• Baking Print

    Reprinted from the Jenny Wren Press era (1991), this has been one of the most frequently requested images. With the warmth of the Mother giving her children their snack, we can understand why. Print 8 1/2"x11" Printed in the USA.

  • Harvest Pantry Print

    This painting shows Tasha Tudor's 'Hen's Pantry'. Visitors are often confused as there are no hens in the pantry. This room used to be the closest to the hen yard and as such, their feed was kept here. The hen yard has since moved and the hen pantry is now used to store necessary household goods, such as hand-dipped beeswax candles, jams and other items that will survive freezing temperatures. 1996. Size 8 1/2"x11" Printed in the USA.

  • Holiday Cake Enclosure Card Set

    The children exclaim over the beautiful holiday cake while a corgi tries to sneak a lick (they're good at that.) Now in an enclosure card size for gift-giving. 5 cards/envelopes. Size: 2 3/4" x 1 1/2". Interior: blank. Printed in USA.

  • Kitchen Cards Set

    On a humid July afternoon, those working in the garden to this day will be refreshed from a tray as seen in the first card. After Tasha Tudor bakes a loaf of oatmeal bread, she sets it out to cool before the yellow bread box, as show in the second image. The third card showcases an assemblage of kitchen utensils indicating the forthcoming meal. 4"x 5 1/2" Blank interior. 9 cards/envelopes, 3 of each image. Printed in USA.

  • Making Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Booklet

    From the introduction: "Ice cream and its various relatives, including ice milk, sherbet, sorbet, ice, and frozen yogurt, are America's favorite dessert -- likewise, more of these threats are consumed in this country than anywhere else in the world. Today, ice cream knows no social boundaries, but early in its recorded history, it was a food of royalty. 

    What made ice cream readily accessible, however, was the invention of the ice cream churn, complete with dasher, hand crank, two tubs, ice, and salt, by a woman named Nancy Johnson in 1846. By 1851 ice cream was produced commercially. Ice cream sodas became an American mainstay after the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1879. That ubiquitous treat, the ice cream cone, came on the scene in 1904 at the St. Louis Exposition."

    We receive many requests for information on "How To" live the Tasha Tudor lifestyle. Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins offer practical, hands-on instructions designed to help you master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily.

    5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 

  • Peeling Card Set by Richard Brown

    After growing potatoes in her lower vegetable patch, Tasha Tudor is shown here, preparing them for a meal.

    5"x 7"

    Blank interior.

    8 cards/envelopes.

    Photograph by Richard Brown.

    Printed in USA.

  • St. Nicholas Day Recipes

    Natalie Wise
    December 11, 2012

     Did you enjoy your St. Nicholas Day last Thursday? We sure hope so! we heard from many of you that you included Tasha's traditions of the first appearance of Dundee Cake at tea time on December 6th, one of our favorite traditions!

  • Sugar Cookies Print

    The family prepares for Christmas by baking sugar cookies together. The print is a faithful depiction of Tasha Tudor's 'Winter Kitchen'. The table shown is her art table. During the holidays it is pulled out away from the wall and set for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. 1996. Size 8 1/2"x11" Printed in the USA.

  • Tasha Tudor's Welsh Breakfast Tea

    Tasha Tudor's favorite blend of Welsh Breakfast tea makes the perfect gift for yourself or any tea drinker. This tea appeared every day at Tasha's tea table and is beloved by the Tudor family and generations of fans.

    In the 1990s, the venerable tea company, Mark T Wendell, presented Tasha with several blends to choose from in selecting one to be her signature tea. Once selected, she drank no other kind of tea.

    The family-run tea estates in China and India that grow the tea adhere to the strictest of practices and guidelines and do not use any pesticides when growing and cultivating their teas. The teas undergo thorough testing before export and again upon entry to the US before it is delivered to Mark T Wendell.

    Available in 1-ounce sample size or 1-pound bag. The tea tin is sold out.

    Storage Note: When you receive your tea, we suggest keeping it in the well-sealed airtight package it arrived in. For longer storage keep it in a dry, dark place such as your icebox.