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Tea Time Stories
Her Vermont home, though only 30 years old, feels as though it was built in the 1830's, her favorite time period. Seth Tudor, one of Tasha's four children, built her home using hand tools when Tasha moved to Vermont in the 1970's. Tasha Tudor lived among period antiques, using them in her daily life. She was quite adept at 'Heirloom Crafts', though she detested the term, including candle dipping, weaving, soap making, doll making and knitting. She lived without running water until her younge...
Tasha Tudor and Family
Tasha was always baking, either speckled sugar cookies to be filled with melted chocolate chips during tea, bread, muffins, biscuits, or a very good and filling supper. She did much of the baking for Christmas dinner the day before. Pies, cookies, candies to fill cornucopias, gingerbread cookies for tree decoration, and the cranberry jelly that sat in its mold overnight. The Christmas turkey was roasted in the tin kitchen before the fireplace on the 25th, while the tree was decorated by Tasha...
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the author's home was "a magical place 'east of Vermont and west of New Hampshire,' caught in the year 1830, idealized yet clearly real, as the strong scent of buck goat and the drying wash that fluttered on the line in the distance attested. The weathered rambling farmhouse and outbuildings were nested into the hillside and softened by the vines, clinging roses, and lilacs that nearly engulfed them