Books and Cookies

Honestly – is there a better combination in the world than books and cookies? Being the sloth that I am, I’m combining two blog posts in one today: first joining the wonderful monthly Virtual Tea Party as hosted by my dear friend Su from over at Zimmerbitch, and shamelessly taking advantage of you being distractedContinue reading “Books and Cookies”

Virtual Tea Party – Cinnamon Edition

I’m not going to whine about how fast time has gone again, and that I haven’t properly prepared for today’s virtual tea party – because in the end I managed to bake a tray of these delicious cinnamon buns this morning and they have made me completely happy because, well, you know, CINNAMON!!! (By nowContinue reading “Virtual Tea Party – Cinnamon Edition”

Virtual Afternoon Coffee; let’s sit inside ’cause it’s raining ;)

Imagine my surprise when I stumbled upon Su’s post two days ago declaring it’s time again for our monthly virtual tea party – how could it be that we’re already halfway through October? (Let alone more than halfway through this year?) I have absolutely no idea, and even worse – I haven’t baked anything forContinue reading “Virtual Afternoon Coffee; let’s sit inside ’cause it’s raining ;)”

“I say let the world go to hell, I should always have my tea.” – Fjodor Dostojevski

My dear friend Su has come up with the fabulous idea to host a virtual tea party each month, indulging us with her wonderful photos of delicious food, beautiful china and great tea. These days I have to admit that I think quite a lot about food. It’s almost an obsession. As soon as I’mContinue reading ““I say let the world go to hell, I should always have my tea.” – Fjodor Dostojevski”

Virtual Tea Party

    My dear friend Su has come up with the fabulous idea to host a virtual tea party each month, indulging us with her wonderful photos of delicious food, beautiful china and great tea. This time I took deliberate care to make an effort to join her. Today I’m serving you a blueberry cheesecake,Continue reading “Virtual Tea Party”