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Jan 19th, '06, 16:52

PF Changs

by intelitea » Jan 19th, '06, 16:52

In our first visit to this fine restaurant we ordered several dishes, I don't recall the names but one was chicken with cashew and the other one looked like beef broccoli. The later had a distinct Lapsang Souchong taste. Does any one have a recipe using this tea? Tks.

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Jan 19th, '06, 17:26
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by LavenderPekoe » Jan 19th, '06, 17:26

Funny you should ask. This month's tea chef is based on that tea.

Jan 24th, '06, 13:17

by intelitea » Jan 24th, '06, 13:17

Ok. Thanks I took a look some recipes sound great.

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Jan 25th, '06, 18:47
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by Ghost of Tea » Jan 25th, '06, 18:47

Not entirely on-topic, but the PF Chang's near me has an Oolong that is reasonably yummy. I'd really like to find out what it is that they serve.

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Jan 26th, '06, 08:56
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by klemptor » Jan 26th, '06, 08:56

I believe PF Chang serves Revolution Tea.

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