“Afternoon Tea” vs. “High Tea” — Should We Preserve the Distinction?

In a previous article, I looked at what “high tea” was back then and how the term is used now, which is pretty much as a synonym for “afternoon tea” (also called “low tea” by some). The question is whether to re-establish that distinction or not of high tea (also called “meat tea”) as dinner. …

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Wild Tea, Mid-Atlantic Style

As a native of Pennsylvania, writing this article for tea merchants who are headquartered in the same state, I'd like to be able to say that it's a hotbed of tea production. But it's not and it probably never has been. But I ran across an interesting story not so long ago about the time …

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