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Part of what we do is help teach people about teas and tea preparation. Over the years we've appeared at a number of venues, including:
Conference for Integrative Health and Nutrition, tea tastings, in Tucson, Arizona (also in 2004 as a tea demonstration with cookbook author Rosie Daley)
Columbia University Botanical Medicine Symposium, tea class with Dr. Andrew Weil, in New York City (also in 2002, 2003, 2004)
University of Arizona Program for Integrative Medicine, tea class for medical residents, in Tucson, Arizona (also in 2002)
Slow Food, tea lecture and tasting benefit for tsunami victims at Cha-An, in New York City (other Slow Food events in 2002, 2003)
China Institute, "Tea Pairing" lecture and tasting, in New York City (also in 2001-2004)
Rubin Museum of Art, tea lecture and tasting, in New York City
Beth Israel Hospital, Continuum Center for Health & Healing, tea tasting, in New York City
French Culinary Institute, tea lecture and tasting, in New York City
Institute for Culinary Education, (formerly known as the Peter Kump Cooking School), tea preparation class, in New York City (also in 2000-2003)
Bloomberg Lifestyle Series Lecture, two tea tastings, in New York City
Columbia University Pediatric Cancer Program, tea tasting and seminar, in New York City
James Beard Foundation, "Matching Food and Tea," seminar with chef/caterer Irene Khin Wong, in New York City
French Culinary Institute, Women Chefs and Restaurateurs, "An Evening With Tea," in New York City
New York University Southeast Asian Culinary Symposium, "Palates of Pleasure" tea tasting, in New York City
China Arts Council Asian Festival, Tea Society demonstration, in New York City
Health Expo 2001, tea lecture and tasting, in Del Mar, California
James Beard Foundation, "Tea Service With John Mitchell," Whole Foods Market executive chef, in New York City
You may have seen In Pursuit of Tea featured in the these publications:
House & Garden, May: "In the Kitchen With Dan Barber"
Boston Globe, Jan. 19: "Waking up to White Tea's Pleasures: Subtle, Soothing Brew May Have Powerful Health Benefits, Too"
Wall Street Journal, March 22: "New Japanese Teas Appeal to Health-Conscious"
Better Nutrition, January: "Taking Tea: Drink Up!"
Body & Soul, January/February: "Sweet Matchmaking"
Travel + Leisure, May: "Read Between the Leaves"
Fitness Plus, June: "Make Mine Iced!"
The New York Times, July 16: "Shopping Cool Drinks"
Condé Nast Traveler, November: "Bhutan: Heaven and Earth"
Prevention, November: "Good-for-You Gifts from Dr. Andrew Weil"
National Culinary Review, May: "There's a 'Tea' in 'Profit' and Profit in Tea"
Sunday Mirror, May 4: "It Seems the Humble Cuppa Isn't So Humble After All"
New York Post, April: "Tea: The New Wine"
Organic Style, November/December: "Tea Time"
Food & Wine, January: "Invitation to Tea"
Saveur, January/February: "Favorite Tea Leaf Reading"
Food & Wine, February: "Asia in a Box"
Wine Spectator, October: "Out of the Bag"
Condé Nast Traveler, January: "Teas of the World"
U.S. News and World Report, February: "More than Sympathy: Tea Now Brews Up Health Benefits and Gourmet Appeal"
Food & Wine, April: "Sebastian Beckwith: Tea Detective"
National Geographic Traveler, May/June: "Steeped in an Ancient Art"
Self, July: "Take a 60-Second Health Break"
O: The Oprah Magazine, October: "Tea Trade"
Advertising Age, Nov. 22: "Reading the Tea Leaves"
Forbes, December: "How About a Nice $10 Cuppa Tea?"
Harper's Bazaar, October: "A Totally Different Tea Experience"
Gourmet, November: "Tea Anemone: Talk About a Tempest in a Teacup"
MarthaStewart.com, December: "Healthy Living: The Benefits of Green Tea with Sebastian"