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Mr. Coffee Alderton Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, 2.3-Quart, Green

by Mr Coffee
List price: $24.99 Price: $17.97 Buy Now

  • 2.3-Quarts
  • Handwash recommended
  • Flip-up spout cover for safe and easy pouring and a stay cool trigger for saftey

Product description

Mr. Coffee Alderton 2.3 Qt. Stainless steel tea kettle with lid, green. Mirror tube swing handle with black bakelite.

Medelco 12-Cup Glass Stovetop Whistling Kettle

by Medelco
List price: $9.99 Price: $9.88 Buy Now

  • 12-cup whistling kettle made of thermal-shock-resistant borosilicate glass
  • Includes metal heat diffuser for safe use on electric range coils
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Product description

The Medelco One All brand Stovetop Whistling Tea Kettle is a great product for boiling water. This kettle is made of laboratory quality borosilicate glass from Germany and has a heat tolerant handle designed for use on gas, electric, and glass cook tops. The kettle has a 12 5-cup capacity, is stain resistant and dishwasher safe. (Includes whistling lid and metal trivet).

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How Pyrex Reinvented Glass For a New Age 06/05/15, via Smithsonian

Early products included the typical Pyrex casserole dishes, as well as pie plates, shirred egg dishes, custard cups, loaf pans, oval baking dishes, cut-glass teapots and engraved dishes. In 1925, the Pyrex liquid measuring cup was introduced, though it

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35 Life Hacks That Will Save You Thousands 05/18/15, via Huffington Post

21. Granny's Electric Teapot. Remember the electric teakettle your grandmother always used? Well, granny knew best. When boiling just a small amount of water, an electric teapot is the most economical method, compared to the microwave or stovetop. 22.

grosche Indigo Glass stovetop Kettle review with infuser teapot by Jessica W.

a review by a customer of the glass stove top indigo kettle, this customer is using it with an infuser (which is optional and can be added in), and using it as a .




Published by Andrews McMeel Publishing 2015

ISBN 9781449470227,144947022X
144 pages

"Steeped is smart, inventive, and most of all, inspiring.. Annelies has got me daydreaming about the possibilities of tea, from Sweet Tea Jelly on toast to California Tea Leaf Salad and Arnold Palmer Poppy Seed Muffins. This beautiful book deserves a spot next to your teacup." - Molly Wizenberg, author of A Homemade Life and Delancey Romance your oat porridge with rooibos, jazz up your brussel sprouts with jasmine, charge your horchata with masala chai! Annelies Zijderveld’s deliciously inventive tea-steeped recipes include: Matcha Chia Pudding Parfaits Earl Grey Soba Noodle Salad Green Tea Coconut Rice Chamomile Buttermilk Pudding with Caramelized Banana Earl Grey Poached Pears with Masala Chai Caramel Sauce This beautiful book will inspire you to pull out your favorite teas, fire up...

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Tea Tuesdays: Cold Weather, Gogol And The Rise Of The Russian Samovar - KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest

There are two drinks most people associate with Russia — vodka and tea, prepared in a giant hot-water urn known as a samovar. Yet while vodka may have actually originated in Russia (Poland is another contender), tea is a thoroughly foreign product. Most historians believe the Chinese first brought tea to Russia sometime in the 1600s. As for the samovar. The samovar is undoubtedly at the center of Russia's tea culture. Regardless, it was in Russia, a sprawling country whose northernmost boundaries reach into the Arctic Circle, that the samovar became entwined with national identity. A samovar is essentially a glorified self-heating kettle. an internal chimney vents the smoke into the air while heating the water around it. A small teapot can be placed at the very top of the samovar to keep steeped tea warm. This made the samovar very practical compared to Russian stoves that took a lot of firewood and time to heat up. "It was an economical way to heat water very fast," says Zavilova. This may be one reason why the samovar took hold in Russia: For most people, it was simply the most cost-effective way to drink tea. The very first samovar factory opened in Tula, a metalworking town south of Moscow, in 1778. As the demand for samovars grew and even more factories opened, the town became almost synonymous with samovar production. "It had dozens and dozens of factories making samovars," says Zavilova. Even today, it's noted in sales brochures or museum descriptions if a samovar was made in Tula. Today, tea drinking is thoroughly ingrained in Russian identity, at home and abroad (think of the famous Russian Tea Room in New York City). Yet tea itself didn't become affordable for all Russians until the late 1800s, writes historian Audra Jo Yoder in Making Tea Russian. In the early 19th century, "tea drinking as an everyday social ritual, if it existed at all, was confined to the highest echelons of Russian society," she writes. It's likely that many lower classes who had samovars weren't drinking tea but sbiten' — a hot drink made from herbs, sweetened with honey. Though merchants, aristocracy, and eventually, peasant families used samovars, not all of them were made alike. The richest families used samovars crafted from pure silver. samovars for the lower-classes were made from copper and brass. Today, gift shops in Russia often sell elaborately enameled samovars covered in jewels or bright colors. Even the samovars that famed jeweler Peter Carl Faberge crafted for the czars were left unpainted – though they were plenty opulent nonetheless: They were mostly constructed from lustrous silver and accented with intricate engravings on the legs,... Regardless of the social class of its users, samovars helped alter the nature of social gatherings for all Russians, says Zavilova. Since the water inside a samovar had to be heated all at once, anyone who wanted to partake in a hot beverage had to gather around it at the same time. A samovar could often heat between one and two gallons of water – perfect for a large group to enjoy a leisurely chat while drinking tea. In the 1800s Dostoyevsky, Pushkin, Tolstoy and other great Russian writers began using the samovar as a symbol of the nation's culture itself. As he describes one character with high social aspirations, "Having become an agent, he quite naturally did as all agents do: kept company and made friends with the better-off villagers, levied higher taxes on the poorer families, got up at nine... " It may be that beloved literature is just as responsible as common usage for championing the samovar as a symbol of Russia. Today, Russia is still one of the biggest consumers of tea in the world, but most homes now use stove-top kettles instead of samovars to heat their water. When it comes to exemplifying "Russian-ness," few items do it better than the samovar. Indeed, during one of President Obama's visits to Russia, Vladimir Putin treated his American counterpart to a Russian tea from a samovar.

