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Afternoon Tea: A Timeless Tradition by Muriel Moffat. (Bilberry Town Library: Good for Readers, Good for Libraries)

Afternoon Tea: A Timeless Tradition: Muriel Moffat: A small bit of tea history and tea trivia as served at one of the finer Canadian hotels. 76 pages

Afternoon Tea or Low Tea vs. High Tea: Please do not refer to your afternoon tea as a high tea. Remember, a high tea is served in the late afternoon or early evening (5 PM to 7 PM), taking the place of dinner. Served at a “high” table with seated place settings. The foods are heartier and consist of salads, one or two hot dishes, pot pies, cold chicken, sliced meats, cakes, fruit tarts, custards, and fresh fruits. The tea may be served hot or iced. The addition of any supper dish would be…

Lavender Scones, How To Make Lavender Scones, Scone Recipes, Tea Scone Recipes, Ellen Easton