In celebration of National Hot Tea Month, the members of MATBA have launched their Hot Tea Month Recipe Book project. Each week, members will be highlighted, their businesses will be introduced to you, and a link to their recipe page will be provided. You can download the colorful cover, print and save the recipe pages, print from the pdf the members provide and collect all the recipes throughout the month!
Kathleen Rogers of Set to a Tea loves to turn her design & illustrations into products to share with you. MATBA is thrilled to highlight her this month as she has created the cover for the Hot Tea Month Recipe Booklet. Visit her website to download the cover to begin to create your very own personal recipe book provided by members of the Mid-Atlantic Tea Business Association.
Betty's Tea Travel is the next member featured. Visit her blog for a recipe for Cherry Almond Scones. Be sure to download and save the recipe to add to your new MATBA recipe book! And, consider joining a tea themed adventure coordinated by Betty Thompson, travel advisor!
Greenhalgh Tea, owned by Karen Donnelly, a certified TAC Tea Sommelier professional. She sells loose leaf teas and assorted tea ware in her Orchard Tea Room in the Rose Hip Barn. She shared a recipe for Gluten Free Blueberry Cake.
Deborah and Mike Raab of Tea-for-All in NJ share a recipe for English Style Muffins using a Chai concentrate. Tea for All offers a variety of quality teas, accessories, and specialty classes. You can also find their charming tea bar at the Trenton Farmer's Market in NJ.
Susanna Reppert of The Rosemary House shares two recipes to add to your growing MATBA recipe booklet, Triple Lemon Tea Bread and the adorable Gingerbread Cookies. Click on each pdf link for a printable page.
Nancy Reppert of Sweet Remembrances Tea Room shares two recipes for the MATBA recipe booklet, Traditional English Cream Scones and Strawberry Tea Bread. The link provides a pdf to print the recipes.
Kathleen Edinger of TeaScapes shares a recipe for her Spirited Break. Enjoy this adult beverage iced or hot, if you prefer.
Nishchal Banskota of Nepal Tea provides a recipe for Golden Milk, Golden Hour Drink which incorporates a wide array of spices including turmeric, cinnamon, cardamom, saffron, and fresh ginger.
Melissa Fitch Ciccotelli of Tea You There offers her recipe for Eclipse Cookies. You can find the recipe on her Facebook page. She recommends you enjoy these cookies with Earl Grey Tea.
Judith Krall Russo; speaker, educator, consultant, and writer, of Tea Food History shares a warming winter cocktail recipe, Winter's Apple.
Janet Meyers and Erin Bradley of Tea by Tea, a charming tea room located in Bel Air, MD, posted a recipe for Chocolate Chai Americaine Cookies
Allison Sommer of Desert Breeze Tea Par-teas (currently in Las Vegas, NV) hosts event planning and catering. She shares this recipe for Moist Lemon Tea Cakes.
Kathy Cody of Calabash Garden Tea Room & Gift Shop in North Carolina suggests making your presentation pretty makes everything better!
Marnie D'Amato of The Garden Tea Room in Conyngham, PA. Marnie creates enchanting tea experiences at her specialty events. She offers a recipe for Apple Brie Bites.
Judy and Bill Larkin, certified Tea Specialists from the Specialty Tea Institute and owners of the Larkin Tea Company, LLC in Martinsburg, WV, are happy to share several soup recipes using tea, including Creamy Green Tea Soup with spinach and chicken.
Kathleen Hippeli, a certified tea sommelier, tea professional and etiquette consultant, and owner of One Steep at a Thyme in NJ, shares her recipe for Spinach Pie.
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