A spectacular summer morning calls for a spectacularly, big-ass teacup! My extra-large thistle teacup from Tain Pottery in Scotland fit the bill perfectly. One needs two hands to lift it when full, especially when it’s filled to the brim with bold Yorkshire Tea. I added a nice color spectrum from the garden with white daisies,… Continue reading The Big Stuff
I don’t get out much during the winter - literally! So, this year I am making efforts to enjoy winter a little more and avoid the dreaded cabin fever. We have a plot of land beside our property that is a wood lot and the landing place of yard/garden rubbish. A small trail is woven… Continue reading Tea on the Trails
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
After all of these year photographing tea, enjoying tea, collecting tea pieces, and blogging about tea, I'm amazed, shocked, and more than a little embarrassed I did not possess my very own Brown Betty teapot. The September/October 2015 issue of Tea Time Magazine arrived in the mail a few weeks ago. I usually reserve a… Continue reading The Missing Piece!
It's a gray, gloomy Sunday morning. So, what better pick-me-up than some robust loose Yorkshire Tea in one of my Pfsltzgraff winterberry pattern mugs.