Pork takes particularly well to smoking techniques, especially those that are preceded by brining.
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Elephants are an integral part of Indian culture. They are generally referred to as Ganesh, the elephant headed Hindu […]
The intense, curious, and inventive mind of Allen Han has been focused for years on industrial design. The 45-year-old is […]
Tea is the beverage that welcomes millions of holiday visitors in every land — instantly conveying warmth and comfort. Centuries […]
This Italian holiday classic is incredibly moist and more tender than you will believe. Although the hands on time is not long, you’ll want to plan two days ahead to tea brine your pork belly overnight, then rub it with tea, herbs and spices and allow to sit another night before slowly roasting.
For the holidays on a variety of menus I have often featured ‘Tea Nog’ which is a handmade eggnog made […]
Large government-supported tea estates are failing. Scarcity of labor, the cost of large-scale production and reliance on chemicals and pesticides […]
Green tea (nokcha in Korean) is called “sparrow’s tongue tea” (jaksulcha) due to the tea leaf’s delicate shape. In Korea, […]
“Put it before them briefly so they will read it, clearly so they will appreciate it, picturesquely so they will […]
Tea Journey was funded this week by more than 550 backers who contributed $127,500 making this magazine the third highest […]
Stephen Carroll is one of 42 Tea Journey tasters reporting on the 2016 harvest. Look for his posts on South […]
I began visiting tea markets to find companies selling interesting teas. I spent countless hours sipping teas at tea shops […]
GRASSE, France — Less than an hour away from Nice, in the South of France, there is a small town […]
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Half the world drank tea today. We intend to double that count. Our enthusiasm is unbounded when it comes […]
SAN FRANCISCO — Tea Journey first came to mind in September 2010 during an invigorating panel discussion on the bright […]
It’s dawn and Elizabete Ume Shimada is already behind her sewing machine. Every day, this 90-year-old woman wakes at 4:30 […]
ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia The nomadic way of life shapes Mongolia like no other country. Mongolia is the most sparsely populated country […]
Ghee is a style of clarified butter used in Indian cuisine. In Western clarified butter, you melt the unsalted butter, skim […]
Highly-sought Phoenix wulongs mimic fruits, flowers, and herbs to delight the senses with uncanny aromas. Nothing is added.
These melt in your mouth butter cookies are served at holiday times such as post-Ramadan Eid al fitr, Christmas and […]
Smoking is an ancient food preservation technique prized now more for the flavors imparted by the smoke during the cooking process then the actual preservation of the food. Tea sommelier and author Cynthia Gold shares new recipes for smoked pork loin, smoked quail, smoked salmon, even a smoked cocktail.
Tea once traveled the most daunting journey of any plant on the planet. Few tea drinkers know the story of […]
This preserve is equally at home on the breakfast table or with your afternoon scones as it is on your Thanksgiving dinner table.
I’ve done many variations on this salmon over the years, but this was the first version that was served at […]
A high-mountain wulong known for its elegant aroma and sweet lingering aftertaste, Alishan Zhulu tea is appreciated by connoisseurs worldwide. Discover its story from Ren Zhi Deng, who was a catalyst in transforming his hometown into one of the most revered tea-producing areas in Taiwan.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia In a country where eating is more or less the national sport, tea is prominent on the […]
KITSUKI, Japan Small family-owned tea gardens are inseparable from the economic and social past of historical places such as Kitsuki, […]
‘Fish House Punch’ was created in 1732 at the The Schuylkill Fishing Company gentleman’s club in Philadelphia. This angling club, […]
A secret of good punches for the last 200 years is oleo saccharum (sweet oil). This is made by muddling together […]
This refreshing recipe by Jane Pettigrew came to us by way of Joanna Pruess. It works beautifully as a salad or a dessert. If […]
This white bean dip recipe is breathtakingly quick to make. If you need a quick dish to bring to a […]
From the vibrant colors and culture of Colombo to the peaceful hillsides of Kandy, Sri Lanka is both a tea […]
This wonderful cocktail was created by Marzi Pecen for a Tea Cocktail event that she was leading. She noted that […]
This recipe by Joanna Pruess was created for a tea cocktail book that we are currently writing together. Joanna expressed […]
Lucy’s Fried Chicken, a cherished Texas restaurant chain offers a variation on the Southern specialty Chess Pie made with tea. What could be more perfect to serve at any barbecue?
It took ten years for Rajiv Lochan to acquire and consolidate various plots into a single garden known as Doke Tea, an organic farm along the south bank of the Doke River in Bihar, India.
RANITAR, Nepal Tea was a gift fit for their king that the humble people of Nepal have cherished since its […]
Space on the grill is at a premium when entertaining a crowd so rather than a long slow grilling over indirect heat tea-braise your baby back ribs and then quickly finish on the grill!
Manual founder and creative director Craighton Berman funded this Tea Maker No.1 on Kickstarter. The minimalist tea brewer is made […]
This recipe is from Culinary Tea by Cynthia Gold and Lise Stern. These wings, one of my absolute favorite things […]
Tea lovers know it’s a delicious drink. They’re used to hearing claims that it’s good for you, too. But how […]
At Restaurant L’Espalier in Boston, Pastry Chef Jared Bacheller creates a small sweet treat that is wrapped and given to […]
Crafted from exotic materials, these magnificent cups from Deviehl are a testament to London’s ability to create heirlooms for the […]
Literally steeped in alcohol, the subtlety of the rare teas in this collection from Jo Malone London was completely preserved, […]
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia One of the great pleasures of traveling is taking time to enjoy tea in a new place […]
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There are few seasonal variations for Indonesia’s teas. This is in contrast to areas like Japan or Darjeeling, where extremes in temperature and growing conditions throughout the seasons create drastically different profiles with each harvest.
Photos by Qiu, courtesy of Cha Dao Life Magazine Retold by Si Chen With its striking look, Thousand-Tael tea stands […]