The proud tradition of tea time has a place in foodservice today.

Chef Paul Clinton learned the meaning of a proper tea time from his grandmother when he was growing up in Topeka, KS. Every week, his British-born grandmother, who moved to the states when she was 15, would host a tea time for other “English Wives,” a group of ladies who quenched their thirst with the genteel custom of sitting down with dainty cups of tea and fancy scones and pastries.

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