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TeaTime

November/December 2020
Magazine

Invite friends and loved ones to celebrate the holiday season with tea menus for Hanukkah and Christmas. Read about the history of china used in the White House. Learn how afternoon tea is returning to Fairmont Hotels across North America.

TeaTime • November/December 2020 Volume 17, Issue 6

Editor’s Letter

Dear TeaTime

Tea Events Calendar

Festive Finds • A holiday gift guide for fellow tea lovers

Chai • A flavorful blend of spices and tea, chai is an international favorite.

It is Time to Introduce Tea to Your Friends

Winter Roses • Schofield’s Baltimore Rose sterling silver teapot brings floral beauty to a seasonal table.

Hanukkah Happening • Commemorate the eight-night tradition of Hanukkah with a table bedecked in silver, white, and navy blue and a buffet full of sumptuous sweets.

Yuletide Tradition • Gathering for a Christmastide afternoon tea around a table brimming with greenery and roses is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday.

Infused with Spice • What could be more appropriate for the season than scones laden with dried cranberries and the marvelous flavors of masala chai?

Christmas Brunch Teatime • A whimsical, festive tea affair with popular brunch-inspired fare, such as Cinnamon Roll Scones, Hash Brown Canapés, and a Cherry Danish Christmas Tree, will be a memorable alternative to the midmorning meal.

Checking in for Teatime • The Return of Afternoon Tea to Fairmont Hotels in North America

The Story of the Tea Strainer • From practical to collectible

In the President’s Service • The History of China for The White House

A Cup of Christmas Tea

Resources for Readers

Recipe Index


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 68 Publisher: Hoffman Media Edition: November/December 2020

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 29, 2020

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

Invite friends and loved ones to celebrate the holiday season with tea menus for Hanukkah and Christmas. Read about the history of china used in the White House. Learn how afternoon tea is returning to Fairmont Hotels across North America.

TeaTime • November/December 2020 Volume 17, Issue 6

Editor’s Letter

Dear TeaTime

Tea Events Calendar

Festive Finds • A holiday gift guide for fellow tea lovers

Chai • A flavorful blend of spices and tea, chai is an international favorite.

It is Time to Introduce Tea to Your Friends

Winter Roses • Schofield’s Baltimore Rose sterling silver teapot brings floral beauty to a seasonal table.

Hanukkah Happening • Commemorate the eight-night tradition of Hanukkah with a table bedecked in silver, white, and navy blue and a buffet full of sumptuous sweets.

Yuletide Tradition • Gathering for a Christmastide afternoon tea around a table brimming with greenery and roses is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday.

Infused with Spice • What could be more appropriate for the season than scones laden with dried cranberries and the marvelous flavors of masala chai?

Christmas Brunch Teatime • A whimsical, festive tea affair with popular brunch-inspired fare, such as Cinnamon Roll Scones, Hash Brown Canapés, and a Cherry Danish Christmas Tree, will be a memorable alternative to the midmorning meal.

Checking in for Teatime • The Return of Afternoon Tea to Fairmont Hotels in North America

The Story of the Tea Strainer • From practical to collectible

In the President’s Service • The History of China for The White House

A Cup of Christmas Tea

Resources for Readers

Recipe Index


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