Tea with Miss Rose: Recipes and Reminiscences of Boston's Teacup Society
Tea with Miss Rose: Recipes and Reminiscences of Boston's Teacup Society captures the spirit of Beacon Hill landscape architect Rose Nichols, also known for her tea parties. Here are recipes and more for Bostonians, tea lovers, history buffs, and similar.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 123 pages.
Publisher: Mount Vernon Press
Author: Elizabeth W. Driscoll and Elaine Negroponte
Description: Tea with Miss Rose is essential reading for anyone hosting a formal tea to celebrate an engagement or christening -- or just planning a simple get-together to welcome a new neighbor.
It provides the reader with a wide assortment of recipes, tips on baking and serving, and instructions on setting the perfect tea table.
But more than just unearthing wonderful old recipes and dispensing practical advice, Tea with Miss Rose draws the reader into a bygone era -- providing a glimpse into the life and times of Bostonian Rose Standish Nichols, a Beacon Hill icon who turned an afternoon tea into an art form.
Condition: Good condition.
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