let’s have ☕️

You’re invited for tea❣️

Su has invited us over for tea. Here’s her invitation ~

I was so pleased to get positive feedback on my last tea party, that I’m going to continue to post once a month — mid-week, mid-month probably — at least for the rest of 2020.

If you’d like to contribute a post of your own — that would be great.
Maybe a shot of your cuppa and/or whatever you’re having with it, A recipe. A few words about what you’re doing/reading/making. What’s making you happy or pissing you off?  I’ll update each of my posts with a ping-back to everyone’s in the same way as I do with The Changing Seasons.

#virtualteaparty2020 for anyone on Instagram who wants to post images (or video?)

I’d love to be part of a global rolling tea party. Hopefully a few of you would too.

Hope this cookie cutter works on bread…

Stop by here first if you’d like to go over as a group, want to visit my fabric stash, or just to natter a bit.

If you’re early, maybe you ‘d help with  sandwiches.  I’m not sure about that cookie cutter. 😉

If you feel a pressing need, bring cake or whatever you’d like.

I’m planning on traditional bread and butter sandwiches, hot buttered toast, and maybe a few raspberry jam sandwiches, using my bread machine’s whole meal bread.

For afters I’m also bringing  a fresh Raisin Spice cake . (Recipe is here.)

Hope you can come and join the fun!

Last month’s Raisin Spice Cake ~ click pic to go to recipe

14 thoughts on “let’s have ☕️”

    1. Sorry that this somehow got sidetracked into Spam, along with a few others. You’re definitely NOT supposed to be there! 🙀 My apologies!!!
      No, you weren’t late at all, plus you get to choose your beverage, especially as you brought it along! 🥰🥰

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  1. That cake looks amazing! As it happens I made a chocolate victoria sandwich cake yesterday, to ice today as my son and family are coming to stay today, over their half term holiday! Can’t wait to see them.

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    1. Thank you for your comment and mention of chocolate sponge. Yummm! Know you’re enjoying your son and his family so won’t expect you just now. However, after their visit give me a bell and I’ll put the kettle on! 😘


  2. I love your tea cozies – especjially the red one.
    Being English I do drink a lot of tea – so much that I never really think to make an occasion of it – so my photos would normally just consist of a big mug of builders tea, not particularly photogenic.
    However, I did enjoy Su’s blog and decided to follow her so thank you for leading me there.

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    1. Thank you, Lynn! Made them five+ years ago and have enjoyed their cheerfulness. Must admit I treat my tea drinking as you do, although I’ve never had builder’s tea and have been a decaf person.
      Somehow I never cared for herbal teas, perhaps because I’ve never had any made with fresh herbs.
      I do love a good berry tisane when I can get it. Ages ago, in northern California (aka, Silicon Valley), I lived close to Tea Time and had nothing but loose teas and tisanes. Those were the days… or at least the teas!
      Thank you for joining us! 😘

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