Market Spice Tea Because There's an Adventurer in all of us

Written by Ryan Fyfe

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Market spice has been converting Green tea drinkers for almost 100 years. Why Market Spice? Words can't do any more justice: If there is an adventurer in you: Try it and find out for yourself!


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Ryan Fyfe is the owner and operator of Tea Area Which is a great web directory and information center on Tea and the different types of tea like Green Tea, and market Spice Tea.

From Prix Fixe to Cold Tea: A Glossary of Popular (and Obscure) Restaurant Terms

Written by MH

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Kosher Food that conforms to Jewish dietary laws and rituals. Pork and shellfish are never kosher, nor is meat mixed with dairy products. If you see a restaurant named "Ralph's Clam Shack and Rib House," chances are, it is not kosher.

Prix Fixe A full meal, typically with between three and seven courses that is offered at a set price. Often, that set price will drive a person to drinking lots and lots of cold tea once his or her credit card bill comes inrepparttar following month.

Smart Casual A dubious restaurant dress-code term, typically meaning, "no jeans and sneakers, but don't wear with a suit and tie, either." In other words, dress like you are playing 18 holes of golf (but don't wear metal spikes). George Costanza on "Seinfeld" coined this term. 'Nuff said.

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Trattoria A restaurant, usually informal, that serves simple, old-fashioned Italian meals. If a trattoria also has a decent wine list, another name forrepparttar 138442 place would be bistro (see). But a bistro cannot be a trattoria unless it serves Italian food. However, if a bistro does serve Italian food but does not have a decent wine list, then it is no longer a bistro. It is a trattoria. Actually, it may be best to just forgetrepparttar 138443 whole thing. Both are restaurants. OK?

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Boston's Hidden Restaurants is a restaurant guide that features top little-known dining spots in Boston and New England. The original glossary of restaurant terms page can be found on our site.

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