Comforting, Food, Holiday, Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Treats

A New Discover-Tea

Those who know me well, always know to send me some tea as a gift. You can never go wrong. This years birthday & Christmas, I had a bumper crop of mugs given to me: FIVE of them in fact, and I received at least 7 different types of tea. Both loose and bagged. There… Continue reading A New Discover-Tea

Food, Holiday, Scones, Tea, Tea Treats

HOLIDAY SCONES – Part 3

My last holiday scone mix from King Arthur was Gingerbread. I have fond Christmas dinner memories from my childhood of warm gingerbread with whipped cream on top so I was looking forward to some comfort food dressed up in a scone. I have to be honest, this wasn't my favorite. I know some people like… Continue reading HOLIDAY SCONES – Part 3

Comforting, Food, Holiday, Loose Tea, Scones, Tea, Tea Accessories, Tea Treats

HOLIDAY SCONES – Part 2

Although my weekly holiday scone extravaganza took at hit due to getting a stomach bug last weekend, I was able to whip up the 2nd installment this weekend. This week's flavor was the Yuletide Cheer scone mix from King Arthur Flour. A delightful rum-flavored scone studded with cranberries, golden raisins, and crunchy pecans. I opted… Continue reading HOLIDAY SCONES – Part 2

Tea, Tea Accessories, Tradition

Pfaltzgraff Winterberry Collection

My small Pfaltzgraff Winterberry dinnerware and tea ware collection started with a single mug brought from the old Linen N' Things stores many years ago. I love the traditional, original berry vine and not some of the new variations. I have shown GREAT restraint over the years by not ordering every piece of the collection.… Continue reading Pfaltzgraff Winterberry Collection

Comforting, England, Food, Holiday, Loose Tea, Scones, Tea, Tea Accessories, Tea Treats

HOLIDAY SCONES – Part 1

When life (or a good friend) gives you a King Arthur Flour gift card, you order holiday scone mixes, right! For the three weekends leading up to Christmas, I will be baking one scone mix per weekend. Last weekend, my first foray into the holiday scone extravaganza was the Spice Eggnog Scone Mix. King Arthur… Continue reading HOLIDAY SCONES – Part 1