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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

New Day

Hello All,
This is a little addition to my Tea Cup Tuesday from last night. Make sure you scroll down and see the china I am showing. I woke up with a good feeling and made myself this little Victorian Tea, which I enjoyed in my window seat of my art room. It is a gloomy day, and that was my most cheerful spot.

Here are a few pics of my Tea and dessert. I am on a healthy diet so my dessert is beautiful and healthful. It is made with millet. Can you believe that??? It is delicious (to me).

I had a lovely cup of Chamomile tea, which is my all time favorite.
Scroll below to see my Tea Cup Tuesday post.

And go see more Victorian Teas by clicking on the side bar button for it.


Theresa said...

Scrumptious!! xo Theresa

nannykim said...

Such a beautiful cup!! I hope you are now feeling much better. I wish you would tell be about your millet dessert. Is it gluten free? I am always looking for gluten free things....but I try not to eat too many sweets ;-). Let me know kiddo. I am nannykim from the monkey business blog, but I have regular blogs too. You can leave a message on any or email me about your dessert!!

Anonymous said...

MILLET!?!?! Isn't that bird food?

Lovely nonetheless, Terri! Putting strawberries on top of anything makes it so yummy!

Love your posts today! Hope you are making some art today!

Anonymous said...

Your tea cup is gorgeous - and the little treat you made looks delicious!

Createology said...

Lovely as all that you do is so sweet and beautiful. Happy tea...

Victoria said...

Hi Terri..so beautiful..so lovely..and wow..gorgeous! i think it looks deliscious! I eat alot of different things too..that sound unusual to others!But taste great to me!
Glad you are having a nice day..what a lovely scene you describe...being in your art room..and enjoying chamomile tea!

Anonymous said...

Hey Terri...

do you have any of that cheesecake dessert for me!? i want some, !!!

looks so pretty, hope you are enjoying your teacup tuesday!

ciao bella
creative carmelina was here again!


Riet said...

Ohhh wowwww Terri,so beautiful.

Hugs Riet.xx

PeggyR said...

Oh I love the tea cup and the dessert looks yummy! Hope you are feeling better!

debi said...

What a beautiful way to start a new day!

Sonny G said...

The pretties you displays are only made better by the site of that beautiful dessert...
looks delicious..


Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

What a lovely tea cup and a yummy looking desert!

Bab's Kitchen said...

Terri It looks so yummy! Thank you for stoppin by.

Debby said...

YUM!!!! This looks like a great day to me..

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

oh Terri, love the desserts! delicious! and the teacup just add double delicious during this tea time! thanks for sharing.. and am coming again for the desserts ;-)

have a good week!

Lena said...

I hope you feel much better soon, Terri.

Your teacup collection includes the most exquisite cups. Many that I've never seen before. I love the tradition of afternoon tea. A peaceful interlude.

Your dessert sounds interesting. I recently adopted my little neice's parakeets, and they love millet. They'd sing you a pretty song, if you'd share!

Take care,


KathyB. said...

So beautiful. The dessert does not look like it has millet in it, what is your recipe?

The little tea vignette just made me smile. I hope you're feeling much better now!

Lynn said...

I was also going to ask if this is a gluten free dessert. My daughter is trying out a lot of gluten free foods right now due to IBS, it looks delicious anyway, and I love a cup of chamomile tea :)

Elaine said...

Hi Terry
Your tea looked gorgeous and the dessert really scrumptious and even better if it is healthy too.

I hope your flu is much better. Thank you for the lovely flower tutorial that started me off looking at your blog. Thank you for visiting the one I share with friends so we can craft together despite the distance between us. Isn't it amazing how crafting brings us together from all around the world?

Angela Harris said...

oh my that looks yummy. I will try and search my thrift shops and antique malls but it may take years to find a tea cup that gorgeous!

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