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More than 200 recipes using tea as an ingredient in beverages or food….

Iced Tea Lattes

Iced Tea Lattes

Diane shares two delicious recipes for iced lattes – Moroccan Mint with green tea and Blueberry Creme with Rooibos…

Lapsang Souchong Fish

Lapsang Souchong Fish

I’m inspired by some wonderful smoky Lapsang Souchong black tea from China that in the cooler weather seems to be beckoning to me from my tea cabinet.

Vanilla Tea

Vanilla Tea

Vanilla Tea, A Luxurious Taste and Aroma Have you ever had a cup of vanilla tea? No, I don't mean the kind with artificial flavoring. But one...

How To Make Tea Gelato

How To Make Tea Gelato

Quite by accident, the house I’m spending time in this summer is equipped with an ice cream maker – something I’d never used before. Since I happened to show up with too much tea (imagine that), I decided to combine the two…

Om, My-My Matcha

Which approach would you expect gets you more antioxidants from tea – Steeping the leaves in boiling, or near-boiling water, then discarding the leaves and drinking the resulting infusion, or just eating ground tea leaves?

Gallery of Iced Tea Recipes

Gallery of Iced Tea Recipes

Iced Tea Recipes Require Ice It wasn't until the 1930's that consumers were able to freeze their own ice cubes and expect to have ice readily and...

Not Your Southern Grandma’s Iced Tea

Not Your Southern Grandma’s Iced Tea

Summer’s here, which presents some tantalizing options for tea drinkers in general and iced tea lovers in particular. It’s a fun time to throw caution to the wind and mix up some fresh ideas in the glass…

Rhubarb and Tea

Rhubarb and Tea

With its pinkish, reddish, and often greenish stalks, rhubarb stars here with oolong in an utterly simple dessert.

Fuyu and Lapsang

Fuyu and Lapsang

Tea and fruit are a tried-and-true combination; think about all the popular flavored teas where fruit, either dried or flavors created in a lab (not...

Tres Leches and Tea

Tres Leches and Tea

This is a time for indulgence, a time of why not. My indulgence? I want to eat cake every day. Baking for me provides Zen moments of calm and focus...

Giving Iced Tea a Whirl

Giving Iced Tea a Whirl

Given the public’s insatiable thirst for ready-to-drink bottled or canned tea, most of which is consumed cold or over ice, it seems it’s always iced tea weather. Despite an abiding love for hot tea, I like to brew up a cuppa and chill it down, no matter what the thermometer says outside.

Crèmes de la Crème

Crèmes de la Crème

Return to Tea Treats For Snowy Days Five ways to flavor whipped cream with tea.    As we hunker down to the heart of winter (which nonetheless feels...