Earl Grey is hard to describe, being both warm and citrusy, and in no way is it dull or grey, as the name may suggest. Never overbearing, the flavors are polite and almost shy, which make them a lovely host to the brighter flavors of blueberries and orange zest, as we have here. They break the grey, allowing the gentleman in Earl Grey tea to shine.
Because infusing oatmeal wasn’t enough, I had to try out this Homemade Chamomile Syrup; basically, a swoon-in-a-bottle, if there ever was one. This little gem of a creation can be drizzled over everything from pancakes to coffee, adding a summery flair and turning ordinary recipes into something a bit more bon vivant. It will make you look something like a syrup connoisseur, when all you really did was boil some water. It contains only four ingredients, and can be described as nothing other than simply lovely. Chamomile brings a defining note to whatever you use it in, so pour the leftovers as you would honey: Oatmeal, pancakes, coffee, tea, libations, fruit, cookies, granola, by the spoonful…
Earl Grey Oatmeal with Blueberries
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