Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Recipe 74: Tea Ceremonies

Whats up with ya all, whats the matter with ya all here? As its quite a wee bit of a leisure activity here, I'd like to pour it or to share it with ya all here or there or to expose it to ya all... off I'd go... in fact, we got or I am going to deliver several of them to ya all: sunflower, chrysanthemum, honey, green or red teas... green/bean ones... or even some milk, or cream teasXDDD course, ya also got som fruity choices: rambutans, Sakura's blossoms/orchid, or etc.... lychees, so on, so forth... XDD They serve them up with some calligraphy, photography & some piano playin as well or some flute's playin, classical music anyways or by the way so yeah... 

Tis a fair maiden/lady whom serves them to the guests, quite pleasin for the men's eyes, or the playboy's eyes or tastes... XDDDDD thats quite derogative to ladies or women though or albeit.... anyways so yeah, lets get on or roll it off with it.... XDDD  some  Origami (foldin papers's activity) as well... so yeah, quite elegant too by the way or in fact.

For an afternoon's tea or a mornin dew/brew, its quite nutritious or wholesome for the mind/soul, & heart & other body parts (e.g: stomachs), & quite intellectual as well... nourishin too....  ya could get coffee as well, but I'd rather or would prefer teas over or on them... 

Quite a wee bit fillin as a meal too ya could get it from there: some rice soups, some breads n breakfast, & some lunch/supper, & dinner course too or as well... in exchange of some "volunteer cash to hand out or get out to the artists or some under the table money." XDD For me at least, its quite fascinatin & intriguin, piqued mine curiosity...in mine eyes or heart... 

On this matter, I'd like to say: that I've set foot to one, quite a feast for the eye/mind as well... very nice in fact... so yeah, I'd urge ya all to give it a go or to experience it all! For either way in Japan, or in China, or in any Asian countries... hath'it crossed ya mind to visit one of those monuments or pavillions or fairs? They'd serve them up in porcelain sets or tea pots if or just in case ya will, pretty much in a nutshell, thats how its done over there or here... XDD or in mine native country! Next up would or might be about some: duck's soup with wintermelons! Have a nice tea party with ya family & invite or get some friends over!


Green Tea with Honey! XDD Enjoy!


For  a Tea Ceremony's! 



10 comments:

Jason said...

Looks like yummy soups.. Best hot drinks to have.

Naiwen said...

trust me, they aren't, they're plain teas... XD or mark mine words.

Kaynil Roczuz said...

I first heard of Tea ceremonies due an episode of Ranma 1/2. I've only seen one in my life taking place in a convention I went to, but I didn't take part on it.

Naiwen said...

what a shame, a pity... anyways, if ya got the chance too, attend one!

Demonskeith said...

Didn't you already make a article on this? I think it was on one of your old blogs.

Anyways, the ceremonies look good but I hate to be in one as the look boring.

Naiwen said...

yep, but or though I've wished to make another one,XDDD

ScissorHands3 said...

Tea's good. i don't drink very often though, I don't know why. But I think green tea is my favorite. :)
I didn't think they have ceremonies like this over tea lol.

Naiwen said...

its very healthy or refreshin or currin or healin for the body/mind & soul & heart too.

Daisy said...

I never knew you do Origami at a tea ceremony? Interesting. I'd like to attend one.

Naiwen said...

yep, it doth agree well with it anyways or by the way or in fact.