Some of you humans who have read some articles here about my cousin teapots made by Wedgwood, Louisville Stoneware, and others, have asked about how to value their pieces and how to find replacements. While valuing pieces is a very tricky business and best handled by those devoted to it, replacements are another matter. Continue reading How to Replace Your Irreplaceable Teawares
Little Yellow Teapot here. As harvest time approaches and you humans start prepping for Halloween, I want to tell you about the teapot tree. Is it real? Or is it a myth, a legend, a figment of some moonshiner’s imagination? Time to go on the hunt and find out. TOOOT! Continue reading The Teapot Tree…Real or…?
My cousin teapots are legion, and their styles are about as numerous, as shown in our Guide to Teapot Styles. And they are certainly the top choice, as far as I am concerned, for steeping most teas. But there are other steeping vessels, and our new guide shows you not only how we teapots line up but what some great alternatives are. Check it out! TOOOT!
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Say “Kyusu” (kee-OOO-zoo) and someone might kiss you (or slap your face). But the humble kyusu is a great asset for your tea time, dear humans. Let this little teapot show you how. TOOOT! Continue reading 5 Reasons to Use a Kyusu
Pursuing the enjoyment and knowledge of tea is a real journey, and there are several paths you can follow. There is the European path, the Asian path, the Middle Eastern path, the American path,…
We teapots are essential to your tea time, dear humans, and fortunately for you we come is an astoundingly wide array of styles. We also seem to be a very attractive thing for potters to make. They are drawn to shaping clay into various teapot styles. Some are handmade and others are off an assembly line (actually slip clay poured into molds). Your ever informative teapot buddy (me!) wanted to showcase a couple of the humans who make teapots by hand. Check ‘em out! TOOOT! Continue reading Meet 2 Fab Teapot Makers!
Tis the season for pumpkins, and I, your intrepid tea steeping buddy otherwise known as Little Yellow Teapot, am here to show you how some of my cousin teapots have gone a bit…well, uh…let’s face it, OVERBOARD in their emulation of this fabulous member of the Winter squash family. Continue reading Little Yellow Teapot Reports: Some of My Pumpkin-Shaped Cousins
by Little Yellow Teapot (a tea steeping marvel and occasional contributing author)
Few of you humans know this, but we teapots are a ticklish lot! This truism came to mind one day when I, your fave little teapot, and my gang of teapots here in the kitchen saw a diagram of our basic anatomical structure by the kind folks at A.C. Silver. It’s a handy guide, also, for how to handle your teapot with the least amount of tickling. Continue reading Little Yellow Teapot Reports: Teapots Are Ticklish – Clean with Care!
Tea drinkers often appreciate not just tea but many of the finer things that seem naturally to go with tea time. And items with a bit of sparkle have always been appealing. Continue reading Silvery Sparkly Things for Tea Time
Many people compare their lifespan to other creatures by saying something like “In human years that dog is 50.” Well, having a teapot that is roughly 7 years old but who thinks he’s more like 40 years old, it started me wondering how old I was in terms of the average lifespan of a teapot. Time to get out the calculator to see how things add up. Continue reading How Old Are You in Teapot Years?