Monday, October 19, 2015

Tea Time in the Garden

 In between adventures Little Blue wanted to have tea in the garden.
Little Blue pours tea so beautifully.
 Tea time included goat cheese with candied walnut tarts,
watercress and radish sandwiches, and sponge cake with a
fluffy marscapone orange marmalade topping.
 Autumn flowers surrounded us.
 Little Blue thoroughly enjoyed adventuring outdoors.

Little Blue sends greetings and wishes you
all could have enjoyed tea time in the garden.

14 comments:

  1. What a perfect tea party! I love the menu ---- it looks and sounds delicious. Little Blue looks right at home --- and the flowers and decor are perfect for the season. Just lovely!

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    1. Thanks, La Tea Dah,
      It was a fun tea time in the garden today.

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  2. What a lovely setting for Little Blue to relax and enjoy teatime. Time to rejuvenate as Little Blue as many adventures still to come. Marilyn, you really did a fantastic job with the food and tablescape. What tea did you serve?

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    1. The tea was Dian Hong, which is a black tea from Yunnan Provence. One of my go-to teas for mornings and can be resteeped.

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  3. Thanks for actually pouring some tea from Little Blue...fun!

    It's easy to imagine sitting in your garden and enjoying thetea, food and flowers.

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    1. I noticed on the pouring photo a bit of a spill from the teapot. I guess it was too full. How I would have loved sitting in the garden with a cup of tea and friends from ATAA.

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  4. Lovely setting, Marilyn! Your menu is so creative. You've added a little twist to everything.

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  5. Goat cheese and candied walnut tarts - that sounds wonderful! And I always like marscapone topping.

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  6. Everything looks yummy and the flowers are beautiful.
    Sips and Smiles,

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  7. Everything looks yummy and the flowers are beautiful.
    Sips and Smiles,

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