Today is St. Patrick’s Day around the world. I’m Scotch-Irish on my mother’s side. Here’s the rundown from today’s tea break: The tea today is Barry’s Irish Breakfast from Cork, Ireland. The Claddagh teapot and mug are from Belleek in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland . The traditional Irish soda bread is made by me. The butter … Continue reading All the Irish
It has been a very cold January here in Maine. The bitter temperatures mean the desire to remain cozy and warm inside are strong. This past weekend I whipped up some Cinnamon Pecan scones from my last box of King Arthur Baking mixes. What a wonderful mix! The scent of cinnamon wafted through the house … Continue reading Cozy Cinnamon
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, I always try to procure an Irish-style tea. However, in years past I realized I was seriously lacking on the Irish teaware front. Even while IN the actual countries of Ireland and Northern Ireland, I wasn’t happy with the pottery I was finding. I came back empty-handed, but still with … Continue reading Tea With All the Irish Stuff!
Some Irish Breakfast Tea and an Irish-green, mini whoopie pie! Continue reading Saint Patrick’s Day Tea
Cinnamon current jam, pumpkin muffins and black tea. Continue reading Cinnamon, Tea, and Pumpkin