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The Great Tea Rooms of America

 

by Bruce Richardson (Photographer)
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Book Description

Bruce Richardson gives us another insider's glimpse into the world's growing fascination with the celebration of afternoon tea. The author of The Great Tea Rooms of Britain now takes us to 22 tea rooms in the United States and Canada where taking tea is serious business. This 2006 third edition contains four new tea rooms.

Afternoon tea is no longer an indulgence reserved just for the British. From Cape Cod to Pasadena, Americans in search of a quiet respite are finding establishments that do make "a proper cup of tea." This collection is filled with 125 color photographs and 75 recipes. It is a great gift book that gives readers a tantalizing taste of what's brewing across America!


About the Author

Bruce Richardson is one of America's leading tea authorities. He is a featured columnist for Fresh Cup magazine and a contributing writer to such magazines as Tea Time and TEA. The writer/photographer is a frequent guest speaker at tea seminars and events across the United States. Mr. Richardson serves as a consultant to the food and beverage industry. He is the author of The Great Tea Rooms of Britain, A Tea for All Seasons, A Year of Teas, Looking Deeply into Tea, The Tea Table, The New Tea Companion. He is designing a new guide book series for 2006 release - Tea in the City: New York and Tea in the City: London.

 

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