Afternoon Tea

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The afternoon tea was 'discovered' by Anna Maria, the 7th Duchess of Bedford of Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire in the 18th century. I have always been a firm believer of the afternoon tea – and the magical benefits it bestows on its most ardent followers. Tea… Mmmm… Wonderful tea. Comforting and nice. Great as a pick-me-up.

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A great afternoon tea should include pasta. Forget the cream teas – scones, butter, jam and whatnot. Pasta and tea goes together like Bonnie and Clyde, Donnie and Marie, Kevin and Britney (NOT!)… Ah ha ha. You get the idea.

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Penne with ham, mushrooms and carbonara sauce for tea. Tch. Heaven.

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One Response

  1. very nice pictures!–>

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