by Emeric Harney November 08, 2018 4 min read 1 Comment
Before his death in 2014, John Harney made his mark on the tea industry once again with the release of The Tea Cookbook, which combined his passion for tea with his love of a delicious, family meal. While this cookbook is laden with flavorful dishes, we narrowed it down to a few of our favorites to help you create a mouthwatering meal for the important people in your life. Many of these recipes are staples on our family's table, and we think you'll love them too.
Makes 4 cups
Makes one 10-inch bundt cake
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January 12, 2021
This series of recipes for using fine tea in beverages and in cooking is wonderful. Let’s have more of this! I often add a bit of Darjeeling (brewed) to a stew or use a little Paris brewed when I braise duck legs. I find that the acidity is really an addition that is delicious and the tea adds a subtle flavor. I used to own the Mariage Freres book on cooking with tea but sadly that seems to have disappeared from my shelves. Matcha icecream or matcha in milky puddings is also wonderful. I appreciate this ‘extra’ from Harneys and would love to see what other tea lovers do with their favorite teas. A teashop I used to love in Paris, Chajin, had gorgeous white chocolate bars topped with matcha and a little spicy pepper. Heaven.