I am proud to remind everyone that T Ching has been an important tea blog for many years. I launched T Ching 11 years ago and we’re still going strong thanks to our devoted readers, outstanding guest contributors and devoted T Ching Staff. Our Editor in Chief, Tony Nunez, has … Continue reading
A cup of tea or coffee is perhaps the best way to welcome your mornings. It rejuvenates the senses almost immediately and you feel invigorated. You are now ready to get off the bed, start the day gradually and go on having some good experiences in the world. You could … Continue reading
Our Nation has suffered tremendously this year. We’ve come to a political crisis that has caused increases in anxiety and depression around the country. I googled “Why do we celebrate the 4th of July?” “We think of July 4th, 1776, as a day that represents the Declaration of Independence and … Continue reading
Greetings one and all. We decided to take a long holiday week-end. No new post today but we’ll have some musing for you tomorrow – in honor of the 4th of July. Hope you’ll check back for that.
For many people living in the United States, Memorial Day officially launches the beginning of the summer season. Parties and BBQ’s are the norm around the country. I’d like to take a moment and reflect on the real meaning for Memorial Day – a day set aside to remember those … Continue reading
As a chef, I approach tea as a flavor that I might incorporate into a food, whether sweet or savory. But with my restless penchant for not wishing to leave well enough alone and perceiving flavors and differentiating them from each other, I enjoy experimenting by blending small batches of … Continue reading