Top Ten Tuesday | 17th September 2019

Good morning, fellow bookworms. We have reached Tuesday and that can only mean one thing: it is time for Top Ten Tuesday! A weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, who each week assigns a new topic to inspires us to create a top ten list based on a it. This week’s topic is:

Favourite Things to Eat/Drink While Reading (submitted by Jana’s mom)

Well I can’t deny I always have a drink, and sometimes some nibbles, to hand when I am reading. So a perfect topic for me.

On colder days, you will find me curled up in a blanket with a:

  1. Peppermint Tea
  2. Hot Chocolate
  3. Camomile Tea
  4. Hot Water with Honey and Lemon
  5. A Couple of Biscuits

While on a hot, sunny day you may find me lounging in the garden with a:

  1. Coke, Ice and a Slice
  2. Orange Juice and Lemonade
  3. Chilled Water
  4. Blackcurrant Squash
  5. A Bowl of Crisps

Mmm it is making me thirsty and hungry just typing about it! Come back next week for another new topic and list. Bye for now – I think I’m off to make another cup of tea!

However before you go, I would love to hear from you, so tell me what do you like to eat and drink when you are reading?

23 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | 17th September 2019

  1. I am the outlier here. When I read during the day I don’t eat or drink while doing so. But I make myself get up, do some neck rolls, walk around and drink some water so I don’t sit for too long because I have a tricky back. When I read at night before going to sleep, I drink my nightcap, usually vodka.

    1. Oh Lydia you need to try blackcurrant squash! The big brand over here in the UK that makes it is Ribena, but I tend to buy the cheaper Blackcurrant 50% Hi Juice squash from Aldi which is almost just as good. πŸ™‚

    1. Hello Mir, thank you for stopping by and commenting πŸ™‚ I think coffee smells amazing but the taste doesn’t lives up to the gorgeous smell! However a nice cup of tea and some chocolate sound very good!

  2. Hot chocolate seems a favourite with a few bloggers! It’s a difficult drink to get right (or at least I find it diffcult) – either not strong and chocalatey enough or too thick and overpowering

    1. Yes, I can imagine hot chocolate is a favourite. I must admit I never make it from scratch myself – I either use the Cadburys pods in our Tassimo machine or the instant hot chocolate powder I get from Aldi is pretty good too. πŸ˜›

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