What’s New For Tea Readers?

I am always looking for new Tea books. Fiction or Non-Fiction. Here are the three I chose for this month! Enjoy!

A Tea Reader: Living One cup at a Time by [Munichiello, Katrina Avilla]  A Tea Reader contains a selection of stories that cover the spectrum of life.
This anthology shares the ways that tea has changed lives through personal, intimate stories. Read of deep family moments, conquered heartbreak, and peace found in the face of loss. A Tea Readerincludes stories from all types of tea people: people brought up it the tea tradition, those newly discovering it, classic writings from long-ago tea lovers and those making tea a career. Together these tales create a new image of a tea drinker. They show that tea is not simply something you drink, but it also provides quiet moments for making important decisions, a catalyst for conversation, and the energy we sometimes need to operate in our lives.

The stories found in A Tea Reader cover the spectrum of life, such as the development of new friendships, beginning new careers, taking dream journeys, and essentially sharing the deep moments of life with friends and families.

  For centuries, Buddhist monks used this green tea powder, rich in natural antioxidants, to focus during meditation. Now this phenomenal superfood, one of Japan’s best-kept secrets, is growing increasingly popular, appearing in everything from bread and brownies to candy and lattes. Matcha shots were everywhere during New York Fashion Week in 2015, and, because of its caffeine content, matcha might soon replace your morning espresso. The Book of Matcha features more than 40 inspiring dishes that show how you can use this incredibly versatile, antioxidant-rich ingredient at home. Kick-start your day with a Breakfast Booster Smoothie or Chia Seed and Matcha Power Pot. Add some Asian flair to lunch or dinner with Matcha and Butternut Squash Gnocchi or Matcha-Spiced Fried Chicken while sipping a delicious Matcha Mint Iced Tea or Chocolate Matcha Milkshake. Then kick back with a Matcharita or Matcha Martini. A wealth of information on the history, production, and health benefits of this nutrient-packed superfood make this your definitive matcha resource. Release Date January of 2017.

  It was a different time. Ladies wore gloves, hats and nice attire to luncheons at the Woman’s Exchange. Shillito’s provided a cosmopolitan environment for its patrons, while Mullane’s was the perfect place to sip and socialize. The popular Good Morning Show radio program hosted by charming Bob Braun, and later Nick Clooney, was broadcast from McAlpin’s Tea Room. Women gathered at Pogue’s and Mabley & Carew tea rooms to celebrate birthdays, as well as wedding and baby showers, over dainty tea sandwiches. Author Cynthia Kuhn Beischel brings the Queen City’s bygone downtown tea rooms back to life and shares more than one hundred beloved recipes.  Release Date November 2016

Tea Party Birthday Brunch   That is a small taste of what is coming up later this year and early next year.  Books on Tea are always welcome gifts for tea lovers! So enjoy a cup this beautiful morning !   xxP

 

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