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Wednesday, November 10, 2010



I adore afternoon tea--though mine is rarely fancy! I tend to make a cup of tea in one of my favorite mugs and either grab a piece of fruit or whatever baked goodies I have hanging around. It's a nice way to perk up the afternoon when it feels like it's dragging by! ;)

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I tend to do morning rather than afternoon tea (although I have been known to do both). When I'm at home with my little ones we often have formal morning tea with tea cups and snacks (fruit, homemade biscuits, cheese and biscuits)sometimes at the kitchen table but sometimes on a blanket outside.

At work I'm very lucky. We have a very break-friendly workplace so we usually have morning tea together. For afternoon tea I often do just as you suggested - nice cup, tea from home and a little something sweet at the desk.

Thanks for the recipes!


I love your vintage pictures.

Sometimes I get a chance to make tea at work.

Most of the time I just have my tea at home. I'm a southern girl so have grown up on iced tea, but recently started really enjoying a nice cup of hot tea.

Glad I found your blog, very interesting.

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