Oh, how I DO love my summer Saturday morning tea on the deck. Even on gray days, as long as it's not pouring and the winds aren't whipping, I'm there. With early summer flowers starting to appear in the garden, some floral scent and color adds to the display. Our peonies are blooming. Although battered… Continue reading Pu-Erh and Peonies
On this first Saturday of summer, a fluffy croissant caught my eye. Meaning it called my name and there was no way I was leaving the baked goods section without it. Here is the rundown of today's festivities: I used my bone china Allyn Nelson Collection with the Summer Rose pattern. All made in England.… Continue reading Tea & Croissant for One, Please
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)
A roll call of my teacups!
What makes a good tea cup? In my opinion it's all about the handle. If you can comfortably lift a scalding-hot cup of tea with no fear of spilling, we have a winner. This little beauty from the Allyn Nelson Collection in England is one of my favorites. I agree with Kevin Gascoyne who co-owns Camellia… Continue reading Handle This