Fannie Farmer on Tea

While there are said to be records of Roman cookbooks dating as far back as the first century, the most influential such works to published here in the United States in the pre-Julia Child era were the Joy of Cooking (1930), by Irma Rombauer, and The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book, by Fannie Merritt Farmer, a …

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Even More Tea Cookbooks

If you're a true tea fanatic, one of those types who drink tea all day long and still can't get enough of it, then you might want to try incorporating a little bit of Camellia sinensis into your cooking. The notion of mixing tea and cuisine is hardly a new concept, and it's one that …

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