When you are next in Newcastle I'll take you to the local tea rooms (also my tea supplier at work) for an afternoon of talking tea. But different temps for different teas, most in mid-90s which is where your espresso machine should be pumping out water.Are you sure? Tea requires boiling water. Espresso machines don't boil water because it ruins coffee.
I've done scrambled eggs with the wand and it worked ok but a hot pan can brown the butter a bit before you throw the eggs in and you can't replicate that with steam. Custard works brilliantly.I'll tick off the first two, never really enjoyed tea from the boiler water so use the kettle for that and probably the last but not intentionally. I've heard of the scrambled eggs but never been game to try it, have you? What sort of fancy foams?
I don't think I've ever been to Newcastle so that may be a while. I just checked my tea collection only two require anything other than boiling (95°), the green tea and the green tea with lemon. My kettle's temperature dial doesn't really get any use.When you are next in Newcastle I'll take you to the local tea rooms (also my tea supplier at work) for an afternoon of talking tea. But different temps for different teas, most in mid-90s.
Was a staple of my diet growing up and I cooked a ton for my kids, with 5 kids was always bang for buck dinners, especially when they started to bring partners home.