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Recipe for Slow Cooker Tea Pulled Pork BBQ

Happy First Day of Summer!

With barbecue season in full swing, but not always enough time to break out the charcoal and get a fire started, this recipe will make your day. Enjoy all of the wonderful barbecue flavor with very little effort. Better still, this classic is infused with the wonderful flavors of pu-erh and golden needle black teas. Continue reading Recipe for Slow Cooker Tea Pulled Pork BBQ

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Black Tea Chili and Corn Bread Recipe by Janet Sanchez

Elevate chili to a whole new level. Gourmet chili powders and other special ingredients are the way. Kukicha, a twig tea from Japan, gets to be the star of this recipe. (You can substitute Houjicha if you can’t find the Kukicha.) Let’s get cooking, tea lovers! Continue reading Black Tea Chili and Corn Bread Recipe by Janet Sanchez

Recipes for Sweet TEAcicles

Summer is on a roll, and even though kids are heading back to school, Summer has more than a month left, according to the calendar. So plenty of time to enjoy this delicious and healthy cooling treat! Continue reading Recipes for Sweet TEAcicles

“Mocha” Pu-erh

Howdy, humans! Your fave little teapot here to revisit a tea adventure I and my humans had a few years back. This trip down memory lane was spurred by a Twitter exchange with Maxwell Pollock‏ @maxycha. In truth, he had a good point, but then again, my humans’ tastebuds still get excited at the memory. #TOOOT! Continue reading “Mocha” Pu-erh

Recipes for Sweet Tea Food Pairings

With the heat of Summer beating down, tea has taken a turn to the cold varieties. Tea parties can be done with both hot and cold tea. Just imagine close friends, the sun shining, a slight Summer breeze and a cup of ice cold sweet tea to embrace the conversation. Accompanied of course by wonderful finger sandwiches and chocolate covered strawberries. Continue reading Recipes for Sweet Tea Food Pairings

Recipe for Tea Eggs Benedict

A favorite dish at many restaurants serving breakfast and brunch is Eggs Benedict. Delightful, rich, and satisfying, yet thought by many to be too much of a challenge to prepare at home. Take heart! This recipe is easy. And it includes tea! Continue reading Recipe for Tea Eggs Benedict

Rajiv Lochan Learns About Tea Fashion Drinks in China

A new category or a new name coined for furtherance of marketing and consumption and I was lucky to get exposure to it in China after attending many food pairing events in Japan recently. Color combination and it’s enhancement by decoration is the base of fashion drinks like textiles. Continue reading Rajiv Lochan Learns About Tea Fashion Drinks in China