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Some of the recipes from my book MsMarmitelover's Secret Tea Party were in the Telegraph yesterday. I also spoke to Leah Hyslop giving tips and hints on an Alice in Wonderland (to mark the 150th anniversary) tea party.

How to throw an Alice in Wonderland tea party

It's the 150th anniversary of Alice, so afternoon tea expert Kerstin Rodgers shares her tips for throwing a tea party worthy of the Mad Hatter 

Alice 'always took a great interest in questions of eating and drinking'
Alice 'always took a great interest in questions of eating and drinking' 

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s beloved children book, Alice in Wonderland, and there’s no better way to celebrate it than by having an Alice-themed tea party. 

Though they once had a reputation as being the preserve of children and grannies, tea parties have become a hot trend in recent years, with "secret" parties springing up all over the UK. 

“British food has been derided for years but there’s one thing we do better than anyone else, and that's afternoon tea,” says Kerstin Rodgers, aka Ms MarmiteLover, who hosts regular supperclubs and tea parties at her London home, and has just published a book on the art of the tea party. “Tea parties are great fun, and one of few chances you get a chance to really go over the top.”

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