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September
2006

Amai on the Radio

Anne Haigh of the Pittsburgh Tribune Review picked Tea Sweets from Amai as a “standout product” from the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City. Ms. Haigh writes:

“Tea Sweets, by Amai Tea & Bake House (www.amainyc.com). Made with wholesome, natural ingredients (tea leaves and spices), adventurous flavors (lemongrass & ginger, Earl Grey & currant) and thoughtful design (individual shapes identifying flavors), the cake-like cookies are meant to enhance the tea drinking experience. A second product, Botanical Brownies, is made with dark chocolate and exotic fruits (lychee, mandarin, cherry blossoms).”

I also did an interview with Ann and Peter Haigh for On the Menu, a weekly, one-hour radio program on the wide world of food, wine, travel & lifestyle. We talked about the inspiration for Amai products, designers we work with, and of course (as every Pittsburgh radio program should) my alma mater, Carnegie Mellon. I have fond memories of living in Pittsburgh, and am so happy to meet press from the area. Thanks for the support Pittsburgh!

Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Pure Indulgence >
A review of the 2006 Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City

On the Menu
Kelli’s interview with Ann Haigh > (will open a new window)
Listen on The Edge AM 1550 in Pittsburgh, PA
Archives available at: www.onthemenuradio.com



2 COMMENTS SO FAR...

Mary says on September 18th, 2006 at 10:26 am:

Yay Pittsburgh! Where did you live? I’m a grad student at Duquesne right now, which has unfortunatly been on the news lately. I’m so glad you got interviewed, congratulations!

Kelli says on September 30th, 2006 at 3:11 pm:

I lived in Shadyside – it’s such a nice little area. I hope you are enjoying your time in Pittsburgh.



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