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    Tea Time

    An ongoing collection of tea time recipes, for afternoon tea, Victorian High Tea, or a children's tea party! Plain or fancy, here is a lovely ongoing collection of herbal and black teas, either hot or iced, along with a variety of tea sandwiches both savory and sweet, tea loafs, scones, biscuits, trifles and more to serve at tea, whatever the occasion!
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    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    This is a great tasting cheese ball that is very simple and easy to prepare! Requires several hours chilling-- so plan ahead. Serve with assorted crackers or crusty bread, add a nice bottle of wine and grapes for a party or tucked into the picnic hamper. From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #408910

    A warming, soothing cup of spiced chai tea, with the addition of chocolate! You can vary the spices; try a combination of cardamom, ginger, cloves, and pepper. Adapted from Lipton.

    Recipe #472333

    The Auld Alliance is a series of historic friendship treaties between Scotland and France, first signed in 1295, as well as a traditional cheese and whisky pâté. This is the ORIGINAL simple cheese cream recipe, straight from the historic Overscaig B&B in Sutherland. Delicious served as a cream pâté for the first course, or at the end of a meal as a savoury. From the book "A Feast of Scotland" by Janet Warren. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #357814

    These wonderful little cheese bites rolled in garden-fresh herbs make a lovely starter or snack, perfect for summertime entertaining or anytime! Couldn't be easier. Prep time includes chill time. P.S. Would also be good rolled in spices such as ground peppercorns, lavender seeds, chili powder, and lemon zest.

    Recipe #374884

    Serve these savory cheese scones warm, buttered or with cream cheese on them! They also make lovely little tea sandwiches, split them in half and fill with thinly sliced smoked turkey or ham.

    Recipe #357444

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    A calming, soothing, and restorative blend using three of my favorite herbs--lavender, mint, and lemon balm! Makes 2 lovely cups of tea or tisane. You can add a tea bag of your choice to make a stronger tea if you wish, and add another cup of water to make 3 cups of tea. Would be wonderful served with recipe #383209.

    Recipe #383897

    A refreshingly fizzy concoction, bringing together the flavors of apricot, lime, ginger, and rosemary! Perfect for backyard barbecues and summertime entertaining, or anytime.

    Recipe #428745

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Lavender and Rosemary Spiced Walnuts are great sprinkled in salads, as cake or cookie decorations, or served as a healthy appetizer or snack. Would make a delightful hostess gift, presented in a tin and tied with a pretty lavender ribbon. From Sharon Shipley's Lavender Cookbook.

    Recipe #382161

    You need Tazo Passion Tea for this drink. This is essential as it is really the best tasting Hibiscus tea out there! Inspired by the Shaken Herbal Tea Lemonade at Starbucks.

    Recipe #453881

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    An incredibly fantastic chicken salad, perfect for summertime entertaining! Also great tossed with cooked bow-tie pasta, which makes a more substantial meal. This is so delicious, one of my all-time favorite chicken salads!! Slightly adapted from a Paula Deen recipe.

    Recipe #376680

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    An old-fashioned, simple lemonade but with the extra flavor of lemon balm! Enjoyed by children and adults alike. Serve well-chilled.

    Recipe #374913

    17 Reviews |  By BecR

    This tart is wonderful picnic, potluck or party food--it's great served warm, cold or at room temperature! Simple and very tasty, I often make this tart when fresh zucchini are in season. For ease of preparation, I've used a crescent roll crust, but you may use a regular shortcrust pastry if you wish. You will need a 9 or 10-inch tart tin with a removable bottom. P.S. If you don't have a tart or quiche pan, just use a 9 x 13-inch baking dish.

    Recipe #378799

    Make your own Honey Thyme Butter! Wonderful served with biscuits or store-bought clover or crescent rolls. From Oprah.com.

    Recipe #428651

    From Rosalind Creasy. Both savory and sweet butters can be made with flowers. Probably the most versatile savory butters are made from chive blossoms or nasturtium flowers. Serve these savory butters with a crisp French bread or melt them over vegetables, fish, or poultry. Or also add savory herbs, lemon juice, or other flavorings such as ground chipotle peppers or grated fresh ginger. Sweet flower butters can be made with roses, violets, lavender, and pineapple sage and are a treat on egg breads, sugar cookies, or as a mystery filling between layers of pound or sponge cake. Not all edible flowers are equally tasty. Before you prepare the blossoms taste a few petals to make sure they please your palate.

    Recipe #416273

    Edible flowers provide a striking palette with which to decorate food. With a small garden of edible flowers you can make your canapés look like edible art. From Rosalind Creasy. Tip: Use a selection of organic edible flowers, 4 or 5 dozen: nasturtiums, borage, calendulas, pineapple sage, runner bean flowers, pansies, violas, violets, and mustard flowers. Herb leaves: sage, parsley, mint, dill, and basil.

    Recipe #416243

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    An enticing and aromatic lemony tea blend, for all you lemon lovers out there! May be served either hot, or chilled over ice. Makes a lovely hostess gift, presented in a pretty tin with a ribbon.

    Recipe #429922

    This lemon muffin recipe results in light and airy muffins that are not overly sweet. The fresh sweet-tart lemon glaze compliments them perfectly. Mouthwatering! The secret to light and airy muffins is in not over mixing the dough; work quickly to incorporate the dry ingredients into the wet, mixing by hand with a wooden spoon just until lumps are gone.

    Recipe #445679

    This is a wonderfully simple and delicious lemony glaze to drizzle over freshly baked scones, cookies - biscuits or cakes! The optional addition of lavender or lemony herbs are my take on my mother's recipe.

    Recipe #411928

    Nothing is more refreshing on a warm spring or summer day than a tall glass of iced tea, garnished with tiny sprigs of fresh mint and thin cucumber slices! Try 'Kentucky Colonel' or apple-and-citrus flavored mint varieties. Lovely! Adapted from Victoria Magazine.

    Recipe #430188

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Serve this spectacular layered dessert in a trifle dish or individual dessert glasses for a memorable and refreshing ending to any meal! Perfect for Valentine's Day or other romantic occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries or Afternoon tea. Inspired by a Nigella Lawson recipe.

    Recipe #412373

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