Your Great-Grandmother Made Better Tea: Ice Tea Tea Punch Tea Dessert Recipes 1890-1920

Your Great-Grandmother Made Better Tea: Ice Tea Tea Punch Tea Dessert Recipes 1890-1920

by Paul Gerst
     
 

Use your favorite tea to make drinks and desserts your great-grandmother may have made.

Get 50 hot tea, iced tea, Russian tea, fruit tea, tea punch and tea dessert recipes you may never have seen before. All the recipes date from 1890 to 1920, when tea occupied a prominent place in US culture.

Despite dating from 1890 to 1920, these recipes still…  See more details below

Overview

Use your favorite tea to make drinks and desserts your great-grandmother may have made.

Get 50 hot tea, iced tea, Russian tea, fruit tea, tea punch and tea dessert recipes you may never have seen before. All the recipes date from 1890 to 1920, when tea occupied a prominent place in US culture.

Despite dating from 1890 to 1920, these recipes still are easy-to-follow using just a few simple steps. Still readily found in most supermarkets today, the ingredients listed are popular items of the time.

Now, you never have to make boring tea any longer. Just try 1 or 2 of these simple tea recipes and you may find a new favorite. Try making some of these for your kids as an alternative to sodas or other sweet drinks.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012795649
Publisher:
Paul Gerst
Publication date:
07/14/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
494 KB

Meet the Author

Paul Gerst has always been an avid tea drinker. The desire to drink interesting
tea led him to start teadog. com, an Internet tea store offering brands from around the world.

Paul led teadog.com to be recognized as one of the leading Internet retailers. The company earned the 2010 Bizrate Circle of Excellence Platinum Award, one of only 34
online retailers to earn this award. The award is very special because it
recognizes online retailers that provided outstanding online customer
experiences as rated by their own customers.

Prior to starting teadog.com, Paul worked for IBM. He was a Marketing Manager working with IBM Software Business Partners. At IBM, he was recognized with the Vice Presidents Award for outstanding accomplishments in marketing.

In a previous career, he taught high school in Jersey City and served in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. He lives in Dallas with wife Heidi and young sons Andrew and Matthew.

Follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/paulgerst

To learn more or contact Paul, visit http://www.PaulGerst.com or stop by
http://www.teadog.com.

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