BOOKS ABOUT TEA AND RECIPES FOR TEA AND TEA-RELATED MEALS
EAT TEA A New Approach to Flavoring Contemporary and Traditional Dishes by Joanna Pruess with John Harney
Photography by Tom Eckerle
The Lyons Press 2001 – 116 Pages
This is a book that should be on the shelf (or preferably in the hands) of any person who loves tea.
There are instructions on how to brew the “perfect cuppa” and there are also hints and tips and detailed instructions on how to flavor other foods using tea.
Now that we have learned that tea is good for one, using the recipes in this book is yet another way to consume these health components that will give us longer lives and more time to enjoy tea in all its manifestations.
The National Trust Book Of Tea-Time Recipes by Jane Pettigrew
Photography by Mike Caldwell and Vernon Morgan
National Trust Enterprises, Ltd. 1995 – 155 Pages
Tea & Crumpets – Recipes & Rituals from European Tearooms & Cafes by Margaret M. Johnson, photographs by Leigh Beisch & Margaret Johnson
Chronicle Books 2009 – 180 Pages
Tea & Sympathy Anita Naughton, with an introduction and 60 recipes by Nicola Perry
The Life of an English Teashop in New York
Hardback with Dust Jacket
Putnam 2002 – 295 Pages
Tea with Jane Austen by Kim Wilson
Foreword by Tom Carpenter, Jane Austen’s House Trustee
Jones Books, Madison, WI First Edition – Third printing 2004 – 108 Pages
Totally Teabreads Quick and Easy Recipes for More Than 60 Delicious Quick Breads and Spreads
Barbara Albright and Leslie Weiner
St. Martin’s Press 1994 – 144 Pages
The Top 100 International Tea Recipes by Mary Ward
How to prepare, serve and experience great cups of tasty, healthy tea and tea desserts.
Lifetime Books 1996 – 216 Pages PB
VICTORIAN TEA ROOM Favorite Recipes Warm Springs, Georgia
Wimmer Brothers 1991 First Printing 174 Pages SB/sb