I’ve been making my own chai syrup lately and I can’t believe it took me so long to do this. It’s super easy to make and the syrup can be stored in the fridge for up to a month.

Chai Syrup

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Sugared fruit is an easy way to dress up your afternoon tea party or holiday table. I found these little lady apples and baby grapes, which are completely adorable as a decorative centerpiece, but you can use whatever fruit you want.

Sugared Fruit

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Creamy, tangy and sweet, this open faced tea sandwich is a perfect two-bite. Just five ingredients are needed. Equal parts goat cheese and mascarpone cheese Fig jam with whole fruit cut in half (I used Nar Gourmet’s Baby Fig Jam c/o) Roughly chopped pecans White bread cut into squares, then lightly toasted I mixed goat cheese and mascarpone to create a spreadable cheese mixture and to make it a little less pungent.

Tea Sandwich // Goat and Mascarpone Cheese, Fig Jam, & Caramelized Pecans

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You know what’s easier than this Matcha (Green Tea) Salt recipe? Nothing. When I went to L’Arpege in Paris, one of the little dishes they brought out was radish and salt, which gave me the idea to make it with matcha.

Matcha (Green Tea) Salt

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This tea sandwich was inspired by the foie gras tea sandwich I had at the Shangri-La Paris. (See my post and photos of their version.) Creamy and sweet, Shangri-La’s tea sandwich was so delicious that I wanted to create my own.

Tea Sandwich // Foie Gras

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