Onnolee and Zoe of the United Way Youth Team. Courtesy photo
The United Way Youth Team is hosting High Tea On The Hill is 1-2:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 16, in the lobby at Los Alamos High School at 1300 Diamond Dr. This event is a great chance for tea lovers in the community to get together and talk about all things tea.
This year’s theme is “mad hatter”, so the community is invited to wear their best or silliest tea hat, and the two attendees with the best hats will receive a teapot that has been decorated by the National Art Honors Society at Los Alamos High School.
This year’s High Tea On The Hill is catered by award-winning Chef Laura Crucet Hamilton, a Texas native whose culinary career spans 18 years and two continents. Hamilton is a graduate of the world-famous Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, co-author of several cookbooks, an acclaimed cooking instructor and now the owner of the Pig & Fig eatery in White Rock.
Assorted Miniature Quiche
spinach + swiss cheese
roasted vegetables + gouda
triple pig (ham, sausage + bacon)
sausage + green chile
cucumber, dill and cream cheese on wheat
roasted chicken salad on petite croissants
smoked turkey and fig jam on rosemary focaccia
chocolate hazelnut torte
english breakfast, earl grey, ginger,
white tea, chamomile, green, peppermint
Admission for adults and children is $20 each. All profits made from this event will fund local youth programs throughout the community. Order tickets online to be added to the VIP list at the door. Pay for tickets here.