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July 14, 2005



What a provocative ingredient! I've been collecting recipes using tea as a central ingredient for the last year! Perfect!


Great theme, Clement. I recently picked up some unusual teas and had something in mind for them. It must be fate!

Nupur thats nothing short of an obsession for the whole Indian subcontinent :) I'll have plenty to blog about...great theme!


hiya, what a terrific theme! only problem would be narrowing it down...cheers,j

clare eats

wow great theme! I have some REALLY good tea about to arrive at any minute so this is perfect!


What a fabulous theme! I'm going to start thinking of ways to use tea...well, I may wait till morning; but still...can't wait!


fantasTEA!!! thanks for hosting.


Hi Clement,

Thanks for hosting! What a wonderful theme. You can count me in! =)


Great theme Clement! Now, I wonder... how can I use tea AND eggs in one all-singing, all-dancing recipe??? :P


I am really happy about this idea. It is common ground for all of us, yet so personal. I will be on holiday up in Scotland with my American parents and my Scottish mother in law, the potential for tea discourse is immense. Looking forward to seeing what brews.


What a lovely idea! Thank you. I will of course take part and share stories of mailing 10 pound packages of tea around the world and my first ever Burmese tea salad and so of course, whatever I come up with to make!


oooh, my family lives for teatime!!! wonderful idea.


Pure genius. I'm looking forward to this one!


Interesting! I'll have to work hard to come up with something... better get a move-on! ;)


Hi Clement - such a great theme! I think I'll have to go with matcha as a Japanese...


Tea is probably the only thing I consume every single day of my life. Love it.


What a wonderful idea! I think I will join this event for the first time...


good idea! i've been inspired by some wacky green tea recipes lately. i'm going to try one out and see how it turns out ... cheers, steve


I only started participating last month and I'm so glad I did! I LOVE this theme--I've been experimenting in cooking with green tea. Great idea!


oh my goodness, what a great idea! I salivate just thinking about the tea eggs I used to eat. I'll try to come up with something, and maybe I can rope Emily into it. Nice meeting you at her party last time, btw!

Lady Amalthea

This sounds great. I've never cooked with tea, but seen some fun recipes. Looking forward to it!


Hi clement, im very glad you've invited everyone even the ones that arent food bloggers; im actually trying to build a web site about food, but its much more complicated than i had though. Then im gonna think of some recipes for this "is my blog burning" and ill post them on my usual blog.

Bruce Arthurs

Do herb teas count, or should entries be restricted to real tea as an ingredient?

(Alas, I'm a barbarian, and don't like the taste of real tea. I've been thinking of using a spiced herbal tea as the base for a sorbet and/or ice cream, though. Or, if I have to use real tea, perhaps I could try tea-smoking some chicken or salmon.)


I LOVE it. This is going to be sensational. Thanks!



Hi everyone, I'm very glad you're all looking forward to IMBB. I can't wait to read everyone's entries!

Jane - It was very nice to meet you too. Look forward to seeing what you and Emily will cook up. If you ever do visit Camp 31 for ribs, please let me know how they are!

Fanny - Great to see you've started a food blog!

Bruce - Either is would be fine. Herbal tea sorbet/ice cream does sound very interesting. Look forward to seeing what you'll come up with.

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