Sunday Tea Party! Devon Cream Tea with Strawberry Jam and Scones - Lavender and Lovage

Sunday Tea Party! Devon Cream Tea with Strawberry Jam and Scones

Tea! N.B -cream tea is served with jam- not marmalade!(marmalade is served with breakfast toast!); it's 'elevenses' & is morning TEA break! low tea generally means tea & a sandwich & possibly cake or a biscuit - has nothing to do with seating arrangements!? https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101925982155308055157/+Homesteadsurvivalist/posts/7sLNvYJQfL6

Tea! N.B -cream tea is served with jam- not marmalade!(marmalade is served with breakfast toast!); it's 'elevenses' & is morning TEA break! low tea generally means tea & a sandwich & possibly cake or a biscuit - has nothing to do with seating arrangements!? https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101925982155308055157/+Homesteadsurvivalist/posts/7sLNvYJQfL6

Bettys is an institution, and rightly so. Pictured here is the Harrogate branch, but there are five others across the north of England, including branches in York, Ilkley, and Northallerton. 21 Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit Before You Die

21 Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit Before You Die

Bettys is an institution, and rightly so. Pictured here is the Harrogate branch, but there are five others across the north of England, including branches in York, Ilkley, and Northallerton. 21 Absolutely Charming Tea Rooms You Have To Visit Before You Die

Little delights: These mini cakes are fit for royal consumption

Recipe: Mini Victoria sponge cakes

The ritual of afternoon tea owes its origins to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford. As a young women in the early 1800s she lived during a time when it was common to eat only two main meals a day, with breakfast scheduled early in the morning and dinner occuring late in the evening. Weakened and irritated by hunger pangs each day, she decided to schedule time to take tea and snack each afternoon. This private ceremony was firstly done furtively in her bedroom, but over time well-heeled…

London's 10 best afternoon teas

The ritual of afternoon tea owes its origins to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford. As a young women in the early 1800s she lived during a time when it was common to eat only two main meals a day, with breakfast scheduled early in the morning and dinner occuring late in the evening. Weakened and irritated by hunger pangs each day, she decided to schedule time to take tea and snack each afternoon. This private ceremony was firstly done furtively in her bedroom, but over time well-heeled…

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