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Eating Out - June 20, 2008

Ancient tradition, modern application

Tea can come with crumpets, spring rolls or educational classes at Tea Time

by Dale F. Bentson

Tea has always played second fiddle to coffee in the United States, but that will change if Thao Nguyen has any say. She exudes passion and her knowledge of tea is near encyclopedic. She is on a mission as well, to educate and inspire new zealots to the pleasures and health qualities of one of the oldest beverages on the planet.

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Posted by Barbara, a resident of Barron Park
on Jun 21, 2008 at 9:45 am

Especially this week, I would like to see restaurant reviews include whether or not they have air conditioning.


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