Ahh, fall. The air chills, leaves turn gold, russet and crimson, and our gardens offer up their last. This year, my family has its first crop of Honeycrisp apples, all the more precious for their scarcity. Long before the apple-picking season arrives I search for odd baskets and hampers — the markets and ten cent … More Fall Recipes from Emilie Loring’s Kitchen
The lure of summer is timeless; the desire is universal. … More Summer Reading, Summer Possibilities
Welcome to our annual, Emilie Loring tea! Check back often for new photos and stories! … More Welcome to our Emilie Loring tea! Do come in!
“I was brought up in a family which had to have its afternoon tea though the heavens fell.” There Is Always Love Emilie Loring’s five-times-great-grandfather, Richard Baker, arrived in Boston aboard the ship “Bachelor” in 1635. He was from Kent, where tea was a principal import but so expensive that nearly two-thirds of the local … More Tea, Though the Heavens Fell
“Green pastures are before me Which yet I have not seen; Bright skies will soon be o’er me Where darkest clouds have been” Emilie Loring started books with a theme, and Bright Skies‘ theme was renewal. On the eve of war, Cam Fulton and Patricia Carey’s whirlwind romance led to a marriage proposal, but … More Bright Skies Return to Paradise
You are cordially invited to enjoy an Emilie-Loring-inspired, garden tea on Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 4:00 p.m., your local time. Enjoy your tea in any “garden” that you like. If you have an Emilie garden, we especially want to see it! Or maybe you’ll set your tea table with garden-inspired linens or fresh-cut bouquets. Please take photos to share. … More You Are Cordially Invited to a Garden Tea
Once again, I have Emilie Loring to thank. In a rush to produce a tasty breakfast with no more than I had in the pantry, I pulled out her recipe for bran muffins. The very thing! We enjoy bran muffins when cold and sliced more than any others. For the Comfort of the Family Emilie … More Keep a Little Caviar in the Cupboard