It’s Tea Time…

If there were ever a time that my inspiration might wane, all I ever need to do is hop on over to see the latest issue of Desserts Magazine. A source of endless ideas, recipes, and unfailingly stunning photos, this is one online publication that seems as though it was designed just for me. Happily, there are always at least one or two vegan recipes as well, and many others can be easily adapted. It was such an honor to share my Meyer Lemon Bundt recipe for issue #7, but now, I have an even more exciting contribution to share…

The cover picture! Surprised to have been given such an important task, and even more so when the editor asked me to make a felt cake this time around. So while fake food may be adorning the cover this time, I promise that the contents are far more delicious.

You definitely wouldn’t want to miss this one, all about tea-infused sweets, so go check it out!

37 thoughts on “It’s Tea Time…

  1. How exciting, congratulations on the cover picture, it’s beautiful! I’ll be sure to check out the magazine straight away!

  2. Fantastic. I love hearing these great successes you have doing what you love. Congratulations!!!!

  3. Congrats! That is to die for cute. LOVE it…of course I love anything that is related to desserts….and the color pink too! That is very cool you are on the cover!

  4. That would be SO cute as a prop for a little girl’s tea party! I would have loved that, as crumbly real food was messy and not as cute as a more user-friendly alternative.

  5. Congratulations! The cake is absolutely adorable. I love the detail in the center of the strawberry and the little “seed” beads! Lovely photography, as always. :)

  6. This is so exciting! Congrats on being on the cover. Your felt creations always looks so good, I am not surprised they asked you to make one for the cover. You are so talented.

  7. Congratulations on the cover and thanks for the link. I’m drooling thinking about the recipes I’m going to make from this issue.

  8. What a coincidence. This post is well titled and timed, right when arrives in the market a new batch of seasonal Shincha tea which means “new tea” in Japanese and refers to the delicate first green tea harvest of the season.

  9. Thanks for letting us know about this amazing magazine, Hannah. And your photo is stunning, “real” cake or not!

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