Comforting, Food, History, Loose Tea, Scones, Tea Treats

Blueberry Summer Scones

Some coolers temperatures have invaded our lazy, hazy days of summer. It’s a welcome change after heat and humidity when one has absolutely no desire to turn the heat of the oven on and bake. On a cloudy, but rain-free day last weekend, I decided to heat up the stove and bake some blueberry scones.… Continue reading Blueberry Summer Scones

cats, Comforting, Food, Tea

Tea, a Tabby, and Treats

It was a VERY dark Saturday morning and rain soon set it. As I was getting ready for my first cuppa, I remembered I still had some macarons that I had ordered from La Petite Délicat in the fridge. Dear God, how could I have forgotten? It was a busy, brain-draining week, that’s how. What… Continue reading Tea, a Tabby, and Treats

Comforting, England, Family, History, Loose Tea, Scones, Tea, Tea Treats, Travel

An Unintended Memorial

It’s a cloudy but warm Saturday. Rain is forecast, so I whipped up some cinnamon scone dough last night from a recipe I saw in the latest issue of Tea Time Magazine. Then I baked them this morning. I really should do that more often! What a nice treat to have freshly baked scones this… Continue reading An Unintended Memorial

Comforting, Food, Loose Tea, Scotland, Tea, Tea Accessories, Tea Treats, Travel

Dragonflies and Shortbread

Just after I wrote in my previous post that my motivation for tea blog posts & photography has waned, I think I may have redeemed myself with this one. WARNING: That means it’s wordy. Due to some recent medical issues, I’ve had to start watching what I eat and how much I eat. This led… Continue reading Dragonflies and Shortbread

Comforting, Holiday, Tea

Happy Easter

During the difficulty of the continuing pandemic, we look to spring with renewed hope and optimism over last year at this time. Yet, the disease still haunts us. Vaccines are getting out there, but we have a ways to go. Easter Sunday and spring offer us signs of renewal and new life as plants and… Continue reading Happy Easter