Three Ways to Use: Black Tea

By: Victoria Phillips
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Food Styling: Anne Disrude Props: Marina Malchin.

Each month, Food Network Magazine puts chefs from Food Network Kitchens to the test: Create recipes that put a new spin on a pantry staple like chocolate syrup or instant coffee.

This month, Morgan Hass, Sarah Copeland and Rob Bleifer infuse cupcakes, cocktails and even ribs with subtle notes of black tea.

Recipe: Tea Cakes With Earl Grey Icing (pictured above)

Sarah says: “These tiny, rich chocolate cakes come alive with a playful puff of Earl Grey meringue.”

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Food Styling: Anne Disrude Props: Marina Malchin.

Morgan says: “These ribs are tender and sticky. The citrus brightens the dish and brings out the tea flavor."

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Food Styling: Anne Disrude Props: Marina Malchin.

Rob says: “I decided to take iced tea to a whole new level with this grown-up drink.”

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