Both Steve and I work at a college in Little City, ND and we love it! Recently we had a visit from a journalism student who just returned from Kenya. Rhonnie’s trip was fascinating; she had lots of stories to share, and even kept us in the loop of all the trip happenings on her blog. Check it out here.
|Rhonnie bought this bag in Africa for ONLY $12.00|
We grilled steak, made sweet potatoes (awesome recipe for a future post), and asparagus straight from Steve’s mom’s garden (YUMMMMMYYY).
Rhonnie brought the dessert and the tea (straight from Africa). Dessert was coconut cookies.
|Rhonnie loves the coconut cookies!|
Rhonnie explained how this had been their treat after a torturous hike up an African mountain. Rhonnie is a KILLER spin class instructor…if she struggled to get up the mountain…I don’t even want to know how Ethne or I would do! Quantum Leap here we come!
|Roger even liked the cookies!|
Rhonnie brought Kenyan tea and served it the exact way it was served in Kenya.
Fill your mug ¾ full of milk (Rhonnie brought 2% milk) and heat (we used the microwave).
Add hot water (courtesy of our electric tea pot).
Add a tea bag and let seep until done (your preference).
Add sugar if you desire (pure sugar—substitute sweeteners will not do). ENJOY! WE DID!
|Steve and Rhonnie toasting their African Tea!|
Thank you Rhonnie for bringing a little African culture to our home and to WOM-MOM! WOMs it is no secret that Ethne and I L.O.V.E. TEA! MORE TEA MAKING TUTORIALS TO COME!