Over the Teacups

Giving Voice to the Tea Industry

Tea and Food Culinary Class – New!

Tea and Food Culinary Class
Tea In a Food Service Environment

Savvy chefs and restaurateurs are including specialty tea in their menus  – both culinary and beverage menus. Consumer interest and specialty tea sales have trended an upward surge over the last five years – okay, I’ll write it.  Tea sales are HOT.
Tea’s upward trends is somewhat comparative to specialty coffee. Guests expect a […]

Kindle Countdown Deals – Scone Recipes

Kindle Countdown Deals
What are Kindle Countdown Deals? It allows readers and writers to take advantage of Kindle books that have been placed on sale from their original price.
Want scone and jam recipes at a great price? The best selling “17-76 Tea Party Recipes – Award Winning Recipes” – a collection of 76 scone recipes and 17 Jams […]

Tea Foodies Cooking with Tea

Tea and Food

It never ceases to amaze me that there is such a correlation between tea and food, culinary tea, tea and food pairings and tea tastings. Tea is currently a very popular topic with culinary insiders from the Culinary Institute of America to local tea tasting classes such as these (try search engines for “tea tasting class” and your city name): The Jasmine Pearl in Portland, OR, NW Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony, Phoenix Tea who has a tea tasting club, Breakaway Cooking with Tea – San Francisco, or Cooking With Tea – Philip Gelb, amongst others.

Food & Beverage Trends Webcasts

R&I Offers Food & Beverage Trends Webcast Series – September 1
Each webcast in the series is led by RBI editors and features expert panelists as they discuss the topics and challenges faced by foodservice professionals across all segments—and how they successfully address them. September 1, 2009