Wednesday, September 2, 2009

A Breakfast Tea




Breakfast Tea .... Anyone?



I don't know about you guys, but I love butter!
And Butter with Honey.... um! um! UM! What better excuse than an
English muffin all toasty and warm......


Oh Dear! Excuse me.... the sweet and savory concoction
is running down the back of my hand....


Make sure you start your day right.... fix yourself a spot of tea and head on over to
Susan's blog Between Naps on the Porch.




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36 comments:

Atelier de Charo said...

The perfect breakfast, lovely plate.
Saludos
Charo

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

ummmmm - Tea and English muffins! Nothing better!

Debbie Moore's Slice of Pie Entertaining & Cookbooks said...

Bring on the honey! Love the tablescape ... love the china.

Sue said...

Nothing is better then a nice cup of tea and an English muffin...being on a diet I was thrilled to find the other day 100 calorie muffins from good old Thomas'.....they are the best...never tried the honey I will have to try that!!

Southerncook said...

Beautiful breakfast tea setting. Loved it and you are so right about butter and honey, YUM. I like your choice of tea as well. One of my favorites.

Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Breakfast tea! Mmmmm! This is pretty and looks delicious!

Harney and Sons Paris tea is one of my favorite teas!

Katherine

Julie said...

Beautiful dishes...
xoxo
Julie

nannykim said...

What a rich looking luxurious setting for a splendidly simple breakfast! Love those plates

my tablescape is at my spindlecottage blog

Bill said...

Sounds delightful!

Thanks for stopping by and leaving the nice comment. Naturally, I love your cup and saucer! It's great that you're enjoying your grandmother's beautiful Lenox china!

Bill

Christi said...

Yum! I would love to have this lovely breakfast. Perfect!

Christi @ A Southern Life
http://asouthernlife.com

marty39 said...

Oh, what an elegant tea. I love the plate and teacup. Both of them are just wonderful. Everything looks fantastic. Hugs, Marty

niartist said...

Yumm! Count me in! :) Beautiful setting. I hope you can stop by and enter your name in the giveaway at Color Outside the Lines. I know you could do some fantastic things with the loot! :) Cheers!

Lisa Shatzer said...

What an elegant table. I love honey butter too, mmmmmm! Especially on warm biscuits or scones,

LillyB said...

Beautiful...2 sugars please!!

Dining Delight said...

Now that is a treat worth waking up to in the morning! Lovely little plate and the glow of a candle not to mention, my fav of breakies...English muffin - yes, with LOTS of butter!

DD

Sandy said...

What a wonderful breakfast. Beautiful dishes, and of course the honey and butter would be perfect also.
Sandy

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Beautiful dishes! Beautiful table setting! I am very hungry for an English muffin now! Enjoy!

KBeau said...

Not much better eating than butter on something warm and toasty. Love your plates.

Deborah said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your tablescape is gorgeous and makes me hungry.

Best Life said...

Ahhhh....butter. That's a lovely table and now I want an english muffin loaded with precious butter. Thanks! LOL!

And thanks for visiting my blog. Lisa~

ceekay said...

So exactly the way I love to start my day...in fact, I will be having the same soon, although, I use jam!

Valerie@travelingthrough2 said...

Very pretty setting, love tea and English muffins!
Valerie

Lisa said...

Your sweet plate is so lovely, it made me forget about the tea and muffin!:)

Sharon Kay said...

I would love to sit at your table and share tea with you, love the china and the table scape. Love it so much I would stay for lunch to. Thanks for the invite. Sharon K

Karen at Nittany Inspirations said...

Your blog is so beautiful. You raise the humble English Muffin to a gourmet experience.

Brenda said...

What a yummy breakfast on pretty feminine plates! By the way, I love those plates you got from Home ala Mode. I've envied those for some time. Might just have to go over there today and shop a bit!
Brenda

Cherrie said...

Looks good! Love your plate.

Sherri said...

Liz, I just found your blog and I love it! I'll be back again!

Chari said...

Hello Liz...

Just read the sweet note that you left for me on my Ode to summer tablescape...thank you so much for coming by and for leaving me such a sweet comment!

My friend, I just love this tea table that you've set!!! It's absolutely gorgeous...I simply adore everything about it!!! Ohhh my...you have some really beautiful pieces of silver...and I just adore that pretty dessert plate that you featured! Do you know the name of the manufacturer and pattern? Gorgeous! Your beautiful table is more than just a tablescape...it makes for a fabulous vignette!!! Such a beautiful photo...it should be in a design publication!!! Thank you so much for sharing it with us today! By the way...those English muffins loaded up with butter and honey sound heavenly!!!

I just spent some time going down through several of your blog posts since this is my first time to visit! You have a delightful blog, my friend! I can see that you are a very creative and talented lady! I do love those new dishes that you got...love the pretty red and white checked borders!!! They made for a beautifully set table!!! Just wanted to let you know that I added your lovely blog to my list of blog follows! So very nice to meet you and I'm looking forward to your upcoming posts and getting to know you better, my friend!!!

Warmest wishes,
Chari

Chari said...

Ooops...just lil' ol' me again! You mentioned in your comment that you have the same flatware...it's made by Oneida. Sure appreciate that information. Was wondering if you know the name of the pattern? I would love to include the info in my future posts! Hehe!

Thanks, Chari

xinex said...

This tea setting is so beautiful, Liz. Love the details of the pattern on your plates....Christine

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Such a pretty plate and tablecloth for your morning tea. Very lovely, Cindy

Lisa said...

Lovely tea!
Hugs, Lisa

{ L } said...

A breakfast tea sounds lovely right now! :)

Jane said...

That's my kind of breakfast...simple, delicious, and easy to clean up! Love the china...it's beautiful.
Jane (Artfully Graced)

Miss Janice said...

Your breakfast tea is very inviting...I love that Harney "Paris" Tea!