Friday, January 2, 2009

Milk Tea is a love of mine ! I was introduced to it by our student Lily. Currently I am living off of the stash she supplied me with that is directly from Taiwan. I'm not sure what I will do when I run out. Perhaps I will have to make a special order. This tea has such a unique flavor I have never tasted before.

The Red Cup is one of my favorite places to go in OKC...when I get the chance. Now that I am on a gluten-free diet I will not be able to frequent the Red Cup as often as I would like :( The atmosphere is great and on some nights they have live music. Check them out if you get a chance...they are located off Classen.


Dawn said...

Hello. I'm visiting from Bloggin' it from the burbs.

I live in OK as well - just a little N. of Tulsa.

I used to teach in Edmond. I had a dear friend who taugh special ed. in OKC though. She no longer teaches though.

I haven't heard of The Red Cup. Sounds like a really neat place.

Have a great weekend! :)

Gene said...

Hi, Michelle! Paula and I LOVE the Red Cup, and go there from time to time. Paula used to work at a violin shop near the corner of 30th and Classen, so Red Cup was just around the corner! I like it best in the winter months, when it's really cold outside. It has a Paseo flavor, and many of the people who frequent the little place are people who, like me, march to the tune of a different drummer! It's a relaxed, 'prop your feet up and stay awhile' kind of place, where everybody is welcome, regardless of your 'status, mode of transportation, hair style or looks. My kind of place! See you there sometime. Ask Paula about the mysterious 'Red Cup Kisser' we saw there one day a few years ago.

Wa Wa Waughs said...

Hi Michelle,

Just wanted to let you know my husband's co-worker has been on a gluten free diet for a few months and has lost 20 lbs.! He asked him after I prodded him and he said he had been diagnosed recently with celiac too!