Tea Cookbook

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2008 - Cooking - 63 pages
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In the "Tea Cookbook", Tonia George presents a unique take on tea culture by offering both sweet and savory recipes using a whole host of exquisite flavors. The Savory dishes show how versatile an ingredient tea can be. Mussels in Ginger and Lemon Tea Broth are great for a dinner party while Green Tea, Tofu, Noodle, and Cress Soup is the perfect choice when you need a dose of healthy eating. Mint Tea Couscous with Roast Squash, Halloumi, Dates, and Pistachios is so simple that it’s ideal for feeding the whole family when time is precious. Transform your Desserts into something irresistible—bake a Deep-filled Assam and Lemon Tart for a show-stopping after-dinner sweet. Sink your teeth into an Earl Grey Truffle and you’ll be hit by the creaminess of the chocolate—and only at the end by the distinctive perfume of Earl Grey. These truffles, along with White Tea and Apricot Jam among others, make lovely Sweet Treats to give as thoughtful gifts. Finally, there are lots of surprises in the Drinks chapter. • Perfect for tea lovers everywhere, this book is full of quick, easy recipes for original and delicious dishes. • Tantalizing photography by Martin Brigdale.

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Tea Cookbook

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Being an avid tea book collector, this one was a good one to add to that collection. It is a simple book with easy to follow recipes; the illustrations make the food look even more appetizing. This also would make a great gift for friends and family who enjoy tea and foods you can make with tea. Read full review

About the author (2008)

TONIA GEORGE is Food Editor of Waitrose Food Illustrated.She has worked as a food stylist and recipe writer for seven years, devising new recipes for Living etc, Olive, and Waitrose Food Illustrated. For Ryland Peters & Small she has also written "One-bowl Meals".

Martin Brigdale is a well-known British photographer specializing in food. He has photographed many cookbooks in England and the Untied States, including Foods of Greece, The Mediterranean Pantry, Michel Roux Desserts, and French Country Cooking. He is an enthusiastic home cook and loves to travel.

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