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  1. AFTERNOON TEA: A Contemporary Guide (Cookbooks Book 1)
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  2. AFTERNOON TEA: A Contemporary Guide (Cookbooks Book 1)

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The 23,000 words of Afternoon Tea: A Contemporary Guide share with readers different approaches to entertaining at afternoon tea, surely one of the most-delightful pastimes in a too-frantic world.

The content considers the advantages of afternoon tea as entertainment (it's varied, appealing, romantic, elegantly complex, efficiently simple, or just about anything else you want to make it), the physical requirements of afternoon tea, the ideal guest list, teapots and other necessary equipment, food presentation, menu planning, serving tea and tea food, the importance of attitude and atmosphere, romance and afternoon tea, the secret of successful afternoon teas, afternoon tea as a friendship bridge, and afternoon tea as a link to legend, history and tradition.

The Guide also treats tea-related topics: how to read tea leaves; the story of the Blue Willow china pattern; how to find and use interesting tea wares; and the like. There is an extensive treatment of the processing and correct preparation of "real" tea (camellia sinensis), coffee, and chocolate, as well as of herb teas.

Also included is a discussion of the various kinds of teas and their characteristics. In addition to instructions about the brewing of tea and chocolate, there are recipes for many kinds of special tea beverages, as well as for Scones and other tea-food favorites.

The goal of the Guide is to make it simpler to present an excellent, fun tea that will more exactly suit your taste and that of your guests. The author is Linda Hewitt, author of multiple books dealing with cultural and economic history. The book is illustrated with original pen-and-ink drawings by award-winning designer and illustrator Robert Hewitt.

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Specifications

Country
USA
Author
Linda Hewitt
Binding
Kindle Edition
Edition
2
Format
Kindle eBook
IsAdultProduct
Label
Linda G.L. Hewitt
Manufacturer
Linda G.L. Hewitt
NumberOfPages
118
PublicationDate
2009-02-07
Publisher
Linda G.L. Hewitt
ReleaseDate
2009-02-07
Studio
Linda G.L. Hewitt
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