Jill's blog last week as part of Mosaic Monday. These are Herb Scones. I chose savory with basil, rosemary, oregano, and garlic. As you can see that I baked them on my pizza stone which works really well and since it is very seasoned no danger of them sticking to the surface. The recipe yielded 12 scones cut with scallop cutters.
The rectangular ones are 1.25 inches by 3.25 inches. They may be a bit small for certain things but it would be a great for shortbread. A bit of research would suggest these may be from the 1940's. I had to be patient and wait quite a while to get what I was looking for but these are excellent. I had hoped to get square ones in the same set as the round ones. I will keep looking.
I recently replaced a very heavy rolling pin with a vintage rolling pin which serve me well for many more years.
The Chai Wallahs. A bit of honey and some cream.
I drank it from a large shallow cup in blue glaze make by IKEA. I was thinking it would not be great for drinking but it turned out quite nice. Update: It is a soup mug and not designed for tea. Makes sense.
this post. it was certainly worth the effort. The egg is cooked sunny side up which worked well with the place setting I put on my table.
I had the wonderful herb scones to soak up the wonderful yellow yolk.
Here is the total table setting. I place a navy table runner over a lace table cloth over a white solid table cloth.
Still love my little square yellow dessert dishes and the yellow is repeated in the egg and napkin.
Sharing with the following link parties.
Bernideen's Tea in the Garden
Tuesday Cuppa of Tea hosted by Ruth
Share Your Cup #253 hosted by Jan at Daily Cup with Mrs. Olson