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TeaTime

January/February 2020
Magazine

Find inspiration for your next Valentine’s tea party with recipes for fare such as Mini Crab Quiches and Rose Hip Linzer Cookies. Our Vegan Tea is full of recipes that everyone at your table will love. Read through a special interview with beloved actress Julie Andrews. Discover four must-visit venues for tea in Las Vegas.

TeaTime • January/February 2020 Volume 17, Issue 1

Editor’s Letter

Dear TeaTime

Tea Events Calendar

Coming Up Roses • Enjoy an alluring selection of floral finds for every tea enthusiast.

White Teas • Celebrate National Hot Tea Month by exploring a flavorful assortment of this delicate type of tea.

7 Tips for Attending Your First Tea Festival • Getting the most out of the experience

Stunning Silver • Let Gorham Silver’s Buttercup teapot shine at your wintry tea table.

White Rose Tea • From the centerpiece to the china and even the sweets, a blooming motif will give guests a lovely reprieve from the wintry chills of the season.

A Lovely Tea Affair • Welcome beloved friends and family to a pretty-in-pink tea table with a menu full of hearty, yet dainty, fare, including festive desserts idyllic for Valentine’s Day.

Valentine Treats • Few flavors are more iconic for February 14 than chocolate, strawberry, and rose. All three combine here for a luscious heart-shaped treat that just so happens to be gluten-free.

Vegan Tea • A serene setting creates the perfect ambiance for a winterly afternoon tea with vegan fare all will enjoy.

Dame Julie Andrews • TALKS TEA AND HER ILLUSTRIOUS CAREER

Love Affair with The Milestone • How a boutique hotel in London won my heart

Taking Tea in Las Vegas • Afternoon Tea Venues in the Entertainment Capital of the World

Masala Chai • How the popular spiced tea came to be

Tea, My Father, and Me

Resources for Readers


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 68 Publisher: Hoffman Media Edition: January/February 2020

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: November 26, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

Find inspiration for your next Valentine’s tea party with recipes for fare such as Mini Crab Quiches and Rose Hip Linzer Cookies. Our Vegan Tea is full of recipes that everyone at your table will love. Read through a special interview with beloved actress Julie Andrews. Discover four must-visit venues for tea in Las Vegas.

TeaTime • January/February 2020 Volume 17, Issue 1

Editor’s Letter

Dear TeaTime

Tea Events Calendar

Coming Up Roses • Enjoy an alluring selection of floral finds for every tea enthusiast.

White Teas • Celebrate National Hot Tea Month by exploring a flavorful assortment of this delicate type of tea.

7 Tips for Attending Your First Tea Festival • Getting the most out of the experience

Stunning Silver • Let Gorham Silver’s Buttercup teapot shine at your wintry tea table.

White Rose Tea • From the centerpiece to the china and even the sweets, a blooming motif will give guests a lovely reprieve from the wintry chills of the season.

A Lovely Tea Affair • Welcome beloved friends and family to a pretty-in-pink tea table with a menu full of hearty, yet dainty, fare, including festive desserts idyllic for Valentine’s Day.

Valentine Treats • Few flavors are more iconic for February 14 than chocolate, strawberry, and rose. All three combine here for a luscious heart-shaped treat that just so happens to be gluten-free.

Vegan Tea • A serene setting creates the perfect ambiance for a winterly afternoon tea with vegan fare all will enjoy.

Dame Julie Andrews • TALKS TEA AND HER ILLUSTRIOUS CAREER

Love Affair with The Milestone • How a boutique hotel in London won my heart

Taking Tea in Las Vegas • Afternoon Tea Venues in the Entertainment Capital of the World

Masala Chai • How the popular spiced tea came to be

Tea, My Father, and Me

Resources for Readers


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