From the intricate ceremonies of Japan, to Afternoon Tea of England, Judith has studied local teas and tea culture from around the world.
The long history of food along the East Coast of America includes modern day shore fare to the rich history of Native Americans.
Whether it be the foods of presidential families, foods of the Bible, and everything in between, Judith maintains a wealth of food history.
Judith Krall-Russo has studied the fascinating and rich history behind homegrown foods and exotic teas. She shares her knowledge by telling wonderful stories, laced with humor and surprising detail that make us appreciate and have an even greater taste for our New Jersey cuisine. Whether she is telling us about the Jersey tomato, luscious blueberries or her beloved and delightful teas, Judith entertains and inspires her listeners.
You will want to rediscover an old family cookbook, a unique recipe or find yourself a new teapot so you can brew some loose leaf tea for close friends.
Learn more about Judith’s biography.
President, Edison Public Library
Metlar-Bodine House Museum
Librarian, Old Bridge Public Library
Old Bridge, NJ