These crisp sugar cookies are flavored with citrusy Earl Grey tea leaves.
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These sugar cookies are lightly crisp at the edges and flavored citrusy Earl Grey tea.
I drink Earl Grey almost every day, and over a recent cup I decided to use it in my baked goods rather than alongside it.
These muffins are infused with a mix of citrusy Earl Grey tea and lemon.
A flourless chocolate cake flavored with earl grey tea, lavender, and flaky sea salt.
Fortnum and Mason is a dangerous place for me. They have walls (walls!) of three of my very favorite things: tea, coffee, and jam. I've recently discovered that they ship to the United States, which is both a very good, and very bad, thing.
Though I generally prefer loose leaf tea, this Assam offering from Numi (blended with real bergamot, not 'natural flavors') is quite good, bold and even a bit smoky, with enough backbone to add milk if desired.
Having lived in London for six months, I decided it was high (tea) time that we do an ice cream flavor inspired by British cuisine. Haggis ice cream was an option, as was black pudding sorbet, but ultimately I decided on a new spin on cookie dough ice cream. How to elevate the good ol' vanilla ice cream with dough balls? An Earl Grey ice cream with chewy pieces of lemon cookie dough sounded pretty good.
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Photograph from speechlessson on Flickr Recently at Bumpkin, I cringed to hear an American tourist ask the waiter for an iced tea. They may do tea well in England, but they sure don’t do it iced. But I found an even better replacement. London's extravagant and wonderful Italian corner Locanda Locatelli does Earl Grey sorbet. I would have taken a picture as proof, only they don't allow cameras in the restaurant. The bitter bergamot of the tea was pierced with a sweetness requisite to all sorbets, and the cold assuaged my American cravings for tea leaves brewed on ice. It was delicate, unexpected, tricultural, and a bit downright impertinent. For me, it was love at first bite. From a...