Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Jo, I would love some good tea and scone. I love scones, but have yet to ever make any. LOL. Blessings for a good day there. It's gloomy, wet and turning cold again. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
Tea and scones? Yes, put the kettle on! Reminds me that I have a recipe for lavender scones that I haven't used in a while. If this rainy cold weather persists, I may have to pull it out.
I can't either!
I wouldn't be able to (say "no") either!The blue and white ware is SO charming...
No way I could say no to a scone.
"No" is such a negative word, my dear. One should erase it from one's vocabulary whenever possible. :-D Looks delicious and is most definitely a resounding YES!! Lovingly, Andrea xoxo
Lovely and yummy!
Perfect combo! And isn't tea or coffee so much nicer when served in a favourite cup
oh lovely, tea and scones sounds so nice!Hugs for now from very confused weather in New Hampshire...
Me too! Why am I so out of control!! :)
Well you need things like that to help get you through the winter. Hot Cross Buns are my downfall at this time of year & for me a lovely cappuccino!
Good morning. It is pouring rain here on the Little Red River. I can see a lot of things in the garden that need doing but isn't rain a good reason to ignore them and have an extra cup of tea and maybe even an extra scone? Prayers for all a blessed and happy day!
On my 6th or so trip to Ireland, the B and B owner, a man in his 80's, showed me how to make scones. He measured everything with his hands, no cups or spoons, and that is still how I do it today. Often make them for breakfast for my hubbie when he comes in from morning farm chores. He never says no.
Scones are the best. They look good on those blue willow plates.
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