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  • Dana Wallace

    Peppermint Towers & with Angel Food Cake as the base, this is a not-non-healthy, sweet treat.

  • Sue Rasmussen

    Fun Tea Party Ideas: Tea Cookie Recipes

  • Little Ms Picasso

    Tea Party Time

  • Betsy Anderson

    Ideas for upcoming bridal shower with theme English Tea!!!

  • Brittany Amanda

    Afternoon tea is most often served on a three-tiered silver stand. We always taste first with our eyes! There is a preferred sequence when plating tea foods on a tiered tray. Begin eating from the bottom tier and work your way up.The three courses should be: bottom tier: tea sandwiches and savories; middle tier: scones or crumpets; top tier: pastries, tarts, or any dessert-type sweet. Be sure no single item overshadows any other. It is all about perfect balance and harmony.

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Now that is some sweet tea time.Yummy nice.

For Lauren Graham, pic of high tea at The Peninsula Hotel. Because I know that tiny sandwiches and cookies are the way to your heart, and that any place that serves 'high tea' is the way to mine! ♥

These are a must have when you're serving a full pot of tea right away (steeping the leaves in the pot)

Scones with jam and clotted cream 1 tbsp icing sugar 310g (2 1/2 cups) plain flour 1 1/2 tbsp baking powder A pinch of salt 250ml (1 cup) milk 30g butter, melted Jam Clotted cream

High Tea Shower...get the the look with this pink pedestal cake stand

I realize this is a birthday party for a little girl (hazard of looking up blogs for your job at a children's museum), but I think it's gorgeous

I'm all ready with my best manners!