We FINALLY had a warm, sunny day on a weekend where I could enjoy tea outside on the deck. It has been a horribly cloudy, rain-filled month of May here in central Maine. I cut some wee pink wild flowers (some may call them weeds) from the yard and pulled out my favorite teapot and… Continue reading A Touch of Pink
While making this week's grocery list, I came upon a recipe I've had in my collection that I have never tried before. And since today was supposed to be snowy, windy, and cold....which is basically FEBRUARY, I decided to give it a try. Chai Shortbread cookies from Cooking Light is now a new favorite! It… Continue reading Chai Shortbread and Nilgiri Frost
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
"Love is more than a noun -- it is a verb; it is more than a feeling -- it is caring, sharing, helping, sacrificing." - William Arthur Ward