History, Tea, Tea Accessories, Tea Treats

Japanese Soldiers (with Tea)

Although my soft boiled egg wasn't as soft as I had hoped to have good dipping with my toast soldiers, they were all very tasty. I am still loving my egg cups! The top came off easily and the egg came slipping out of the shell when I got down to it. I enjoyed fresh… Continue reading Japanese Soldiers (with Tea)

England, Food, History, Holiday, Tea, Tea Accessories, Tradition

A Vintage Easter Egg Tea

My husband has many items in a china cabinet that belonged to his parents and grandparents. I chose this Easter to use one of the prized heirlooms for my morning tea. The main purpose of this tea was to try out my shiny, new steel egg topper set on soft boiled eggs. My last (and… Continue reading A Vintage Easter Egg Tea

History, Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Accessories, Tea rooms, Travel

Yorkshire Tea Time

In 2013 my husband and I spent 3 days in the beautiful and historic city of York, England before heading north to Scotland. When planning our trip to Scotland, we wanted to get a brief taste of another part of England away from London, which we visited the previous year for a week. While doing… Continue reading Yorkshire Tea Time

Food, History, Loose Tea, Scones, Scotland, Tea, Tea Treats

Outlander Scones & Tea

When my husband and I met in 1998, he was reading a book called OUTLANDER by Diana Gabaldon. He told me about it and said it was very good. I was living in New York at the time and he in Maine. So we both read it around the same time and were hooked on… Continue reading Outlander Scones & Tea

Comforting, Family, Food, History, Holiday, Loose Tea, Tea, Tea Treats, Tradition

Comforts of Home

It is now past Christmas and I didn't do any christmas tea photo shoots. I DID enjoy tea very often and did overeat, however. I just didn't record it for posterity. After a very busy first week back at work after the holiday break, I found myself sickly on the weekend. My dear husband offered to… Continue reading Comforts of Home