It’s blueberry season in Maine, so I picked up a pint of fresh, wild Maine blueberries and baked up three mini-loaves of Blueberry Tea Bread. I found this recipe in Tea Time Magazine and the several times I’ve made it they have always turned out great. Although I can’t seem to prevent my blueberries from … Continue reading Tea Bread and Pu-erh
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Yes, that’s what a bride uses on her wedding day, but I realized I incorporated all of those elements today with a small tea out on the deck. The Something Old: The teacup and saucer I used is one of a set of four I was given … Continue reading Old and New for Tea
It’s about 90 degrees outside today. Not exactly welcoming weather for a hot pot of tea outside on the deck. So, I started thinking ‘why not have iced tea in a pot and still enjoy the whole tea experience just with iced tea.’? I’m curious to know if others do that as well. Please let … Continue reading Well, Why Not?
I know I’m a week late for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations, but our weather was horrible last weekend and I had far more energy THIS weekend. So, today I had my first outdoor tea of the season. The weather this weekend has been superb with light winds, warm temps and a beautiful blue sky. Even … Continue reading June Tea on The Deck
Although I consider every month National Hot Tea Month, January is the “official” time given to enjoy the comforting brew. Why not take this opportunity to try a new tea or experience it for the first time. If you’re a green tea drinker, try out something polar opposite, like a Pu-erh. If you’re strictly an … Continue reading National Hot Tea Month