I must admit that my heart has ached a bit from not posting as frequently as I'd like. But you'll be happy to know that I've been steeping new fall teas and experimenting in my tea laboratory (a.k.a my counter top and stove) as I prepare for upcoming tea classes. I can't wait to share new recipes and tips as we slip into the chillier months spent warming our hands by the kettle and the stove.
Speaking of classes, there are only a few spots left for my class at COOK on October 29th. And if your calendar is bursting at the brim, then you can always join me at my second session at COOK on November 19th. I promise you that your heart will skip a beat once you step into this collaborative kitchen space. It really is my home away from home nestled on a corner right near Rittenhouse Square.
In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season and sticking with the class theme, I've decided to launch private tea classes to be held in your very own kitchen. Designed for small groups (about 6 people), each class can be customized for the season, holiday, flavor profile, etc. We'll start with a "tea 101" to give your loose leaf adventure the basic foundation, sip and discuss proper steeping methods for an array of teas, and learn how to cook a tea-infused recipe. In fact, this very class was mentioned in a recent article in the Philadelphia Inquirer (take a peek).
Here's to a season of sips and new tea adventures!