Did anyone see the recent episode of 'Dinner: Impossible' on the Food Network? They were at Peet's Coffee and Tea in San Francisco and had to make every dish using either coffee or tea AND use methods that coffee and tea are prepared. First they had to do a "coffee break" for 40 people, while prepping for a dinner four hours later. Then they sprung a "tea break" on them. I pretty much ignored the coffee dishes, but the tea-related things they made looked pretty good. Tea-smoked Salmon (jasmine, I think); Clams steeped in tea (Lapsang); Chicken cutlets with tea, bread crumbs, parmesan, etc. breading; Lo Mein Salad; Quiche, and others. Unfortunately, they only have a few of the recipes on their site.
Anyhoo, it was really interesting to see the crew coming up with different ways to use tea either ground up, infused, or steamed.