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Tea Sampler


I recently came across Cérémonie tea and was wowed by the sleek packaging and the burst of flavor of each tea sachet. I used a colorful ribbon to match the box, but with the variety of catchy flavors and colors there are so many food and packaging possibilities to complement this delectable tea.   Cérémonie tea blends and herbal infusions are rich in flavor and delicious in taste. Their distinctively wrapped eye-catching mini cubes hold a mesh tea sachet that is bursting with bold taste of whole-leaf tea, fine herbs and spices. Cérémonie tea is a great gift item for the tea lover and anyone wishing to experience the soothing sensation of a cup of tea.   Cérémonie teas are available from Amazon and on www.thequalitea.com.


For Peanut Butter Cups

Yields 30–36 cups

1. Place small cupcake liners in a muffin pan.
2. Mix first four ingredients together.
3. Fill each muffin holder two-thirds of the way with the mixture.
4. Cover with melted chocolate and decorate with toppings.


Do not microwave milk chocolate for more than 30 seconds at a time. As soon as the chocolate is mostly melted, remove from the microwave and mix well until the chocolate is completely melted. Putting milk chocolate in the microwave too long will cause the chocolate to harden as opposed to melting it.

For S’mores Balls

Yields approximately 24 balls

1. Crush graham crackers into a fine crumb and pour into a medium mixing bowl. Add the mini chocolate chips, salt, and marshmallow fluff and mix well.
2. Roll the mixture into one-inch balls and place on spoons. Place on a wax paper-lined baking sheet. Freeze for 15 minutes.
3. Remove balls from the freezer and roll each one in melted chocolate to coat. Place back on a wax paper-lined tray and sprinkle with toppings.


When making this milchig, I like to use the tempered milchig baking chocolate sold at The Peppermill in Boro Park.


Photography: Hudi Greenberger
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