Follow these easy steps to make perfect fresh strawberry rosettes to garnish your most beautiful confection creations. (Step 1) Using…
A nod to the old south, these Country Ham Scones elevate a southern staple ingredient in this priceless afternoon tea necessity.
A twist on the classic drink of the Kentucky Derby–Mint Julep Tea.
The flavors and texture of the historic Derby Pie are transformed into tartlets, perfect for teatime.
Prepare the gravlax 48 to 72 hours before your afternoon tea event. from TeaTime May/June 2009
A refined version of shrimp and grits for a special savory for your tea tray. from TeaTime May/June 2009
An open-faced turkey bite with melted Gouda cheese and crisp pancetta is fancy twist on hot browns. from TeaTime May/June…
A refreshing sorbet for an outdoor teatime event on a warm afternoon. from TeaTime May/June 2009
The iconic drink of the Kentucky Derby in a sweet, dessert form of Mint Julep Profiteroles. from TeaTime May/June…
The thunder of galloping hooves, the taste of mint juleps, and the sight of lavish wide-brimmed hats can mean only…
Celebrate golf’s premier invitational tournament with a Masters Tea.
See what’s inside our May/June 2015 issue, on sale on newsstands April 14.
Delicate bone china, pretty spring flowers, and delicious recipes add up to a wonderful way to celebrate mom on Mother’s Day.
Chocolate, butterscotch, and toffee chips are combined to create decadent Chipped-In Wedge Scones.