BEEF FILLET MARINATED IN SMOKED TEA AND HORSERADISH Ingredients: 1 litre smoked tea such as Lapsang Souchong
500g beef fillet, cut in to four steaks Oil Marinade: 2 tbsp wholegrain mustard 3 tbsp sugar 3 tbsp lime juice Salt and pepper 3 tbsp grated horseradish - make it easy and use the Microplane(r) Master Series Coarse Grater To serve: Lime, cut in to wedges Small bunch coriander, roughly chopped Handful chopped peanuts (optional) Potato wedges Method: 1.
When made at home, they are usually enjoyed with tea-eggs (those lovely marbled boiled eggs soaked in smoky Lapsang Souchong
tea) but I thought a sunny fried egg might also work well, here, and add a reminder that we're still at home a little bit, wherever we are in the world.
Expect the bartenders here to tempt you with a fine selection of single barrel and small batch bourbons (some bottled exclusively for the bar), bourbon flights and exquisite cocktails like Smoke Ringsamade with bourbon, dry curacao, amaro, lapsang souchong
tea, and absinthe.
Finally, add in the Lapsang Souchong
tea and syrup mixture.
Shiitake encourages normal immunity and stimulates metabolism.* Eleuthero root and ashwagandha support endurance and a balanced stress response.* Oolong and lapsang souchong
tea help boost your energy and provide antioxidants.* It's a rich and smoky cup with seductive hints of umami, sure to motivate and inspire.
They socialised in tea shops and caught up with the gossip and scandal over Lapsang Souchong
A combination of culinary botanicals reflects the wide variety of cultures that make DTLA home: smoky lapsang souchong
tea, Sichuan peppercorn, star anise, lemon balm, lemongrass, ancho chile, cubeb, spearmint, black cumin, and cardamom.
Just have to be careful you don't get your lapsang souchong
all over that nice white leather.
Origin-authentic teas like jasmine, rose and Lapsang Souchong
impart their flavour upon the leaf via the scented method.
"It depends on the ingredient match, and breaking through the mindset some people have that chocolate doesn't go well with wine." She uses many savory ingredients in her candies, including chile, curry, Lapsang souchong
tea, fennel pollen and pink peppercorns.
She also toured the Forbidden City in Beijing with husband Philip and drank Lapsang Souchong
at a tea ceremony, He said they enjoyed the brew at home.
I sip a cup of lapsang souchong
tea in Highgate, North London, after a bracing walk across Hampstead Heath.