Autumn is upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, and it's time to curl up with a cozy cup of pumpkin-spice cocoa, hot apple cider, or harvest punch. Read on for some of our favorite fall teatime drinks!
Besides tea itself, the most essential ingredient of a British or Irish teatime is the scone. Ever since the Duchess of Belford paired tea with scones in the 1800s, the combination has been a legendary tradition across the British Isles. So get ready for some scones and tea!
Summer is the perfect time to try new treats for teatime! Whether you're craving fruity salsas or frozen yogurt snacks, whip up these sweet and simple recipes to give your teatime a summery twist.
Summer is beginning in the Northern Hemisphere, and it’s getting a little warm outside for a hot cup of tea. So let’s take a look at all sorts of chilly and delicious drinks perfect for your teatime!
From cookie dough bites to granola bars and from cheesecake to pie, there's a no-bake recipe that will satisfy all of your sweet cravings. Let's dig into some simple and delicious no-bake recipes perfect for your next Poetry Teatime!
March 14 marks the celebration of Pi Day! On Pi Day, why not enjoy the day with poetry about pi—and, of course, pie! Stay tuned for both delicious recipes to tempt your appetite and delightful poems to tempt your imagination.
For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it's cold this month! January is the perfect time to cuddle under blankets and enjoy a warm cup of tea. In the US, January is National Hot Tea Month. To celebrate, we've collected some of our favorite tips, treats, and recipes from Poetry Teatime.
With a name like “Poetry Teatime,” you’d think tea was an essential ingredient to the celebration. Whether your family loves tea or avoids it at all costs, there are so many other options for a special “teatime” drink! Check out our list of kid-friendly hot drinks to tempt your tastebuds and keep you cozy during the cold months of the year.