The simple pleasures of home shine brighter
when the spirit of God intertwines our hearts
with His gentle Joy.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Lazy Sunday Afternoon.

What's On The Menu? 7

Lazy Sunday afternoon for me On Crooked Creek. "Mr. Ed" is off to a local horseshoe pitching tournament. . . Maurice is cat napping on the lower level. A perfect combination for a pampering tea time.


Fresh Strawberries & Fresh Raspberries
Mixed Berry Yogurt
Strawberry Muffin
Freshly Brewed Raspberry Tea

Morning coffee is black, full bodied, robust brewed ~
                                                 but afternoon is Tea Time On Crooked Creek!

Using my Tea Drop Hot Tea Maker, I begin with a clean tea pot, cold water and 1/8 cup of Lipton's Loose Leaf Tea, divided equally into the basket.

Add 1/8 cup loose leaf Raspberry Tea, divided equally into the basket. Place atop the Lipton Tea.

Apricot Tea, Raspberry Tea and Creme Brulee Coffee.

Finish with 1 teaspoon of sugar to enhance the flavor or the raspberries!

In 3 to 5 minutes, freshly brewed hot Raspberry Tea!

Raspberry Tea served up fresh with a hot from the oven  Strawberry Muffin.

A lazy Sunday afternoon. . .

                                                   On Crooked Creek!

Until next time. . .
On Crooked Creek is joining our gracious hostess, Yvonne StoneGable for On The Menu Monday. Make yourself a cup of tea and join us for all the menu, recipe and tip inspirations!


"Mr. Ed" earned Fourth Place in the local horseshoe pitching tournament. Well done!
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