cream the cheese on on the mixer for 1 minute then add the butter mixing again for 1-2 minutes until well incorporated. Add brown sugar, salt, and vanilla.

Turn mixer off add 2 cups of powdered sugar and turn on low so that you won't have a white kitchen from all the splattering. Alternate the powdered sugar with milk until you get the consistency that you want.

Time to top the cake with the icing. Make sure that the cake is completely cooled down or else the icing will melt and the whole thing will just fail miserably.

I had fun making this cake, and I pretty much slaved on it the whole afternoon along with cooking other things. The thing is, I forgot to transfer the cake on a plate before icing it, little did I know I was icing it while it was on the wire rack. How careless and stupid really. When I was attempting to transfer the cake, 1/5 of it ended up getting smushed, and I decided to cut that part out. WHAT A FAIL.

The cake itself was good though, the cocoa came in real strong and the colour was so vibrant. The icing was impeccable. It brought the whole thing together.


Thursday, August 19, 2010

Buttermilk Pancakes, Yet Another Perfect Brekkie.

These pups are definitely the BEST.

The reason I actually made buttermilk pancakes is because I had some leftover buttermilk from the scones that I made over the weekend. I'm to embarrassed to post my scones simply because I haven't tweaked the recipe enough to my liking! I have a strong feeling that it will actually be up here soon simply because I LOVE MY SCONES with whipped cream and strawberry jam. 

I happened to cook my pancakes a quite right today, a crisp outer layer then chewy inside but not ooey gooey cause that would be sloppy and disgusting. I got the recipe from Tasty Kitchen, and the woman who made this whole concept of sharing recipes is just FANTASTIC. Hands down what I hope to be if ever I become a housewife.(but I really hope I won't become one! NO OFFENSE)

makes 2 greedy servings

2/3 cup all purpose/plain flour
1 tbsp + 1 tsp sugar
2/3 tsp baking powder
1/3 tsp baking soda
2 pinches of salt
2/3 cups buttermilk
1 tbsp + tsp butter, melted
1 egg
1/3 tsp vanilla extract
1 tbsp + 1 tsp milk

Buttermilk Substitute

1 cup full cream milk
1 tbsp white vinegar or lemon juice

Combine these two ingredients and let sit for 5-10 minutes. It sure does justice for buttermilk!

Combine the dry ingredients together in a bowl. Separate the egg yolk from white in another bowl.

Whisk the egg whites until stiff peaks form. I was too lazy to bring out my mixer for this so I simply did it the old fashioned way which took me around 3 minutes. You'll know that stiff peaks are formed once you could hold the bowl with the egg whites above your head! BRAVO.

Mix butter, egg yolks, and vanilla extract in another bowl. Make sure your butter isn't too hot or else you'd end up scrambling your eggs. Once they're well incorporated, stir in your buttermilk.

Whisk the egg white mixture, dry and wet ingredients all together now. It might seem a tad dry at first but it will all come together with a little bit of whisking and muscle.

I find that the best sized pancakes are portioned at 1/4 cup, so that's what I use as measurement when I pour my batter onto my griddle. Swirl around butter in your hot pan, then pour in your batter. Make sure the pan isn't too hot or else your pancakes will be burnt on one side. Flip once bubbles form on the pancake!

I know the measurements and procedures require a fair amount of effort, but the pancakes are well worth it!;)

Serve with butter and maple syrup. I'm a big fan of maple syrup. It's to die for. And once again, I succumbed to the goodness of orange juice. The perfect match in my opinion for these hearty pancakes. Then again, I like pairing OJ with everything.

Till next time!

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Preshafruit Goodness.


Pink Lady, Granny Smith, and Apple & Strawberry
Which leads me to PRESHAFRUIT JUICES. They're pressurised cold using High Pressure Processing, they look in all the nutrients. AWESOME. They deliver twice as many anti-oxidants compared to regular juices simply because they're never heated up at any point. They also use 100% Australian Fruit, way to go home base!:) I reckon they use whatever fruit that is in season as well, because as of the time being, they don't have the Valencia orange and other stuff. I'm all for seasonal, so TWO THUMBS UP!

The thing I like the most, is the flavours are so intense and clear, you could just fully grasp it. It's nothing like the other bottled juices which claim that they're all natural and yet they taste crazy sugary. 

The Pink Lady:
tangy, fruity, and full-bodied
The Granny Smith:
vibrant sour flavour, BOOM, it just hits you! 
my personal favourite!:)

The Apple and Strawberry:
scent is mostly of strawberry
upon tasting, you'd realize that there are several layers to this
initial and final tastes would be of strawberry
middle notes are purely apple
a bit too complex for my taste

PS. I love the catchy packaging, it's really hard to MISS.

Brekkie Brunch

I've always been the type of person to take breakfast for granted. The maid always cooks oats, pancakes, sausages, eggs- YOU GET THE PICTURE. And all I'd have to do was scarf the food down. Basically, I was eating just for the sake of it, just to have my tummy full for school.

Thing is, since I've moved to Aussie, I have to make my own breakfast. At first, I ate a whole lot of cereal  until I finally got tired of it- it's just not worth it! So, I always take time to make the perfect scrumptious brekkie. But wait, I'd actually consider it brunch, since I find myself waking up at 10 am on a day to day basis, and yes, I do go to school.

My 6 Favorite Brekkie-Brunches

1. The Single Lady Oatmeal Pancake with Maple Syrup- I absolutely adore pancakes and I'd have them at least once a week!;) I'll share the recipe for this one soon! 

My Eggs and Cheesy Soldiers!
2. My Eggs & Cheesy Soldiers- My variation on the old time favorite!

3. Oh My Omelette- Eggs are amazing, and this is my favorite way of having it! I often put sun-dried tomato cheese, mushrooms, tomato, rosemary, and chives! What a stunner!

4. Low-fat Greek Yogurt with Honey & Seasonal Fruits- I used to have the yogurt with all the fruits processed and blended into it, but it's really CRAPPY once you try Greek Yogurt. It has this full creamy body that is just  scrumdiddlyumptious and a gazillion times healthier too! (The one I have has no preservatives whatsoever) And fruits are just such a joy! My favorite right now would be the combo with Kiwi and Banana. DROOL.

Hank's EPIC Jam
5. Jam on Toast- It's a very traditional thing. I started loving jam since I made a Rhubarb-Honey Compote, but then I started spreading it on my toast. (I put it on my Greek Yogurt too!) It's utter heaven. Since then, I've been a huge fan of jams! I'm loving Hank's Jams at the moment! They source the absolute BEST ingredients- so pricy! So, I reckon I should really start making my own ones, SOON!

6. Muesli in a Hurry- For those days that I simply have to eat and go! I just pour milk over some muesli and chop in some fruits! VOILA, simple gratification! I know that I should know better and make my own muesli, trust me, I will, SOON!

My love, Mister OJ.
As for my preferred beverages, OJ is definitely the way to go! I buy the 2L cartons from the grocery, they're FRESH PURE ORANGE JUICE! My favourites are Berri and Original. Must you know, I prefer the pulpy goodness.

And for those chilly days, there's English Breakfast with Skim Milk and Honey. It gives that nice warm fuzzy feeling. I always go for Twinings!

I'm so freaking careless, I ALMOST posted this on my school design blog! WHOOPSIES.

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