wuyi ensemble


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wuyi ensemble

Postby soapy » May 2nd, '06, 13:12

can anyone give some tips on how to use this tea or the taste or any other info, what it'dgo with, etc.?
Thanks :)
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Postby Chip » May 6th, '06, 17:49

....heheh, soapy, I never give info to the competion....especially when she won the Adagio April Tea of the Month Tea Chef competition, but I do offer you my sincere admiration and congrats!!! And good luck in the May competion.

Perhaps you could offer me advise instead...heheh.
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Postby soapy » May 6th, '06, 22:04

thank you! heeheeeheee
i just got my tea sample so I'm making a cup and stiffing as I type so soon soon I'll find out! lol
:wink: :idea:
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Postby Chip » May 7th, '06, 01:17

hey soapy...how was your cuppa wuyi, I just got mine too. It was pretty cool, coming in a tin with the "special sticker." So I had to get a special wuyi avatar.
I had to sample mine too since I have had wuyi's that varied greatly from each other, but it was quite good.
See you at the awards banquet...heheh. :roll:
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Postby soapy » May 8th, '06, 10:03

I had 2 cups it was so good! Thank you! I also made a snack with it too :P :wink: which went over big with everyone who tried it... Want to try some? heeheee :roll: Well if your in the neighborhood drop by.... :)
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Postby Chip » May 8th, '06, 13:17

...wow, Soapgal is a woman of quick action...I am still...thinking. I will be by to spy this afternoon...see you then.
You are going down, Soapgal...heheh.
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Postby soapy » May 8th, '06, 14:56

now now chip it's not any winning recipe I dont' think so anyway...just something very quick & small not a meal...hint hint! :wink:
I wish you luck, would you like some assistance?
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Postby Chip » May 8th, '06, 15:21

soapy wrote:now now chip it's not any winning recipe I dont' think so anyway...just something very quick & small not a meal...hint hint! :wink:
I wish you luck, would you like some assistance?


...I am humbled by your humbleness...
hmmm...not a meal...what could it be?

I am getting closer...90% certain of what I will do...but still open to that amazing inspiration that I always expect to hit me right between the eyes...heheh...lol.

Good cooking and may your food not stick to the pans,
the self-proclaimed most amazing chef in the imaginary land of TeaChef,
Chef Chip
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Postby soapy » May 8th, '06, 15:36

hmmm now sit relax and enjoy another cup of this tea and hopefully that something will come to you! :shock:

mines a side dish appetizer type of thing. Great for any occasion, BBQ, snacks, luncheons, etc.
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Postby Chip » May 8th, '06, 16:25

...what I am thinking would be an adaptation of something I do with another tea...but I think it would be an interesting contrasting variation...
It is such a subtle application though...most folks have that WOW factor going for them with their recipes.

This banter we have going is kinda fun...there should be a TeaChef section in the forum...or is there...anyway, I am going to suggest it.

I must save all my remaining wuyi for experimentation...just in case I fail with my first attempt. It is amazing that rarely happens to me...and I never follow a recipe...
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Postby soapy » May 8th, '06, 17:38

hmmm gunpowder goes well with it :)
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Postby Chip » May 8th, '06, 17:53

Soapy, I put a request in the Feedbck section about a seperate section for Tea Cooking/ TeaChef...check it out and if you think it is a good idea, add a post...
thanx.
Hmmm, wuyi and gunpowder...interesting.
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Postby Chip » May 8th, '06, 18:57

Great news for TeaChefs and wannabes...there is a whole new seperate section for us under the Community/TeaChef header...so it will be easy to find out what is going on in the imaginary land of TeaChef.

Check it out and join the fun.

Thanx Adagio...you are the best.
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Postby soapy » May 8th, '06, 19:20

now no stealing my ideas..... :lol:
I did find it, it was a GREAT idea! Thank you, I get lost in these forums quite often myself so sometimes I don't bother because of that reason
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