The New Tea Book: A Guide to Black, Green, Herbal and Chai Teas

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Chronicle Books, 2001 - Cooking - 120 pages
Tea is hot and getting hotter. In the New Tea Book, no leaf is left unturned. Discover the wide variety of teas that are available and their myriad health benefits, as well as over 50 recipes for cooking with tea: beverages, savories, and delectable sweets. This strikingly photographed volume takes readers on a visual journey exploring the riches of black, green, oolong, and herbal teas, from the fragrant, full-bodied Assam to the spirited and spicy Yunnan. An exciting addition is the completely new Personal Spa section, introducing a host of aromatherapy touches for the home with recipes for tea bath sachets, eye pillows, beauty soaps, and potpourris. Finally, a list of resources gives information on where to find interesting tea blends and equipment, not to mention author Sara Perry's favorite international teahouses. Here's just the right cup o' tea.
 

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I own a copy of this book and I love it. It is full of beautiful photography, recipes for tea you may drink or soak in and for delicious foods to accompany your afternoon indulgence.
I think it would make a great gift for the tea lover in your life.

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Cute introduction to tea with handy tea recipes. Alas, I was left wanting to know more about tea, and I felt mroe of the book could have been devoted to that and less to recipes. Read full review

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Contents

introduction
9
the history and cultivation of tea
11
choosing tea
17
preparing tea
43
serving tea
55
beverages
63
baked goods and cookies
75
desserts
87
savories
97
herbal and tea blends
107
resources
117
general index
119
table of equivalents
120
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About the author (2001)

Sara Perry is the author of The Complete Tea Book, Summertime Treats, Christmastime Treats, and Great Gingerbread, all from Chronicle Books. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

Alison Miksch 's photographs have been featured in many magazines, including Better Homes and Gardens, Country Home, and Shape . She lives in Pennsylvania.

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