“Culinary Tea” by Cynthia Gold and Lise Stern

For some tea drinkers – present company included - a cup of tea is just fine and nothing more is needed. We drink our tea, sometimes in copious and staggering amounts, but that is all. Other tea lovers might want to take things a step further and do such things as incorporating tea into their …

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Tea Cookbooks

Tea, it's what's for dinner...sort of. For many of us, tea is the drink of choice with dinner or any type of meal, for that matter. And tea is just fine without any food to go with it, now that you mention it. But, as we've mentioned here a number of times before, tea can …

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Tea Cookbooks Revisited

Drink tea. Sure. Eat tea? Why not? As we pointed out in an article in these pages not so long ago, tea is not just for drinking. It can also be used as an ingredient in a wide assortment of recipes, including sweet and savory dishes. If you're looking for more information about this subject, …

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Book Review — “Tea Travels” by Ellen Easton

I have three passions in life: food, tea, and books. When all of these can be combined, I'm in seventh heaven. They often meet in the form of cookbooks, and when I find a new cookbook, sometimes I am hard pressed to resist. The cookbook shelf in our kitchen overflows, and still, I just can't …

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