–François Payard, chef-owner, Payard Pâtisserie and Bistro
“I had the privilege to be invited by Tracy for afternoon tea and was fascinated by her knowledge of and passion for the subject. I love this book because it lets you bring all of that knowledge and passion into your own home with wonderful teatime menus of sweet and savory delights.”
–Daniel Boulud, chef-restaurateur
“High tea has been high fashion since the delicate damsels of the dixhuitième-century dressed up to drink the delicious brew. Leave it to the very stylish Tracy Stern to revive and re-dress that most civilized pastime.”
–Iris Barrel Apfel, style iconoclast
“Tea Party offers fun, delicious ideas for every possible occasion. With great tips and tricks, Tracy knows how to turn a simple tea party into a fabulous event. Readers will love her advice, her tone, and the results!”
–Jane Buckingham, author of The Modern Girl’s Guide to Life and The Modern Girl’s Guide to Motherhood
“Tea Party is an incomparable celebration of surprising delights. From patio to dining room, my friend Tracy divinely weaves a tapestry of grace and fun. The ancients called tea one of the seven necessities to begin the day. This book is the eighth.”
–Stuart Avery Gold, former COO of The Republic of Tea and author of Ping: A Frog in Search of a New Pond
“The luxury of afternoon tea is one of life’s great pleasures. Who better than Tracy Stern to reinvent an afternoon ritual and take an eighteenth-century tradition to new heights; from classic to Moroccan, this book covers it all!”
–Colin Cowie, author of Colin Cowie’s Extraordinary Weddings
About the Author
programs as well as in publications such as O Magazine, People, Harper’s Bazaar, and the New York Times. She lives in New York City with her husband and their two children.
Christie Matheson is a food and lifestyle writer whose work has appeared in Glamour, Shape, Yoga Journal, Cooking Light, Boston Magazine, and The Boston Globe Magazine. She is the coauthor of Vineyard Harvest and Confetti Cakes.