It’s worth a visit to the lovely Georgian village of Easingwold to appreciate the lovely tea rooms and cafes available. The Clark’s have two to choose from, Clark’s Tea Rooms, Market Place, Easingwold, Yorkshire, YO6 3AG Tel No 01347 823143. This tea shop has all the same cakes, breads and pastries sold at their other shop ‘Clark’s Cafe’ bakery.
It’s divided into three rooms with walls adorned with local artists work and a smokers parlour at the back.The position of this tea shop in the central Market Place is perfect for a stop while shopping where you can enjoy their delicious home-made cakes and a refreshing pot of tea.
Clark’s Cafe, 195 Long Street, Easingwold, Yorkshire, YO6 3JB Tel No 01347 821285. This shop started back in 1925 when the Clark’s grandmother-in-law used to make scones and tea and sell it from the kitchen window to road repair men and cyclists.
You can see from the displays of canal-wares around the room that the owners enjoy narrow boats.
There is also a pretty garden with outside seating for the good weather months.
Everything is made on the premises with the speciality being the all day breakfast, ploughman’s lunch and the set afternoon or cream tea. This comes with a selection of sandwiches, scones with cream and cakes and tea.
I have just published my book ‘A Little Book on Tea Cake & Chocolate‘, which would make a great gift for anyone who loves tea, cake and chocolate.
This little book on tea and cake is a guide about one of our favourite beverages. It explains tea pairings, tea and chocolate, tea and health, tea and sandwiches, fascinating tea facts, buying the right tea, tea to help you sleep and tea cozies and teapots. It also features over one hundred tips on baking cakes and has some recipes for delicious loaf cakes. It finishes with several lovely tea quotes.
A great book for any tea devotee. It’s available on Amazon for £2.99
Over the last three months of spending hours after hours and days after days at the hospital, where my Dad was, I started making notes of some of my posts on tea, cake and chocolate as I felt sure I could use it in a book.
There are nineteen chapters which cover all the tea topics I have mentioned above plus tips on how to make the best cake, pastry, and more. I also cover baking apps and recipe books old and new.
I finally finished it at the weekend and it is now available to buy as a paperback and hopefully as a kindle read soon. I would love some feedback if any readers bought the book.
Yorkshire Tea has launched a new biscuit-flavoured tea that’s causing quite a stir among tea traditionalists.
The beloved tea company Taylors of Harrogate, said the new biscuit brew combines the classic taste of tea and biscuits, so no one will be caught out without a biscuit to dunk.
The new brew has the comforting taste of the original tea but with a smattering of malty sweetness which gives the biscuity flavour.
There’s not just plain old ‘English Breakfast Tea’, lots of countries around the world have their own type of Breakfast Tea. The general term “breakfast tea” can be used to refer to a type of robust, full-bodied black tea intended to be served with a traditional hearty breakfast. Some of the most popular ones are – English Breakfast […]
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To enhance the flavour of certain teas pair with certain foods.
When drinking The Tea Makers Earl Grey have it with fine pate or ham and mustard sandwich’s or crème Brulee or Leicester cheese.
When drinkingTwinings Lapsang have it with chicken or smoked salmon sandwiches or walnut cake or Stilton cheese.
When drinking Kenya tea from Tea Direct have it with beef and horseradish or ham sandwiches or chocolate cake or Austrian smoked cheese.
When drinking Ceylon tea from Ahmad Tea London try having it with cucumber or tomato sandwiches or tarte au citron or mature cheddar cheese.
“A cup of tea is an excuse to share great thought with great minds”
Henrietta Lovell, nicknamed The Tea Lady wants to reintroduce us to the joys of real tea. She would like you to sip it from a vintage bone china cup and enjoyed with a crunchie biscuit or a cucumber sarnie.
She sources and sells exclusive, uncommonly tasty teas from Asia and Africa.
She started ‘The Rare Tea Company’, after losing her father to cancer within three months of him being diagnosed with it. Feeling that she wanted to seize the moment, she researched her passion for tea and in 2004 started the rate tea company.
Part of Henrietta’s time is now actually spent offering tea tasting to would be connoisseurs.
Her teas are available from Waitrose and Sainsbury’s and has some strange names like the ‘Royal Air Force Tea’, which she said is ‘calming in times of national peril and fortifying when courage is required’.
They also have some amazing gifts you can buy from The Rare Tea Company website.
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