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Our Stainless Steel Tea Infuser makes it quick and easy to steep a fresh, more distinct and flavorful cup of loose leaf tea with the same ease and convenience as using store-bought tea bags.
Simply squeeze the spring-action handle to open the snap ball.
Fill the ball halfway (about 2-teaspoons) with loose tea to allow the tea leaves room to fully expand.
Place the infuser, ball end down, into the cup and pour in hot water.
Steep no less than 3 minutes to release the naturally occurring essential oils in tea and maximize the infusion with aroma and flavor.
Once desired brew strength is achieved, remove the Infuser from the cup and discard the used tea leaves.
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Have a whimsical tea party with this fun ivory porcelain tea set featuring elegantly dressed monkeys in a jungle setting. The set features a 32 ounce, 5 3/4" teapot with embossing, a 6 ounce creamer, and sugar bowl with lid, and two 6 ounce pedestal cups and saucers. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Made in China.
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The second production might have caught me fast asleep but I was ready for the third. In this I was aided by a complex set of circumstances. Circumstance No 1: British playwright, Donald Howarth, was in South Africa on a exploratory visit. Even better, he had come to Cape Town. He had seen both Statements and People, as well as the Sunday night production by Serpent Players – the Port Elizabeth group that had been working with Athol – of their incendiary version of Camus’ The Just , which, with typical flamboyant... Donald was about as perfect an example of an English eccentric as you could find. Yvonne and I had met him in London during the Boesman and Lena run at the Royal Court. He was one of the playwrights from the early decades of this extraordinary theatre, led by the visionary, George Devine. Other writers included Christopher Hampton, Howard Brenton, John Arden, David Hare, David Storey, Joe Orton, Ann Jellicoe, Wole Soyinka, David Edgar, Sam Shepard and Mary O’ Malley. Among plays such as Saved by Edward Bond, The Philanthropist by Christopher Hampton, The Kitchen by Arnold Wesker, The Rocky Horror Show by Richard O’ Brien and Owners by Caryl Churchill, Donald contributed his first play, Sugar in the Morning ,... Mavis Taylor had done a production of A Lily in Little India at the Little Theatre. This tall, gangly man with a constant twinkle, cast his observant eyes over the South African situation and came up with a play. The idea of the play was immediately intriguing. As we weren’t allowed to cast any Black actors in our plays, what would happen if you tried to do Othello. Black-face productions abounded all over the world. Donald’s solution. A great play turned into a wonderful satire. It came with many problems. Not least the size of the cast. Circumstance No 2: 18 actors. We were a small, new, semi-broke theatre already hovering constantly on the verge of financial disaster. But in those days I was possessed of a slightly demonic chutzpah. And surrounded by people who shared this disease. I can’t remember now how we managed to recruit the incredibly high-class cast that we did. Surrounding the professionals like Yvonne and Keith Grenville and Limpie Basson – marvelous actors making the first of many appearances for us – were regular company members, Val Donald, Paul Slabolepszy, Ben Dekker, John Kennedy, Charles Kidd,... I was bemoaning my inability to find the large cast one day as he laid out my tea in its silver teapot with the little green felt, hand-sewn triangles to protect your fingers from the heat. ‘I’ve done some amateur acting. Four weeks later, probably to his intense chagrin, he was onstage at The Space in his slightly-worn costume as one of the Lords. Ah, the costumes…. Circumstance No 3: As I have mentioned, our budgets for sets and costumes were close to Nil. I came up against my second experience of one of Donald’s major character traits – pigheadedness. I am stubborn, but up against Donald I was but a rank amateur. He had been in Johannesburg before buying a battered old Mercedes Benz and braving the 960 mile trip to Cape Town. There he had met as many of the theatricals as he could, seen many shows. One was some PACT Shakespeare or other. ‘They’ve got all the costumes we need. I can get them to give them to us for a knock-down price. PACT’s idea of ‘ knock-down’ and mine were unlikely to agree. I went to the Fount of All Costume Wisdom, the wonderful Helen Rooza at the Little Theatre. She had helped us before, in small ways, and would continue to help us until we wrecked some of her precious costumes, when she withdrew all hospitality. Unfortunately, even for Helen, this was too large a task. I begged all the amateur companies for whom I had done. Source: Theatre of Survival
A variety of straw hats, tea supplies (teapots, tea cups, tea cozies), clothing, jewelry, scarves, locally made pottery, and some toiletries, among them scented soaps — sandalwood, frankincense, lemon. What struck me was the color: the clothing
On the front page of the July 4 edition of the Helena IR was a picture of the Confederate Memorial Fountain. The headline: "Hateful or Historical?" That fountain has been in the park since 1916. To the best of my knowledge, its presence has not sparked
It's no secret that the issue of whether or not the Confederate Fountain memorial in Hill Park should be modified, renamed, changed or removed has been a topic of conversation among Helenans. The Independent Record has received and published
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"This ain't your Grandma's teapot." With apologies to the grammar police, I highly recommend visiting 18 Hands Gallery to see ceramic creations that resemble space creatures, leopard-print boots, monkey heads or something straight out of Tim Burton's brain.
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Leopard Teapots, Lion Teapots, Monkey Teapots, Penguin Teapots, Panda Teapot, Pig Teapots, and Rabbit Teapots galore. Scroll down to see the complete collection.
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