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Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea was introduced by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford (1783-1857), one of Queen Victoria's ladies-in-waiting. In her day, the aristocracy ate a huge breakfast, little lunch, and a very late dinner. Every afternoon, the duchess experienced a "sinking feeling."One afternoon she instructed her servants to serve tea and little cakes in her boudoir. The experience was so delightful that Anna repeated it every afternoon thereafter. Soon others followed the Duchess' lead, and in just a few decades the custom of "taking tea" in the afternoon had become well established.
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 Cucumber Sandwich   Cucumber Sandwich 
Cucumber Sandwiches Cucumbers Thin sliced white bread Whipped cream cheese or unsalted butter softened Salt Peel cucumbers and slice very thin....
 Watercress Sandwich   Watercress Sandwich 
Watercress Sandwiches Butter thin sliced white or rye bread and fill with watercress leaves. Cut into squares, arrange on plate, and garnish with...
 Sandwich Shapes and Types   Sandwich Shapes and Types 
Sandwich Shapes and Types Regular Tea Sandwiches Using 2 thin slices of bread with the crusts removed, cover one slice with filling. Top with...
 Basic Scone for Tea   Basic Scone for Tea 
Basic Scones 2 cups flour 1-tablespoon baking powder 2-tablespoons sugar teaspoon salt 6-tablespoons butter cup buttermilk Lightly beaten egg Mix...
 Lemon Curd Spread   Lemon Curd Spread 
Lemon Curd Spread Grated rind and juice of 3 lemons 2 lg. Or 3 small eggs 4 oz Butter (1 stick) 1 cup Sugar Wash lemons and grate them rind finely....
 Clotted Cream   Clotted Cream 
Clotted Cream 2 cups pasteurized heavy cream Turn the oven to warm. Pour the cream into a shallow pan such as a 9-inch pie plate. Cover with foil,...
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