Archive for the ‘teabag’ Category

There’s a tea bag protest underway by the citizens of Peoria, Illinois, much to the chagrin of the local postal workers. An interesting way to protest a rate hike, to be sure. Advertisements


More good news for tea. This time it’s from from Leesburg Today, the journal of Loudoun County, VA. “It’s the pyramid bags that make the luxury experience complete,” Ramberg said. “Serious tea drinkers are attracted to packaging and products that emphasize the inherent grace in a cup of tea.” I know packaging is very important. […]


Let me state at the outset that I’m not a fan of tea bags. At least the ones sold in most supermarket aisles. So it was with great pleasure that I read this article in yesterday’s New York Times “Dining and Wine” section by cookbook author and food columnist Florence Fabricant. He points out what […]


I just watched Bill Buford on Charlie Rose. He talked about the concept of small food vs. big food. Small food is prepared by hand by small producers. Big food is mass-produced in huge factories. Bill thinks small food just tastes better. While in Italy, he learned that the most important ingredient when making pasta […]


As it’s our 75th birthday, we wanted to do something special to remind people just how much they love the great British cup of tea.[Link] Hmm…