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Apparently, there's a big freaking wedding happening in two weeks between a young chap and lady in love. Oh, and one of them just happens to be the future King of England - no big deal.
As more eyes (and "Harry hunters") turn their attention across the pond for the impending royal nuptials, Anglomania is in full swing - including at the table.
Robert Aikens is the executive chef at The Dandelion in Philadelphia. Aikens also just happens to hail from England, where afternoon tea is steeped in tradition.
Five Reasons to Enjoy Afternoon Tea: Robert Aikens
2. Tea is good for you
3. It’s also about the food
4. It’s an art form
5. Afternoon tea is not just a drink, it’s a tradition
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