Should you assume the enjoyment of inexperienced tea is a comparatively new pursuit in america, a Zoom speak for the Culinary Historians of New York will set you straight. Robert Hellyer, an affiliate professor of historical past at Wake Forest College and the creator of “Inexperienced Tea with Milk and Sugar: When Japan Stuffed America’s Tea Cups,” will clarify how Japanese inexperienced tea grew to become common in nineteenth century America.
Culinary Historians of New York, “What’s in Your Cup? Inexperienced Tea with Milk and Sugar,” Might 9 at 6:30 p.m., free for members, $10 for nonmembers, culinaryhistoriansny.org.
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