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Teaology Infuso Borosilicate Infusion Teapot and Glass Set

Home & Outdoor

From Teaology comes an incredible new line of tea accessories that make a bold statement. Made of durable, heat resistant, mouth-blown borosilicate glass of the finest quality, the Infuso is the perfect tea brewing set. Our design is popular with flower blossom tea such as chrysanthemum blooming tea. Borosilicate glass is stronger than common glass. It is shatter-resistant and resitant to high heat. It is the same glass used in making beakers, test tubes and other chemistry equipment. Avoid the aftertaste and flavor you get from plastic and metal kettles. This set comes with our famous Azzurro teapot and a set of 4 Luna Teacups. The teapot comes with an included stainless steel tea infuser to make gourmet loose leaf tea. It can be used on gas, electric, and coil type stovetops. It is lead free glass. The double-walled design of each Luna glass insulates drinks at their ideal temperature and suspends drinks with a unique floating effect. The glass is condensation free and does not get hot to the touch when filled with hot beverages. The glassware is dishwasher, microwave (excluding metal infusion parts) and freezer safe. Teapot measures 8 wide with handle and spout x 5.75 and 4.75 tall. 700ml/24oz volume. Each glass measures 2.5 wide and 1.5 tall and has a volume of 60ml.


Tea Forte® Cherry Blossom Teapot & Tea - Tea Forte® Cherry Blossom Teapot & Tea


Tea Forte's beautiful and durable, Cherry Blossom gloss-glazed ceramic teapot with its foolproof steeping system will become a lifetime companion to any tea lover. This stunning tea pot is paired with a canister of Organic Wild Berry Hibiscus Herbal Tea, a sweet blend of blackberry, raspberry, apple, orange, and licorice root. Makes approximately 35-50 delicious cups. Teapot is dishwasher safe and steeps tea for two - 24ozTeapot lid unclips from teapot and is easily removed for cleaningNot intended for stove-top use Improved stainless steel infusing basket included


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Step aside, barista: how to make a decent cup of coffee at home - 07/14/15, via

He’s using a kettle with a long thin spout ... I’m considering a Clever Drip for home but may find that hard to move away from my stovetop. The new methods I’ve learned are fascinating but old habits are hard to beat.

Glamping in Ireland: Five of the best sites for pitching your luxury tent - 07/16/15, via

And it’s far from heating cold baked beans over a camping stove - glamping comes with all mod cons. Derval McGovern runs one of Ireland’s leading glamping sites, Teapot Lane Luxury Camp in Co. Leitrim. She has lived on the site since 2004 after ...

Disaster at sea witnessed by a village - 07/12/15, via Morpeth Herald

Two of the boats were stove at the outset, and the third ... Hull coastguard district had presented Margaret Brown with “a very handsome solid silver tea-pot”, while Isabella and Mary “each received an extremely handsome and massive silver brooch ...


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For the latest Utata Challenge: The Iron Photographer. Kinda like the Iron Chef, but with props and a camera instead of ingredients and a stovetop. Challenge: outside, daylight, shoes, beverage, and something blue. My mission: my deck, early evening, slippers, tea, blue teapot (and pink tutu, but that was strictly extra credit). (note to pierre: you almost got a cleavage shot, but my slippers looked funny in that one.)
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This is the old gas stove that came with our house. It's about a million years old, but still works well. On top is our Le Creuset teapot.
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