Chef Paul Clinton learned the meaning of a proper tea time from his grandmother when he was growing up in Topeka, KS. Every week, his British-born grandmother, who moved to the states when she was 15, would host a tea time for other “English Wives,” a group of ladies who quenched their thirst with the genteel custom of sitting down with dainty cups of tea and fancy scones and pastries. “She's been in America for so many years, and she's still doing the English Wives' party,” Clinton says. ...

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