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April 24, 2011

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heidi leon

Sometimes I sprinkle some assam tea to prawns, lobster or even chicken before grilling. It adds a lovely smoky dimension.

I tend to trust in matcha powder for cakes or pastries.

Also, my husband makes some wonderful chocolates (carre de chocolat) with earl grey which is just gorgeous.

alexis

Such lovely edible tea tips. Thanks! I've baked with matcha and infused it into salad dressings. It's such a lovely,savory touch. Earl Grey chocolate is one of my favorite sweet treats!

This Good Life

This sounds fantastic and definitely something I'd love to try. I also read that wrapping chicken or meat in (for example, Earl Grey) tea leaves and baking it really adds something special.

I love your blog, by the way. I am currently writing a series on my British tea experiences on my own blog (click on a tag or scroll a few entries down) so feel free to take a look if you're interested.

All the best,
This Good Life

alexis

The Good Life-love the idea of wrapping chicken in tea leaves. I can't wait to try it.

Thanks for the kind words, and I'm excited to peek at your British tea experiences while sipping tea.

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