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This teapot is a must for anybody who loves a proper cup of tea. Hand made in Stoke on Trent by Adderley Ceramics the teapots are manufactured in Red Terracotta and finished with a wonderful shining Rockingham glaze . Each teapot comes with a card explaining the history of the famous Brown Betty traditional teapots.
Designed by noted British ceramicist, David Birch, the Geo teapot from London Pottery represents an intriguing marriage of traditional and contemporary styles. This glazed stoneware teapot features a familiar rounded body and an angular handle and spout. A unique, patented stainless steel tea strainer is integrated into the teapot lid, and a non-drip spout and stay-cool handle allow for smooth pouring of hot tea. The Geo teapot is available in two sizes: Large (36 ounce/4 cup capacity) and Small (18 ounce/2 cup capacity). Both sizes are available for sale on Amazon.com in a variety of colors to compliment any kitchen. The Geo teapot by London Pottery is dishwasher safe. This teapot is not intended for use directly on the stovetop.
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Primula's Double Wall Glass Tea Press is the best in brewing steaming hot loose tea. Classically designed, this tea press is made of a double wall of durable borosilicate glass which retains heat and freshness longer. Primula's Double Wall Glass Tea Press is exceptional at delivering 8 cups of hot fresh brewed tea. This Double Wall Chrome Tea Press is the standard that others are judged by. Primula's tea press has a heat-resistant knob and plunger that securely fits atop the chrome lid. The handle is heat-resistant, large and transparent; completing the aesthetically pleasing classic appearance. The carefully designed fitted lid and angled spout allows for clean, even pours. Each Primula tea press has an advanced stainless steel filter plunger that provides you with superior brewing capabilities regarding tea strength. This includes a filter spiral plate, a fine stainless-steel mesh filter with cross plate, and easy to use instructions. All the parts are designed to make sure your tea leaves are kept in the beaker and out of your cup. It's so easy to use that even a beginner can make 8 perfect cups of hot loose tea right out of the box! Dishwasher safe and easy to clean.
The classic, trusted quality of Farberware pairs nicely with this durable stainless steel teakettle. It provides timeless beauty when accessorizing your kitchen. Gelatin, hot chocolate, or a cup of soup - the uses for a teakettle don't stop at tea.
Hello Kitty bandage (wearing it). There's even a Hello Kitty panini maker where you can burn her face into your sandwich (I want one). So who would've thought such a genius idea like Hello Kitty dim sum would take until today to happen. The entrance The new restaurant, Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine, offers about 40 choices ranging from HK$42 to HK$238 (US$5 to $30), half of which are Hello Kitty-inspired dishes. The cuteness starts outside: Hello Kitty signs in red and gold -- two lucky colors in Chinese tradition -- adorn the front of the restaurant, along with Chinese-style latticed windows that feature the shape of her bow. Chinese-style decor and Hello Kitty explosions continue on the inside -- in the best possible way. She's on chopsticks, chopsticks holders, plates, bowls, spoons, teapots, ceiling lanterns, wall decor, wine glasses, wine bottles, and chairs. Hello Kitty is even etched into the dining tables -- a Kitty-phile-friendly feature that allows diners to gaze at Hello Kitty while eating Hello Kitty food. More hits than misses My first Hello Kitty dim sum experience starts with a soft, delicious custard bun (HK$42 for a basket), followed by shrimp dumplings (HK$48), and a traditional Cantonese sponge cake (HK$48). It's so cute, I almost can't eat... The custard bun and shrimp dumplings are my favorites -- as tasty as any other dim sum spot in town. In the past, Hello Kitty food hasn't proven as great as Hello Kitty (Remember this. Hello Kitty restaurant is terribly cute and its food is just terrible ). As any Hello Kitty fan knows, her favorite food is her mom's homemade apple pie, she magically weighs the equivalent of three apples, and is the height of about five apples. The sweet and sour pork (HK$98) uses apple instead of the more traditional pineapple. And there's the Hello Kitty apple chicken rice (HK$108), which I find light and healthy. The rice comes molded in the shape of her head, with black beans for her eyes, green Chinese leeks tied together for her bow, red pepper for her nose, and then eggplant skin for her whiskers. It's paired with strips of chicken and vegetables placed in an apple cup. For dessert, I have a traditional Chinese almond dessert soup (HK$38), which is a little thinner than I personally would have liked. But I feel less bummed when I spot one piece of red gelatin in the shape of Hello Kitty floating in my soup. And while I've known this since I was six, I am again reminded: food just tastes better when you eat it with Hello Kitty chopsticks out of a Hello Kitty bowl. Not like any ordinary Hello Kitty dining concept As I am chewing, I think to myself that the concept of Hello Kitty dim sum couldn't possibly get any better. But not only does it have an adorable gimmick, the restaurant uses locally-grown, organic ingredients for some of the dishes. Man Kwong, the restaurant owner and a Hong Kong entrepreneur whose businesses promote clean living, is using the Hello Kitty restaurant as a platform to encourage healthier lifestyles in Hong Kong. But for now, he's using organic whenever possible, natural dyes, less salt and less oil. For example, for the custard bun and shrimp dumpling, Hello Kitty's bow is dyed pink with beetroot, her nose is turned light orange with carrot, and her whiskers and eyes are colored black with squid ink. The immense effort to open a Hello Kitty restaurant The attention to detail at this place is staggering. The restaurant has been in the works for a year and a half, and everything -- from the decor to the food -- had to be approved by Sanrio, the Japanese company that owns the Hello Kitty brand, Man says. Hello Kitty's creator Sanrio even "provided us with a kind of character training -- told us about Hello Kitty, her preferences, her family tree," he adds. "The hardest part was getting the proportion of Hello Kitty's features right," says Chan Kwok-Tung, a dim sum chef for over three decades. Because of all the steps involved, it takes twice as long to make Hello Kitty dim sum compared to regular dim sum. So is Chan a Hello Kitty fan. "Before I joined the company -- I knew nothing about Hello Kitty," he says. Source: www.cnn.com
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The cuteness starts outside: Hello Kitty signs in red and gold -- two lucky colors in Chinese tradition -- adorn the front of the restaurant, along with Chinese-style latticed windows that feature the shape of her bow. Chinese-style decor and Hello
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