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May/June 2019

TeaTime is America's #1 magazine for tea enthusiasts- and now you can enjoy every single page on your tablet! The magazine shares inspirational tea-party menues, recipes, and table-setting ideas, tea focused destinations and events, tea traditions and much more. Every issue of TeaTime magazine includes tea pairings and expert advice, ideas for creating beautiful tablescapes, and fascinating articles on tea experiences across the world!

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Hoffman Media
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6 Issues


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come for tea

Early summer ushers in warmer days, lush lawns, and beautiful blooms, all perfect backdrops for afternoon tea outdoors. Whether to celebrate a special occasion or a cherished friendship, teatime al fresco heightens the senses. A tea table placed outside doesn’t mean the fine china must remain indoors—quite the contrary, as several of our afternoon-tea menus in this issue and “The Tea Diaries” column on page 51 will demonstrate. And while we show hot tea with our tea parties and pairings, iced tea would certainly be refreshing instead if the temperatures are just a bit balmy. After all, June is National Iced Tea Month.In my early days of tea-drinking, it was only sweetened iced tea for me. Occasionally, I would have my tea hot, but it always had sugar in…

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mark your calendar!

Midwest Tea Festival September 7–8, 2019 Ararat Shrine Auditorium Kansas City, Missouri midwestteafest.com Pennsylvania Tea Festival September 27–28, 2019 The Rosemary House Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania teafestpa.com Northwest Tea Festival September 28–29, 2019 Seattle Center Exhibition Hall Seattle, Washington nwteafestival.com Chicago International Tea Festival November 1–3, 2019 Holiday Inn River Plaza-River North Chicago, Illinois citfest.com …

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dear tea time

The Perfect Gift “Just wanted to let all know how much I enjoy the magazine, so much that I give my cousins and a friend one for their birthdays every year. It gives us a reason to keep in touch and let each other know if we have tried one of the recipes and how we liked it. We want to take an England trip together and do the tearooms and gardens. Your magazine has inspired us. Thanks again.”DIANE BARLEY via teatimemagazine.com Time for Tea Treats “I absolutely LOVE TeaTime magazine. I have used many recipes over the years. I’m only sad that there is never enough time to make all of them. One of my favorites for my gluten-free friends has been the Herbed Spinach and Squash…

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the cozy corner

Sally’s Chocolate Cream Pie Makes 8 servings 6 large egg yolks¾ cup granulated sugar2 tablespoons cornstarch3 cups half-and-half1 cup finely chopped mini semisweet chocolate chips¼ cup salted butter1 (8- or 9-inch) prepared chocolate wafer piecrust1½ cups heavy whipping cream¼ cup confectioners’ sugar½ teaspoon vanilla extractGarnish: shaved chocolate* • Place egg yolks in a large saucepan, off heat. Whisk yolks until well combined. Add sugar and cornstarch. Whisk together, off heat, until well incorporated. Over medium-high heat, slowly add half-and-half, whisking constantly. Whisk and cook until mixture thickens slightly, 3 to 4 minutes. Stirring constantly, boil mixture for 3 minutes. Add chocolate and butter, whisking constantly. Lower the temperature of the burner to low, and continue to whisk until mixture is as thick as pudding, 5 to 6…

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about the book

Joanne Fluke, New York Times best-selling author and Queen of Culinary Suspense, serves up a new installment in her criminally delicious series—plus more delectable recipes—as Hannah Swensen goes from idealistic newlywed to betrayed wife in a matter of weeks. And as another murder unfolds in Lake Eden, the proof is in the pudding. This extremely popular mystery series is set in the small town of Lake Eden, Minnesota, and features amateur sleuth–baker-owner of The Cookie Jar, Hannah Swensen.…

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tea events calendar

May 5 Royal Ascot Tea 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Victorian Society Cal State Fullerton Arboretum Fullerton, California Cheer for your favorite racing Thoroughbred at an elegant black-and-white afternoon-tea gathering. Guests are encouraged to attend this Victorian tea party adorned in their best black-and-white attire and festive hats. This fun, themed party is $50 per person, or $360 for a table for eight. Proceeds from this event support the care, maintenance, and tours of Heritage House. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 657-278-4010, or visit fullertonarboretum.org. 10 & 11 Kentucky Derby Mother’s Day 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Tilted Teacup Brooksville, Florida Grab your most festive hats, and head for an afternoon at the races with a…