Afternoon tea 14 October 2012

As the summer days fade and golden shades begin to appear, I did have autumn in mind when putting together this menu.  Among the sandwich fillings, beetroot features in a quite delicious homemade beetroot & walnut hummus.  Then there is something from the apple harvest in my signature apple and fangipane tart.  In addition, there is a ‘comforting’ Yorkshire Tea loaf with obligatory wedges of Wensleydale cheese (one of my guests is an avid cheese lover so this one’s for you N!)

Afternoon Tea
14 October 2012

Egg & cress
Beetroot & walnut hummus
Smoked ham & wholegrain mustard

Chicken ‘sausage’ rolls
Double corn muffins with a hint of chilli

Cakes & scones
Apple frangipane tart
Yorkshire tea loaf & Wensleydale cheese
‘Real’ chocolate cake
Buttermilk scones with jam & clotted cream

Loose leaf Rooibos (South African Herbal Tea)
Loose leaf Tanganda (Zimbabwean black tea)
Loose leaf Ilam (Nepali)
Early grey
English breakfast
Green tea & selection of fruit teas

Caffetière Coffees
Premium roasted ‘Normal’ and Decaffeinated

Suggested donation £13 pp

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3 Responses to Afternoon tea 14 October 2012

  1. You have got me craving Yorkshire tea loaf, what a delicious spread!

  2. Michelle says:

    OMG that looks divine! Next time you’re home in Pmb, we shall expect some of the hummus! Your brother will turn his nose up at it, but I wont! Our weather is so grotty, that tea would be divine! Warm lounge, friends and all that grub!

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