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TeaTime

July/August 2021
Magazine

Each page of this publication features stunning photography, easy-to-follow recipes, techniques for creating beautiful, artisan baked goods, and endless inspiration for home bakers. Discover the world's best bakeries, essential bread recipes such as brioche and rye, products that should be in every baker's pantry, new cookbooks, and more.

TeaTime • July/August 2021 Volume 18, Issue 4

Editor's Letter

Dear TeaTime

Tea Events Calendar

Coming Up (English) Roses • Anglophiles and floral fanatics alike will delight in these enchanting tea finds.

Darjeeling Teas • Grown in the foothills of the Himalayas in northernmost India, Darjeeling teas are usually categorized by flushes (growing seasons) and boast unique flavor profiles, as seen in these classic and not-so-classic selections.

Elevenses Defined

Old English Beauty • The floral illustrations depicted on Johnson Brothers’ Eastbourne (Old English) teapot adapt to a table set for a summertime celebration.

Tea Among Roses • The beauty of English roses creates a charming motif for a summertime afternoon tea, especially when the table features a lush centerpiece and a tiered stand brimming with delicious, British-inspired fare.

A Midsummer Teatime • Guests will appreciate an invitation to this beautiful, blue-hued tea table, especially when the menu is full of toothsome savouries, scones, and sweets.

Children's Storybook Tea • Whether served before or after a reading of classic tales, this tea party is full of whimsically shaped treats that guests of all ages will surely enjoy.

Inspired by Pie • A modern-day favourite English dessert reimagined as a scone

Urban Tea Tales • Tea stories from five British cities

All for Tea with the Queen • A biographer’s unexpected story of friendship and charity

The Hazelmore • Taking Tea in the Land of Peter Rabbit

Hampstead Tea • Finding Purpose in Passion

The Teapoy • Tea chest on a pedestal

Timeless Antiques with History to Share • How one man’s passion for fine English boxes turned into a successful business

Gerri's Tea Room • British teatime with Irish flair

A Daughter of the British Empire

Resources for Readers

Recipe Index


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 100 Publisher: Hoffman Media Edition: July/August 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 18, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

Each page of this publication features stunning photography, easy-to-follow recipes, techniques for creating beautiful, artisan baked goods, and endless inspiration for home bakers. Discover the world's best bakeries, essential bread recipes such as brioche and rye, products that should be in every baker's pantry, new cookbooks, and more.

TeaTime • July/August 2021 Volume 18, Issue 4

Editor's Letter

Dear TeaTime

Tea Events Calendar

Coming Up (English) Roses • Anglophiles and floral fanatics alike will delight in these enchanting tea finds.

Darjeeling Teas • Grown in the foothills of the Himalayas in northernmost India, Darjeeling teas are usually categorized by flushes (growing seasons) and boast unique flavor profiles, as seen in these classic and not-so-classic selections.

Elevenses Defined

Old English Beauty • The floral illustrations depicted on Johnson Brothers’ Eastbourne (Old English) teapot adapt to a table set for a summertime celebration.

Tea Among Roses • The beauty of English roses creates a charming motif for a summertime afternoon tea, especially when the table features a lush centerpiece and a tiered stand brimming with delicious, British-inspired fare.

A Midsummer Teatime • Guests will appreciate an invitation to this beautiful, blue-hued tea table, especially when the menu is full of toothsome savouries, scones, and sweets.

Children's Storybook Tea • Whether served before or after a reading of classic tales, this tea party is full of whimsically shaped treats that guests of all ages will surely enjoy.

Inspired by Pie • A modern-day favourite English dessert reimagined as a scone

Urban Tea Tales • Tea stories from five British cities

All for Tea with the Queen • A biographer’s unexpected story of friendship and charity

The Hazelmore • Taking Tea in the Land of Peter Rabbit

Hampstead Tea • Finding Purpose in Passion

The Teapoy • Tea chest on a pedestal

Timeless Antiques with History to Share • How one man’s passion for fine English boxes turned into a successful business

Gerri's Tea Room • British teatime with Irish flair

A Daughter of the British Empire

Resources for Readers

Recipe Index


Expand title description text
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