TeaTime July/August 2024 Issue Preview
TeaTime Magazine
by Admin
3d ago
TeaTime’s annual British issue is filled with scrumptious fare and lovely settings for afternoon tea, from exclusive Wedgwood Tea Room recipes to a delicious Scottish teatime and a beautiful tea menu inspired by purple hues. Discover eight splendid places for tea in Berkshire, explore the exquisite tea service at London’s Hotel Café Royal, and learn about Lady Carnarvon of Highclere Castle.  Take a closer look at some of our favorite features from July/August 2024 on the next pages ..read more
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10 Tasty Tea Sandwich Recipes
TeaTime Magazine
by Shelby Duffy
4d ago
Enjoy the beautiful days of spring and summer with a tempting selection of some of our favorite tea sandwich recipes from TeaTime magazine. From tasty takes on classic flavors, like our Honey Mustard–Chicken Salad Tea Sandwiches, to seasonal takes on the afternoon tea staple, such as our Ham & Green Apple Tea Sandwiches, savor a variety of flavors in this collection of our tastiest offerings ..read more
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The Waldorf Hilton, London
TeaTime Magazine
by Shelby Duffy
4d ago
A new tea experience based on a storied past Text by Bruce Richardson One of London’s most venerable hotels is blowing the dust off the staid image of Britain’s favorite beverage as The Waldorf Hilton employs a tea sommelier to inspire and educate a new generation of tea lovers. With a nod to Edwardian etiquette, tea is poured from Waldorf teapots through silver strainers into bespoke cups. The Waldorf became a favored venue for stylish celebrations as soon as the hotel opened in 1908 on the fashionable and newly built Aldwych Circle. Exhilarating dance parties took place in the White and G ..read more
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The Rich History of Royal Worcester
TeaTime Magazine
by Shelby Duffy
1w ago
Text by Katherine Ellis Photography Courtesy of Museum of Royal Worcester A time-honored legacy of remarkable porcelain For 250 years, Royal Worcester’s impeccable porcelain pieces garnered unprecedented attention from china collectors and tea enthusiasts around the world. A pioneer in the industry and a role model, if you will, for similar companies to follow suit, this legendary brand paved the way in 1751 for beautiful craftsmanship to be the standard. Interestingly, it is the second oldest remaining English porcelain brand still in existence today, only following closely behind Royal ..read more
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Fit for a King
TeaTime Magazine
by Shelby Duffy
1w ago
Photography by Jim Bathie • Styling by Courtni Bodiford Food Styling by Katie Moon Dickerson • Recipe Development by Janet Lambert Celebrate the coronation of King Charles III on the 6th of May, 2023 at a posh tea table bedecked with gilded Wedgwood china and a menu apropos for royalty.       ..read more
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A Weekend of Gracious Living in Colonial Williamsburg
TeaTime Magazine
by Admin
1w ago
An homage to Phyllis Hoffman DePiano and the timeless art of hospitality. This November 10–13, escape to the enchanting milieu of Colonial Williamsburg for the Gracious Living Celebration, a four-day event honoring the legacy of Phyllis Hoffman DePiano, founder of Hoffman Media and TeaTime magazine. Held where history meets charm, this gathering promises to transport you to a world of elegance, inspiration, and heartfelt connection. Reflecting on her devotion to the art of creating beautiful homes, fostering meaningful relationships, and celebrating life’s simple joys, the influence of Phyllis ..read more
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Suspicion is Stirring in The Diva Goes Overboard by Krista Davis
TeaTime Magazine
by Admin
1w ago
In Krista Davis’s The Diva Goes Overboard, event planner Sophie Winston is excited to finally attend a lavish engagement party as a guest. However, the celebration takes a horrifying turn when the groom-to-be, Orson Chatsworth, collapses and is later found to have been poisoned. With a long list of potential suspects and even Sophie herself under scrutiny, the mystery deepens. Enjoy a slice of banana-walnut bread while you find out if Sophie uncovers the killer before another guest becomes the next victim.   This is a health-conscious version of banana bread. The walnuts are chopped fin ..read more
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The Perfect Cup: A Wonderland of Tea in Wales
TeaTime Magazine
by Shelby Duffy
1w ago
Text and Photography by Bruce Richardson The principality of Wales—the smallest of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom—is so narrow that first-time travelers could, if in a hurry, drive the 200-mile route from the southern capital city of Cardiff to the northern seaside resorts in a half day. But this is not a country where you want to rush. The wandering stone-lined roads provide, at every turn, unending vistas of vertical pastures dotted with more sheep than people. While travelers along the Atlantic coastal route are treated to windswept seaside views, the eastern roadways t ..read more
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The Perfect Cup: A Wonderland of Tea in Whales
TeaTime Magazine
by Shelby Duffy
2w ago
Text and Photography by Bruce Richardson The principality of Wales—the smallest of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom—is so narrow that first-time travelers could, if in a hurry, drive the 200-mile route from the southern capital city of Cardiff to the northern seaside resorts in a half day. But this is not a country where you want to rush. The wandering stone-lined roads provide, at every turn, unending vistas of vertical pastures dotted with more sheep than people. While travelers along the Atlantic coastal route are treated to windswept seaside views, the eastern roadways t ..read more
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5 Fantastic Gluten-Free Scones
TeaTime Magazine
by Shelby Duffy
2w ago
Whether you are accommodating specific dietary restrictions or simply want a variety of tasty fair, this collection of delectable, gluten-free scones features plenty of tempting treats that make a wonderful addition to a spring or summer tea menu ..read more
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